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A day at Tapati Rapa Nui

Every year, the inhabitants of Easter Island – one of the most secluded islands in the world – come alive with cultural dances, typical dresses and ancient physical competitions.


Beyond the Headlines

Are there too many tourists?

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With the great monumental sites of the world becoming more easily accessible, important cultural and historical sites are being damaged by poorly managed tourism and overcrowding.
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Living In

Living in... São Paulo

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The economic and financial centre of Brazil is also a cultural hotbed that attracts residents from all over the world.
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Lima’s artsy enclave

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Away from the noise of downtown, the southern barrio of Barranco is a favoured hangout of poets, writers, painters and sculptors, inspired by the coastal scenery and lapping waves.
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The Galápagos: Lessons in natural selection

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This archipelago some 1,000km off the coast of Ecuador is a living laboratory where wildlife is a prime illustrator of how only the strongest survive.


Brazil’s threatened slice of paradise

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Despite remaining largely off limits for most of this century, Ilha Grande’s recent tourism explosion means that preservation and sustainability have become more important than ever.
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