Stories relating to "Central & South America"
Pictures of the Cancun underwater museum, Mexico
Chilean and Argentine wines: best grapes, wine producing regions, wine tours, grape varieties
Iguazu Falls: Located on the border between Argentina and Brazil, the powerful presence of the waterfalls are one of the most stunning natural phenomenons in America.
Published by Taschen in two volumes, the beautifully presented '100 Contemporary Houses' shows some of the most stylish private homes from all around the world and gives a glimpse of how modern architects tackle environmental challenges and adapt to local conditions.
You'll find shipwrecks and coral reefs, exotic fishes and who knows what monsters! We take a look at some of the best places to go diving all round the planet.
In March 2012, the Mayan Riviera, one of Mexico's most popular tourist destinations plays host to the prestigious Cancun-Maya Riviera Wine and Food Festival.
The vast Chilean Patagonia is home to a great diversity of landscapes: mountains, fjords, lakes, islands, glaciers... and there are many reasons to think it still deserves the name of 'the end of the world'.
If you're the sort who can't get moving in the morning without a cup of coffee, why not plan a visit to the Colombian Coffee Triangle in the foothills of the Andes and discover just where this magic bean comes from and the traditional techniques that make it the best coffee in the world.