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As a new year approaches, rankings and listicles of all kinds start to pop up around the wild, wonderful World Wide Web. With resolutions to get out, be bold, and see the world topping the plans of many – especially …

Nestled deep in the jungle of Misiones, in Argentina’s northeastern corner – the country’s most biodiverse province – lies an oasis of calm, of unparalleled luxury, a place where the superlative Iguazú Falls are not the centerpiece but more of

Argentina’s Transport Minister, Guillermo Dietrich, received a lot of backlash from a comment three months ago, conveying that “in Iguazú [tourists] go there due to the rise of the dollar”. With the economical vulnerability in Argentina and the IMF …

Flybondi, Argentina’s first low-cost carrier, provides local consumers with an affordable alternative to traditional airlines. However, consumer confidence in Flybondi’s safety suffered a blow Sunday night, when a plane’s tail crashed against the runway during takeoff.

The aircraft, scheduled

I could hear my dish pop and sear as it exited the kitchen. The waiter walked hurriedly across the dining room carrying a hot stone adorned with thick slabs of raw surubi. A cloud of white smoke billowed in his

Last month in the Néstor Kirchner Conference Room at the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, activists and officials waited patiently to hear how the government, with the help of the United Nations and the Economic Commission for Latin America …

A Brazilian fisherman spent two days on a tree in an attempt to escape the heavy storms that caused the Iguazú falls to be closed down this week.

Josias Camilo de Graça was fishing on the Piguiri river when the …