Two words: puertas cerradas.
Take a look at our photo gallery below to see what makes Iguaçu Falls one of the world’s greatest natural wonders!
BY JERRY ALONZO LEON Argentina’s Trekking Capital Travelers who know about trekking will undoubtedly know about El Chaltén. Located 220km north of El Calafate, El Chaltén was founded on October 12th 1985 by decree of the Argentine government, with the purpose of establishing a human settlement to offset territorial disputes with neighboring Chile. A member […]
BY JERRY ALONZO LEON Los Glaciares National Park (Parque Nacional Los Glaciares) is home to one of Patagonia’s greatest marvels: Glacier Perito Moreno. Located in El Calafate, Argentina, the glacier is considered by many to be the 8th natural wonder of the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981, the park draws nearly one […]
BY JERRY ALONZO LEON Iguaçu Falls in Parque do Iguaçu (DSCN7024) – Jerry Alonzo Leon/Flickr A UNESCO world heritage site since 1984, but a natural wonder since time immemorial, Iguazú Falls (Spanish: Cataratas del Iguazú) is shared by Argentina and Brazil (known as Cataratas do Iguaçu in Portuguese or Iguaçu Falls) at the tri-border of […]
BY TEAM JST Photo: Airbnb Some travelers are all about 5-star luxury. Some are all about mingling at hostels. Some aim for the awesomely quirky. What does that mean, exactly? Just check out 11 fun but off the beaten path Airbnbs we’ve discovered. One night in each hub, you’ll not only experience a different city but rest […]
BY WENDY HUNG Getting in and around Buenos Aires isn’t difficult to figure out, especially if you’re prepared to taxi your way throughout the trip. It’s inexpensive and will get you anywhere. But if you’re on a budget, there are subways and buses that are just as useful. Here’s a quick breakdown: GETTING TO BUENOS AIRES: Flying: […]