Go Local! Its holiday time soon, so we’ll all be getting ready to feast. Before you start cooking all those veggies for the Christmas table, think about exactly where you source your food from. Did you buy your sprouts from a local farmers market or could you have grown your own potatoes? Or did you take the easy option and cruise down to the nearest giant supermarket where you filled up your trolley without a moment’s thought as to where all the products came from?
With the world's largest rainforest in the Amazon River Basin, the breathtaking sights of the Patagonian plateau, the heights of the Andean plains, or the biodiverse Galapagos Islands, South America has a lot to offer for the eco-tourist seeking great adventures
1. Cristalino Jungle Lodge, Alta Floresta, Matto Grosso, Brazil