The sleepy town was once home to the food brand that began in 1863 and the industrial landscape is now a world heritage site.
Record visitor numbers and pressure from Unesco have prompted the Peruvian government to introduce restrictions at the citadel, including only allowing entry with an official tour guide
Near the resort of Bahía de Caráquez, a community project has restored mangrove forests – and may help save it from one of the strongest ever El Niños
After four years’ travelling from the Caribbean coast to Patagonia, Paula Dear says camping in deserts, in the shadow of the Andes and by tropical beaches – all for under £10 a night – made her trip to South America
More than a meeting place for the Peron party, this kitsch ‘resto bar’ is a shrine to Juan and Evita and serves the general’s favourite comfort food
The creation of the Parque Patagonia conservation area – the brainchild of a billionaire US couple – is a step to creating one of the world’s largest national parks. But what’s the hiking like?
An unprepossessing locality in Asunción hides the Museo del Barro, a fresh and exciting museum of history, politics, culture and tradition