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City travel is back and revamped

Updated: Dec 20, 2023

Yes, city travel is back.

Momentarily, we imagined that urban centers would no longer be part of our travel plans. But the truth is they still offer enchantment for many travelers.

With new advancements in technology, urban travel is changing. It is easier to book hotels and restaurants, follow the destination's cultural offerings or move around on public transportation. But urban travelers are also looking to go beyond the traditional tourist program and seek more personal connections, opportunities to live like a local, and transformative and creative cultural experiences. And these are the experiences that we love to encourage!

Small and large, cities are hubs of cultural effervescence and many adventure opportunities. Check out some unique experiences we offer in Latin America's most charming cities and towns.

Cayo caves 7 temples trip

The Cayo Caves & Temples Extension travels inland to the Barton Creek Caves, the Mayan Ruins of Xunantunich and the vibrant town of San Ignacio. Explore the colorful markets of San Ignacio, visit local craft shops and experience the friendly culture of Belize. Journey underground into an underground river of Barton Creek Cave. Visit the Mayan Ruins of Xunantunich and climb to the top of 'El Castillo Temple' - the second tallest building in Belize. Click here to learn more about the trip.

Discovering the hidden Guyanas

Discover the hidden gems of the three Guianas in this one exhilarating itinerary. The capitals of Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana are a melting pot of many faiths and ethnicities set against a backdrop of rich colonial architecture. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage city of Paramaribo in Suriname and the tiny city of Cayenne, capital of French Guiana, located on the Atlantic Coast. In Guyana, stay in Georgetown designed mainly by the Dutch with unique Guyanese-colonial architecture but now one of the continent’s most booming cities. Click here for more details.

Responsible favela tour in Rio de Janeiro

The cosmopolitan city of Rio de Janeiro would not be the same without its urban communities, known as favelas. They became places of cultural production, resistance and innovative projects. In our new Morro da Babilônia and Chapéu Mangueira tour, travelers are invited to visit and learn about the communities through a local guide’s perspective. Besides walking through the alleys and stairs of the favela and interacting with residents, visitors will explore the Babilônia trail with its lush views of Copacabana, Guanabara Bay, Sugarloaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer. Contact us for more information.

Feel like an artist for a day in Buenos Aires

What was once clandestine, today is celebrated in the most popular neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. Streets are today a colorful open sky gallery. Amateur and renowned urban artists display their talent on the city walls. Many of the artistic interventions are spontaneous, but many others reflect the anonymous voices of locals speaking out. Take an open-air workshop, by learning about urban art techniques & street art, guided by a contemporary top-notch street artist. Get immersed in this adventure and leave your mark in BA!

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