Explore the Galapagos through the lens of your camera with famous photographer Jonathan R. Green.
Pirate legends & mysterious wilds. Discover why Columbus named Venezuela "The Land of Grace."
While all roads may not lead to Juilaca, the Peruvian city provides connections to a number of top attractions for Peru tours. Encompassing many lovely destinations itself, the city provides more than enough reasons to linger between bus, train, plane or car transfers.
Peru is known for its alpacas, and Juilaca is one of the finest spots in the country to acquire many of the species' fine goods. At the markets found due west of the Plaza Melgar, haggling is encouraged, which can provide visitors with very reasonable prices on some of the warmest sweaters and blankets in the world.
Juilaca is also host to both a raw materials market held every Monday and the daily Galeria de las Calceteras, a handicraft market that is located in the historic Plaza Bolognesi.
Also within the Plaza is the Iglesia la Merced, a beautiful colonial-style church whose central tower remains as pristine as the day it was built. The Iglesia Santa Catalina, also from the colonial era, further enriches the city's architectural nodes and should not be missed.
Best value tour featuring the colonial gem of Cartagena. Includes city tour, mud bath and tropical islands.
(Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls)
Catch your breath as you feel the ghosts of the past in the incredible maze of ancient tunnels buried deep beneath the streets of Buenos Aires.
(Rio de Janeiro, Paraty, Foz do Iguaçu)
As you hike through the steamy Brazilian rainforest, you’ll reach a point where the dense vegetation parts to reveal gushing Tarza’s waterfall and a pristine swimming hole that beckons weary travelers. Right about now you'll be feeling worlds away from home.
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