For adventurous families, there are tons of things to do in Panama with kids! In fact, this Central American nation is one of the fastest-growing international destinations for U.S. travelers.
Panama is a slice of tropical paradise nestled between Costa Rica and Colombia. It boasts jungles, mountains, beaches, over 1,000 islands, a rich indigenous culture, and a bustling capital...Read More
Taking a South America road trip could include up to 12 countries (in 9 of which, the official language is Spanish)!
Throughout its 6.8 million sq mi (17.84 million sq km), you’re going to find amazing deserts, mountains, jungles, cities, and towns. They’re all connected thanks to the Panamerican Highway, which could carry you on a Canada to South America road trip since it starts in...Read More
Comedy has been part of human entertainment since thousands of years ago, and Hispanic comedians are a great way to enjoy this amazing product of human creativity!
With the Greeks, comedy made its way through as a literature medium, but with time it evolved to the “laugh-inducing” content we know today. Comedy is usually lighthearted, but it can also be used as a way to point out...Read More
The Spanish American War in 1898 lasted three months, two weeks, and four days. The war was between Spain and the United States. Spain declared war on the U.S. because it supported Cuba’s wishes to be an independent country.
William McKinley, the US president at the time, wanted to avoid war. However, public and political influence, as well as the sinking of US Navy ships off the coast of...Read More
The best airports in Latin America are stepping stones to countless exotic destinations in Mexico, Central America, and South America.
Like all airports around the globe, airports in Latin America follow COVID-19 protocols and have moderate restrictions as shown on this map. As long as you wear a mask, follow protocols, and travel safely, you’re ready to embark upon an adventure in...Read More
Latin American museums are awesome and full of surprises—many are connected to the pre-Columbian cultures that first inhabited those territories. For example, if you go to Mexico you will find Aztec artifacts, when visiting Guatemala you can find Mayan hieroglyphs, and upon arriving in Peru you can learn about the history of the Inca.
In this article, you will find a list of the coolest...Read More
The 100+ volcanoes in Costa Rica are just some of the many reasons to visit this beautiful country with abundant tropical rainforests and natural wonders.
All volcanoes in Costa Rica are located between two tectonic plates that push against each other. Just imagine the stunning views with the Caribbean Sea to the northeast of the volcanoes!
Only five Costa Rican volcanoes...Read More
Montevideo, Uruguay is a unique South American location filled with hidden gems of history, art, and leisure. Learn more about this incredible city’s culture, climate, and location in this post! Get ready to take a stroll through Montevideo’s most famous exhibits and museums with this list of engaging activities.
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Montevideo, Uruguay: Location, Currency, and...Read More
Roberto Bolaño (1953-2003) was an award-winning Chilean writer, poet, journalist, and critic. Latin American literature experts consider him to be one of the most prominent and influential contemporary Spanish-language authors.
Three of his books rank among the 15 best-published pieces in the last 25 years. Literary experts compare him to authors such as Pablo Neruda and Julio...Read More
Have you ever thought about the Hispanic contributions to medicine and science?
I have to be honest with you: as a Hispanic woman, I have never thought about it! I know some important figures in my country, but I never thought so many important events in medicine were actually led by Hispanics!
After reading about so many Hispanic contributions to the world, I felt inspired,...Read More