Adventurist and travel advisor, Kelly Hurst, explores the stunning scenery and natural wonders of the world’s driest desert in northern Chile.
The entire Pariacaca-Yauyos region is a place of rare beauty, made all the more special because few outsiders ever visit.
A cancelled trip to Machu Picchu turns into an adventure to the less-traveled Gocta Waterfalls and Kuelap ruins in the Chachapoyas region of Peru.
Experience the hair-raising thrill of zip-lining through Costa Rica’s jungle.
Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile has rivers, waterfalls, lagoons, massive glaciers, deep blue lakes, and sky-piercing mountain peaks.
Every year, countless travelers dream of a special Peru vacation: hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Securing a spot requires months of advance planning.
You’ve heard of the Grand Canyon? This is more than twice as deep. Colca Canyon plunges to a staggering depth of 4,160 meters (13,650 feet).
The thrilling destination of Baños, Ecuador is nestled in a lush valley along the Pastaza River under the smoky plumes of nearby Tungurahua Volcano.
Huaraz is situated north of Lima in a narrow inter-Andean valley called the Callejón de Huaylas, which is flanked by the highest tropical mountain ranges in the world.
I had the chance to go on the Lares trek, an amazing experience, and words and pictures cannot capture the beauty of the highland mountains and its people.