It’s another Wanderlust Wednesday, and today we’re headed down to Chile’s Patagonia region to visit the beautiful Torres del Paine National Park. This area is great for those who are up for some trekking, as the area is a place where you are definitely going to get some exercise. All your hard work will reward you, however, with some of the most stunning landscapes and views that one can see anywhere.
Rio de Janeiro is one of the world’s iconic cities. We’ve all seen the stunning imagery of the city, the coastline, and the Christ the Redeemer statue. We’ve all heard about the delicious food, the relaxed dress code, and the sun soaked beaches. Still, Rio is one of those places that calls to me, and thus is the focus of this week’s Wanderlust Wednesday.
It’s Wanderlust Wednesday again, and today we’re going to take a trip to the rugged, beautiful landscape that is Patagonia. Located in the area that covers the Southernmost tip of South America, the Patagonia region is an area shared by both Argentina and Chile, with the Andes mountain range as its dividing line.
Machu Picchu is an ancient Incan citadel which is located high in the Peruvian Andes. There are a couple ways to get to Machu Picchu: you can fly into Custo and ride the train to Machu Picchu. You can also hike the Inca Trail.
It’s another Wanderlust Wednesday and today I’m dreaming about Buenos Aires, Argentina. This major cosmopolitan city is a beautiful mix between Latin American excitement and old world European charm. This is a city of the arts, of wine, of stately architecture and a vibrant nightlife.
As the Olympics in Rio are currently going on, it’s only fitting we have a post about Rio. Today’s post is brought to you by guest blogger Janice Cook from tourbytransit.com. She has written about some awesome adventurous activities to enjoy while visiting Rio. Enjoy the post, and check out her site at http://www.tourbytransit.com.