Animals in Cuba have remained untouched and it’s been naturally preserved. As a result, it has maintained its stunning biodiversity that will add so much more to your next trip to this tropical country!
Thanks to the size of Cuba and the wide variety of habitats that it offers, the plants and animals in Cuba are one of a kind. Because the animals feel safe in their environment, they...Read More
Have you ever wondered where you can find the best coffee in Latin America? Well, some of the best coffee in the world comes from Latin America! Coffee in Latin America is a huge part of the culture and an important export for many Hispanic countries.
Coffee arrived in Latin America in the early 18th century. Today, Latin America produces about 60% of the coffee that people consume...Read More
Julio Cortázar, also known as Julio Denis, was born in 1914 and passed away in 1984. He was an Argentine short-story writer and novelist who combined experimental writing techniques and existential questioning in his work.
Julio Cortázar’s life was fascinating. He was educated in Argentina, where he was a secondary teacher and worked as a translator.
His book Bestiary was...Read More
South and Central American food fuse native ingredients with European, Asian, and African influences. From the southern part of the Andes to northern Mexico, Central and South American cuisine is full of flavors and colors.
Common ingredients in these flavorful dishes are corn, potatoes, cacao, chiles, beans, seafood, beef, chicken, and much more! If you enjoy cooking, it’s fun to make...Read More
Enormous Lake Titicaca is shared between Peru and Bolivia. It’s a spectacular body of water that contains many islands, hundreds of unique species, and plenty of mesmerizing mystery and history.
Lake Titicaca, Peru offers many exciting activities and archaeological sites. The weather at Lake Titicaca is usually cool and fresh because of its high altitude.
Lake Titicaca’s views are...Read More
Other than César Chávez, it’s not common to learn much about another Latin American activist in school. Who is the César Chávez of Puerto Rico? Or the Martin Luther King of Mexico?
The inspiring Latinx you’re about to meet prove what a huge difference you can make no matter where you’re from. Young Latin American activists are getting more and more involved so that Latin America can...Read More
Pablo Neruda was a Chilean Nobel Prize winner, politician, and poet who started writing at the age of 13. He wrote in a variety of styles including historical epics, surrealist poems, prose autobiography, and passionate love poems that made him famous
One of his greatest books was 20 poemas de amor y una canción desesperada (Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair), which he wrote in...Read More
Today’s fun facts about Ecuador showcase this amazing country it is and how much it has to offer.
Ecuador has a rich culture that values nature. Even though it’s a relatively small country, it has amazing landmarks including part of the Andes Mountain Range, coastal sites, diverse cuisine, the Amazon jungle, and much more!
Keep reading to fuel your wanderlust and add Ecuador...Read More
Game-changing Latina athletes have been relentless in reaching their goals. Thanks to them, present and future Latina athletes have an easier path to success.
These famous Latina athletes will inspire you to follow your dreams no matter what they might be. Their excellence and dedication has paved the way for future generations and serve as an example that anything is possible with...Read More
If you enjoy hiking, you must check out El Salvador and its mesmerizing volcanoes. This country has many large peaks, beautiful nature, an ideal tectonic setting, and even a few active volcanoes to hike.
El Salvador is located along a subduction zone on the Pacific Ocean. Molten rock from underwater finds its way to the surface through a line of volcanoes 20 miles (32.18 kilometers)...Read More