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LATA’s Insider Guide to Santiago, Chile

In the run up to the launch of the British Airways flights from London Heathrow to Santiago in January 2017, The Latin American Travel Association (LATA) has collated insider tips from the LATA members who specialise in travel to Santiago in Chile. DON’T MISS Santiago de Chile is a historical … View details

Which country in Latin America should you visit first?

Latin America is huge encompassing vast swathes of windswept steppe, dry deserts, towering mountains, the largest rainforest in the world and thousands of miles of coastline. So how do you decide on where to visit first? Well, this depends on your interests and inclinations. Though there will a crossover of interests, we have attempted to … View details

The best galleries and museums to visit in Lima

Lima is all too often overlooked on the tourist circuit. Many visitors favour just a visit to Cuzco, Machu Picchu, the Amazon or Lake Titicaca. Those who take the time to explore the metropolis, will have a chance to see world class art galleries and museums. Here are six of … View details

LATA Trends Report 2016

The Latin American Travel Association, continues to grow and diversify as an organisation with the principal aim of cultivating and growing travel and tourism to Latin America. LATA hold events throughout the year to promote the region, encourage better business relationships and encourage best practice in all aspects of travel … View details

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