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Colombia’s Santos to donate Nobel prize money to victims

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, who was awarded the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize last week, has announced that he intends to donate the award money to victims of the conflict with the FARC. The Nobel Peace Prize comes with a reward of 8m Swedish crowns, approximately US$930,000 dollars. Santos won the 2016 prize on Friday for his role in […]


Conde Nast Traveller – Top restaurants around the world

Conde Nast Traveller have produced a shortlist of 207 top restaurants around the world, including some of our own mouth-watering favourites in Latin America and South-East Asia. Bangkok, Thailand: Nahm Buenos Aires, Argentina: La Cabrera Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Cuc Gach Quan La Paz, Bolivia: Gustu Lima, Peru: Central Maldonado, Uruguay: La Huella Mendoza, Argentina: […]


Natural World – Jaguars of Brazil on the BBC

BBC Two’s classic wildlife series tells in-depth stories of incredible animals in some of the world’s most extraordinary places. On 14 Sept they  reported on Jaguars, Brazil’s Super Cats from the Oncafari jaguar project based at the Caiman Ecological Refuge in the Southern Pantanal. The episode is available on the BBCi-player for a limited time: http://bbc.in/2cLsWIY  


Cycling to Paris for laughs and smiles

At Revealed Travel, we strongly believe in providing support and help for social projects in the regions where we work. In Latin America we are working with the travel industry to support social projects throughout the region. These projects are helping providing clean water, dental or medical support and practical training to provide people with new skills in Mexico, […]


The Welsh in Patagonia

150 years ago a group of Welsh pioneers arrived in Patagonia aboard the tea-clipper Mimosa. They numbered fewer than 200 people. Unfortunately, they found that Patagonia was not quite the friendly, fertile land they had been expecting. The BBC’s Huw Edwards fulfils a long-cherished dream to travel to Patagonia. In this programme he tells the […]


BRAZIL DAY – 10th September, Trafalgar Square

BRAZIL DAY 2016 – 10th September, Trafalgar Square (12 – 7pm). To celebrate the Rio Games and the Paralympics (7-18 Sep) there will be a Brazil Day festival in Trafalgar Square. Live Brazilian music, DJs, sport, and much more. Music from bossa nova to powerful samba to reflect the cultural diversity of Brazil. Street-carnival atmosphere in Trafalgar […]


Colombia – Peace Agreement ends 50 years of conflict

The Colombian Government and the FARC announced a peace agreement last night, bringing an end to over half a century of conflict. This is the culmination of four years of patient negotiations known as the Havana Peace Talks between the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the Colombian Government. A national plebiscite will take place on […]


Revealed Travel: Latin America and beyond

Latin America appeals to travellers with a true sense of the spirit of adventure, stretching from Mexico to Cape Horn and  from Easter Island in the Pacific to Saint Helena in the Atlantic and including such diverse places as Cuba,  the Falkland Islands and Antarctica, our Central & South America Revealed team are highly experienced in putting […]


British Birdwatching Fair, Rutland: Come and see us

The British Birdwatching Fair at Rutland Water has come around once again. Do come and talk to us at the Birding in Central America stand, Marquee 2, Stand 78, to discuss birdwatching itineraries in Central and South America, the Falklands, Antarctica and beyond. We’ll be at the show until Sunday, 21st August. Other dates for your diary […]


Balloon flights over the Atacama Desert

We now offer trips in a hot air balloon over the Atacama desert in Northern Chile. There are two levels of service: Classic and Premium. The Classic Service welcomes 16 passengers per flight, divided into compartments of four, and after landing will indulge in a celebratory glass or two of champagne.   Take off with […]


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