Ryan remembers his trip to the Argentine side of Iguazú Falls, where he had to fight off a raccoon-like animal before he could marvel at the rushing water.
Ryan tells us about the enduring experience of climbing Volcán Villarrica in Chile, where only three of 25 people reached the summit. Was Ryan one of them?
Ryan advises everyone about the four things you need, from Salvador to Fortaleza, essentials such as an electrical adapter and mosquito repellent.
Ryan starts 2015 in Salvador, where he and his new friends went to the beach to watch fireworks then saw some live music later in the night.
Ryan tells us about his favorite Brazilian foods from the norheast region, most of them seafood dishes, with moqueca, acarajé and feijoada among his Top 5.
Ryan highlights the cost of travel in northeast Brazil, including examples of accommodation, transport, food, nightlife and sightseeing activities.
Ryan tell us about the “places I still want to see in Peru,” which include the jungle at Parque Nacional del Manu and the floating islands on Lake Titicaca.
Private tours in Rio de Janiero with Rio Cultural Secrets: walking tours of the historic center, visits to Tijuca Forest, and many other private tours.
A list of the top 10 destinations in Latin America for 2015, including a mix of big cities and small towns set amongst epic landscapes.
In Ryan’s first post for Go Backpacking, he goes hiking in Colca Canyon, Peru’s 13,650-foot deep canyon outside of Arequipa.
Bolivia’s Santa Cruz de la Sierra (aka Santa Cruz) is organized in concentric rings, with the historic center located smack dab in the middle.