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March 2017’s Sunvil Supper Club – Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding)

Enjoy this traditional Mexican dish this Easter.

Oaxaca, Mexico’s Cultural Heart

Whether you want to explore art, history or the thriving culinary scene, Oaxaca offers a fascinating and easily accessible taste of Mexico.

The folly of crowds

Sunvil’s vision and commitment to deliver the best possible holidays to its customers is primarily due to it being a family-run and independent tour operator with passionate and knowledgeable travel experts and representatives.  We also pride ourselves in sourcing a variety of accommodation to suit the needs and

Birdwatching holidays in Guatemala

Birdwatching holidays in Guatemala at Los Tarrales Reserve on the slopes of Atitlan Volcano, a short drive from the shores of Lake Atitlan.

Small-ship Amazon cruises

A look at unforgettable cruise trips on the Rio Negro and the Amazon aboard the M/V Tucano, a small boat designed for comfortable exploration.

San Ignacio Mini

An insight to the famous San Igancio Mini, one of the 15 Jesuit missions in Argentina. Find the real country.

July 2016’s Sunvil Supper Club – Caldillo de Congrio (Conger Chowder)

Caldillo de Congrio is a Chilean favourite – a simple fisherman’s stew made with red conger eel. It is traditionally served in ceramic or baked clay bowls to maintain its temperature for longer. It was one of the dishes that Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile, served Prince

Stargazing in the Atacama Desert in Chile

Astrotourism is becoming increasingly popular within the vast emptiness of the Atacama Desert in Chile, home to the world's darkest skies.

Esteros del Ibera Wetlands (‘Bright Water’ in the local Guarani language)

Here in the latest Sunvil blog, travel expert Will goes to the Ibera wetlands.

Notes from the field – Brazil, Argentina & Uruguay Trip

Sunvil's latest blog exploring Argentina and Brazil.