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Tourists from Brazil are said to be the “most possessive on the planet” according to a worldwide study conducted in 2016.

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Mexico’s Tehuacán-Cuicatlán Valley, a unique site with enormous biological, cultural, and historical significance, was denied the title of being a world heritage site by UNESCO.

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The province of Tungurahua, Ecuador, home to a stratovolcano, draws many tourists, and Ecuador is calling on the older adult population in Tungurahua to help with promoting tourism and preserving culture and traditions.

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The tourism industry of Honduras has been left behind in comparison with neighboring countries.

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The Jesuit Missions of Bolivia are the last remaining missions in South America, having survived the destruction and expulsion of the Jesuits in the eighteenth century.

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Argentina and Chile have been at odds throughout the countries’ collective histories more often than not, but it seems that the mountainous divide may be coming to an end, at least economically.

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The presence of a new system in Cuba provides security for tourists and job opportunities for thousands.

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If you are looking for an exciting and relaxing vacation, a trip to Salta, Argentina is your destination.

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In 2016, medical tourism brought $4.8 billion to the Mexican economy. In 2017, these numbers are expected to grow.

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A colorful parade and a cultural-artistic event put on by the municipal corporation of Ojojona will mark the beginning of celebrations to San Juan Bautista.

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