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VIP Report - a Latin America Travel Blog

Welcome to our Latin America Travel Blog. I hope you find Inspiration! We believe that we can offer the best advice and service because we specialize only in Latin America and our team is equipped with the language, cultural, and local knowledge of each destination.

brazil vacation culture
14 Jun

Brazil Vacation Spotlight

The breathtaking country of Brazil is the largest and most geographically diverse destination in all of South America making it an ideal place for holiday on your Brazil vacation. It boasts a huge number of entertaining activities, a very friendly people, an abundance UNESCO World...

galapagos beach vacation
7 Jun

World Ocean’s Day 2017

Last year, in honor of the World Oceans Day, we paid homage to our Top 10 favorite national marine reserves in Latin America around the theme “healthy oceans, healthy planet.” The post, featuring 10 national marine parks taking action to ensure a healthy planet and oceans, as well as...

24 May

International Day for Biological Diversity 2017

Earlier this week, the world celebrated the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDBD). This event, held annually since 1993, was created by the U.N. General Assembly "to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues." Although the day originally was commemorated in late December each year, it was...