A stage for great adventures
It's easy to see why South America has captivated so many over the years as travellers head off to explore the idyllic beaches, snow-drenched mountains, and steamy rainforests, the lost majesty of Machu Picchu and the riddle of the Nazca Lines across the Peruvian desert.
Like no other place on Earth, South America offers a dazzling array of natural wonders and contrasting landscapes which make the best backdrop for adventure. You can hike past ancient temples laid down by the Incas, contemplate the power of Iguazú Falls, or meander down the Amazon in a dugout canoe.
But for us it's not just about the adventure it's also about the local communities tucked away in these extreme environments who are struggling to keep hold of tradition whilst adapting to the new world. How can they encourage the younger generation to not abandon all they know for the bright lights of city life?