Journey to South America

Antarctica

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The end of the earth

Whether you want to camp on the ice, kayak with whales or trace the routes of the great adventurers, there's a way to visit the dazzling wilderness of Antarctica. By Minnie Burlton MORE…

ISSUE 7
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An uncertain future

The condition of marine mammals such as whales is a barometer for the health of our planet, as Angie Butler discovers on a research expedition in Antarctica MORE…

Chile

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Natural splendour

Chile is rich in cultural attractions but it's the dramatic landscapes that really make this long, skinny country unforgettable, says Chris Leadbeater.By the time I reach the top of Santa Lucia hill, MORE…

Galapagos

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Doing it like Darwin

Charles Darwin's Origin of Species, based on his research in the Galapagos, rocked the Victorian scientific and religious establishments. But as Gary Buchanan discovers, the MORE…

Peru

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On top of the world

After a hike along rainforest trails or through cloud-topped Andean peaks, treat tired limbs and aching feet to the natural botanical therapies of a Peruvian spa, suggests Sarah Woods MORE…

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Peru goes gourmet

It's goodbye to guinea pig and hello Michelin stars as Lima stakes its claim as gastronomic capital of South America. By Sarah Gilbert. In Cuzco's 16th-century cathedral, an indigenous artist's MORE…

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Why I love… Cusco

Fine food and glorious architecture are just two reasons to linger in the former capital of the Incas. By Ben Westwood. If Cusco were a person, it would have a split personality. MORE…