Today's newspaper carries a report that YF vaccination certificates will be checked for foreign travellers at border crossings
This follows a case in the lowland area of northern La Paz. Spanish speakers may be struck, as I was, by the emphasis on a foreign traveller being affected and there being no local cases.
It might be prudent to assume that Bolivian border officials will be more…
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Is it true that Venezuela is one of the least religious countries in Latin America? There are many atheists, agnostics and irreligious in Venezuela? Are there any reliable statistics on religion in Venezuela? Is it true that the Catholic Church overestimates the percentage of Catholics in Venezuela?
P. S. I know it's not the best forum to ask about it, but I don't know where I can ask about it.
I'll be very grateful for your help.
Im landing in Cartagena in a few days and am hoping to rent a car and drive to Santa Marta ( and back).
Anyone have advice on companies convenient to the airport and what I should expect for rates?
Thinking of a 3 day itinerary do Huaraz - Chavin de Huantar, Laguna Churup and Laguna 69 day trek
Anyone away of other day treks to do/day activities in the region
- can one hire good quality hiking boots in Huaraz/for how much? ofc best to bring your own but travelling a long way and only really need in Huaraz so be a bit of a nightmare lugging them around
also be great if anyone can tell me if you can do the same in Chirripo, Costa Rica but if no-one can I'll just post a similar q on the…
I will be in Ecuador for 10 days and would like to try to climb Cotopaxi, and work in some acclimatization hikes that will allow me to see a bit of the country as well. I'm thinking about the below itinerary, which is maybe a bit tight, but would appreciate any thoughts how doable this is:
Day 1: Quito
Day 2: Quito to La Esperanza
Day 3: Imbabura (4609m)
Day 4: Cotacachi (4939m), overnight in Otavalo
Day 5: Otavalo-Quito-Parque Nacional Cotopaxi (likely stay at an hacienda next to the park)
Hi, I am thinking of using the company, Cusco Local Friend, to organise two one day tours out of Cusco of the Sacred Valley. Has anyone had experience of this company? If so, would you recommend the company.