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How to climb a South American volcano

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The Andes is pocked with snow-capped volcanic cones, offering towering ice spires, sulphurous craters and stunning altiplano views to the aspiring volcano-bagger.
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Beyond the Headlines

The biggest Carnival to date?

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With 2014 marking the first of two very important years for Brazil, BBC Travel went behind the scenes with some of the city’s largest and most popular samba schools.


Patagonia’s ice-carved waterways

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Explore the convoluted coastline of the western fjordlands on a three-day cargo ship journey through some of the world’s most remote land and seascapes.
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Chile, where old and new worlds collide

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From Patagonia’s otherworldly Grey Lake Glacier to colonial charm in Santiago, the South American nation offers a fascinating mix of breathtaking landscapes.


The children of Llullaillaco

The Museum of High Altitude Archaeology is home to Incan artefacts uncovered in the Argentine Andes, including on of the most surprising discoveries – three mummified infants.
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The Quora Column

Seven incredible places you may have never heard of

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As globalisation leaves no stone unturned, we took to Quora.com to find a few secret locales well worth the trip.


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