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Kids enjoying the Day of the Dead parade

Fast Facts | Mexico's 'Day of the Dead'

Unlike its scary name may suggest, the Day of the Dead is actually a celebration of life, paying respect to, and honouring those that have passed. Customarily observed throughout Latin America, the tradition has grown to all Latino populated regions of the world.
Photo credit: Global Wellness Institute

Travel with Confidence through Embracing Fitness, Food & Life

So, you’ve just booked your next holiday adventure and your travel countdown has begun. We bet you’re already imagining all those incredible sights, the stunning landscapes, ancient ruins and vibrant cities.

Find the Argentinian Icons

Argentina is a land full of icons, can you find some of them in this image of La Boca?

Confidence in Travelling | Health and Safety on Tour

Traveller safety is our highest priority. Bunnik Tours’ has therefore adopted the covid safe travel protocols released by the Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) to ensure a high level of hygiene and safety on our tours. Bunnik Tours has always practiced social distancing through our policy of using full sized coaches for small groups.

The beauty of the Atacama Desert

It has been many years since my last visit to the Atacama Desert and I was happy to see that not much has changed.

Colombia | Overland from Ecuador to Bogota

Colombia had always been on my bucket list and I was lucky enough to be able to travel through this marvellous country with Marion, my mother.

48 hours in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is both the capital and largest city in Argentina, home to a population of more than 9 million people (over double the size of Sydney!).

Warm your heart with Chilean empanadas

These delicious meat-filled pastries will transport you straight to Chile and are the perfect way to warm and inspire your heart for an epic South American adventure!
Pisco Sour by Cathrine Gunasekara

Raise your glass to the pisco sour

Whether you’re visiting Chile or Peru, the pisco sour is a must try drink on your South American holiday.