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Oct 8, 2013

Southern Patagonia’s Best Lodges and Hotels

This vast, beguilingly wild territory grabbed us long ago and never let go. Chiseled by fjords and capped by jagged mountain spires, Patagonia is a wilderness like no other. A land of serene valleys, massive glaciers, and majestic Andean peaks, Patagonia is blessed with some of the most divine scenery... Read More ›

Sep 4, 2013

Peru Travel Tips Part Two

Peru Travel Tips from the Founder For all of you traveling folks, here are four more Peru travel tips that will surely enhance your cultural experience in the Peruvian Highlands. 1. Play Sapo: Known as Sapo, meaning frog in Spanish, this unique Andean game could be described as a mixture... Read More ›

Jul 10, 2013

Peru Traveling Tips

Peru Traveling Tips to Help Maximize Your Experience If you want to make the most of your trip to the Peruvian Andes, do what the locals do while you’re there. You won’t regret it. So go buy yourself some multi-colored indigenous garb, brush up on your Quechua, and immerse yourself... Read More ›

Jul 9, 2013

Martín Chambi

Deemed the father of indigenous photography in the Andes, Martín Chambi was one of the first indigenous photographers to capture the beauty of the Peruvian highlands through a native lens. Renowned for the profound cultural and historic documentary value of his photographs, Martín Chambi was a prolific portrait photographer in... Read More ›

Feb 18, 2013

Visiting Patagonia for the First Time

Visiting Patagonia I have always been fascinated by frontiers. I’ve spent hours spinning the globe, rubbing my calloused fingertips across the desolate stretches of the earth: Alaska, the Kalahari, Tibet, Siberia, the Sahara, the Australian Outback. Something about these vast, wild expanses of earth captivates me. Yet one place has... Read More ›