Cheap Latin America Travel Archive

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Where Airfares Are Going Down, Not Up

Lower fuel prices and higher capacity are finally bringing down airfares…on some routes at least. If you even halfway watch the financial news now and then, or buy gasoline for a car, you know that the price of oil is way down from a few years ago. Besides this making it cheaper

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Argentina Drops Its Reciprocity Visa Fee

Argentina took another big step forward last month in attracting more American travelers. I’ve complained on multiple occasions about how Argentina was shooting itself in the gaucho-booted foot by charging Americans $160 each to enter the country. Then on March 6 the longtime author of Moon Handbooks for the region published this

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The Cheapest Destinations are Cheaper Still This Year

I talked recently about how this is a great year for Americans to travel abroad because the strong U.S. dollar has made some “premium” destinations less expensive than before. If you really want to get the best bang for your buck though, the places I profiled in The World’s Cheapest Destinations are

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Where Has the U.S. Travel Dollar Gone up the Most?

If you’re looking to travel to a place where you’ll feel twice as rich as you did a few years ago, you might want to head to South Africa, Colombia, or Mexico. Or take advantage of a strong U.S. dollar to hit normally expensive countries like England, Italy, or Japan. I said

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If You’re American, You’re Crazy to Stay Home This Year

If you’re earning U.S. dollars and you don’t have a big vacation or journey or a move abroad in your plans this year, what’s wrong with you? If you’re reading a travel blog I’m assuming you don’t hate traveling. So why else would you not take advantage of this golden opportunity? Your