Tejo – a heady mix of target practice and gunpowder – is a pre-Columbian game that is more than 450 years old and still played by people of all ages.
In Colombia’s Andean foothills, one of the cities’ hottest bands, Los Coffee Makers, puts on an impromptu roof performance.
A far cry from its origin as a potato-growing centre, Papallacta, Ecuador's highest town, has become famous for its wondrous natural treasures.
Lonely Planet photographer Dominic Bonuccelli heads to Colombia’s Caribbean coast for a tutorial on what makes a good picture.
Famous for cutting through the Cordillera Blanca – the world’s highest tropical mountain range – this lesser-known alternative to the Inca Trail could be crucial to locals’ survival.