Snail hunt? Sure. Unidentifiable street food? Don't mind if we do. Zipwire across a canyon? Bring it on! For Cathy Rogers and her family, six months on a world tour meant a chance to say 'yes' to new experiences
'The health and wellbeing of all our team members is paramount, especially those females in the team of child bearing age'
Americans have been infected with Zika before, but the Hawaii case is believed to be the first involving a baby in the US
Argentinian police have reportedly arrested the man on suspicion of committing incestuous rape
In the worse affected country, Paraguay, around 90,000 people around the capital city of Asuncion have been evacuated
He sold his business stakes, saying that he wanted ‘to stop selling people things they don’t need’
Conservative sentiment threatens to topple left and centre-left governments that came to power at turn of the millennium
The wreck was found off the coast of Catagena and supposedly is full of emeralds and gold and silver coins
While on holiday Jamie Ather hiked the Machu Picchu trail, partied in Rio de Janeiro and visited a sloth sanctuary
Simon Parker learns to enjoy the wind beneath his wing
Paragliding, like most forms of light aircraft flying, relies on consistent high pressure and gentle winds in order to remain safe and enjoyable.
Whether you’re trekking to Machu Picchu or taking in the sun - and football – in Rio, take your pick from these inspirational and useful reads, chosen by Stanfords, the travel information specialists
Moyes after Brazilian midfielder
The FA have confirmed that England will face two South American sides in the build-up to Brazil 2014 in an effort to prepare for the threat that Uruguay will pose
Roy Hodgson is eager for his side to test themselves against Central and South American opposition
Martinez feels it would be very difficult to cope with the start of the domestic season before transferring their attentions to a World Cup in Qatar and then back again