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LARM is dedicated to supporting clients: while planning their relocation, throughout their move, in the process of getting settled-and beyond. One way that we go above and beyond is by providing resources that educate, inform, and empower those who are starting the next chapter of their lives in Latin America or the Caribbean.
These articles offer additional color, insights, and facts about our services and the countries where they are provided-for you to browse, bookmark, and read as you need them, at all stages of your journey.

Destination of the Month: Dunn's River, Jamaica

Dunn's Falls empty into the Caribbean Sea into a white-sand beach that makes for quite a sight.

Traditional Colombian Holiday Recipes

Colombian homes at Christmas and at the end of the year but today, we will talk about a specific one, the ajiaco Santafereño, dish that since the beginning of the colony, won the heart and stomach of all Colombia.

Destination of the Month: Paraguay

Getting to both Trinidad and Tavarangue is pretty easy whether you decide to visit them independently or by public transportation as they are located a short ride away from the city of Encarnación, Paraguay.

A Partner's Role in an International Transfer

Relocation is a great challenge for the partner of the transferred professional, since in this case, they must have an open mind to start this new journey that brings new opportunities and, likewise, may require reinventing oneself.

Política de Calidad - LARM Argentina

Destination of the Month: Campeche, Mexico

Campeche is known for its preserved baroque colonial buildings, military architecture and walled historic district.

Destination of the Month: Montañita, Ecuador

Montañita is known as the cradle of surfing for its good waves, which are used by surfers in the early hours of the morning

Destination of the Month: Ancash, Peru

Ancash: The Mirror between two mountain ranges

Independence Day Celebrations in Ecuador

August 10 is widely celebrated throughout the whole country as a national holiday. It marks the beginning of a new time in history for Ecuadorians. People celebrate this day with fun and enjoyment.

Destination of the Month: Let's Visit Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago consists of two main islands and several smaller islands, forming the two southernmost links in the Caribbean chain with its close proximity to the continent of South America.

SIRE & RUTEC: The Registry for Foreigners in Colombia

The growth of migratory flow in Colombia, influences the increase in provision of services and hiring of foreign personnel by Colombian companies.

Destination of the Month: Boquete, Chiriquí - Panama

Located in the northern highlands of Chiriquí province, Boquete is very well known for its flowers, coffee, and exotic birds.

Brazil heads towards self-sufficiency for the API production for COVID-19 Vaccination in Country

Due to the high demand for the API product worldwide, Brazil is facing delays in the delivery of the product...

Destination of the Month: Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Without a doubt the Galapagos Islands are a great example of the wonders that you can find in Ecuador and that over time have become a great tourist attraction.

The Importance of Personal Data and Confidentiality - by LARM Colombia

The digital age has brought with it great challenges and endless opportunities in all markets. The use of personal data has given the congruence of generating new forms of business that 15 years ago were unthinkable.

Destination of the Month: Marble Caves, Chile

The water forming caverns and formations of different shapes and colors, some of them seem like chapels, this is why they are called “Capillas de Marmol” in Spanish.

Why is it important to take an Orientation Trip?

Time has taught us that an international transfer process is such great event, that we at LARM where possible always recommend to take part of the reconnaissance trip.

Updates LARM Peru

Country Situation Update

Destination of the Month - Rincón, Puerto Rico

Rincón, which means ‘corner’ or ‘niche’ in Spanish, is a small town located on the Northwest coast of Puerto Rico, right where the Atlantic Ocean meets with the Caribbean Sea.

Women's Day - Honduras

January 25th/2021 marked the 66th anniversary of the historic triumph for women in Honduras as the day that women’s political rights were recognized.

Updates on International Flights in Peru

Borders are open for the following destinations: Panamá, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, United States, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Jamaica, Canada.

Ecuadorian Festivities

Ecuador festivals are probably the most colorful and culture filled traditions of south America, the country cultural expressions are very much influenced by Ecuador´s early settlers and their adoption of the Christian faith which is present in the contemporary way of life providing an interesting mixture of celebrations.

Tips for an easy adaptation to Colombian culture

The transfer does not end when the furniture arrive safely to the destination country because this is only the beginning of this journey that only the bravest take, the real challenge is the adaptation that both the transferred professional and his/her family are about to assume.

Academic revival and measures taken by educational institutions

Due to the new normality caused by the consequences of COVID 19, educational institutions had to adapt to be able to continue the school process of their students.


Roatan is a small Caribbean island located near the northern coast of Honduras, is on the edge of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, which is the second largest barrier reef in the world. Needless to say, snorkeling and diving in Roatan are very popular in the island.


Since the move enters from a foreign country it is needed to make an importation process to enter it legally, for this process you will need a notarial certificate giving the moving company the authorization to make all administrative process for import legalization under your name.

Local Holidays and Traditions in Dominican republic

The Carnival is the most traditional and popular festival in the Dominican Republic. It has been produced since the colony, on the eve of Christian Lent, when the inhabitants of Santo Domingo disguised themselves as an imitation of the European carnival.

Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebration and ritual that involves family and friends gathering to pray for and to remember friends and family members who have died.

GDPR Compliance Statement

DESTINATION OF THE MONTH La Paz Centro - Nicaragua

La Paz Centro is home of the Asososca Natural reserve, which is one of the few water reserves in Nicaragua that remains uncontaminated. its main patronal festival is held on September 10th in honor of San Nicolás de Tolentino.

How the VAT works in Colombia

In Colombia, the prevailing rate as a general rule is 19%, which can be parameterized for the purchase of goods and services; However, in some cases this rate may vary from 19% to rates of 5% for the purchase of goods or services depending on the case, and we can even find the rate of 0%, to which we give the name of products or services exempt from Value Added Tax.

DESTINATION OF THE MONTH: The Wine Waterfall - Venezuela

A waterfall of approximately 90 meters high, whose peculiar name is due to the extraordinary red color of the water of the river in which it culminates, whose color has the same tone as that of the well-known drink, which originates from the combination of the roots of the trees that surround it and the ferrous material that its waters give off, is a tourist destination located specifically within the Dinira National Park, in Lara State.

DESTINATION OF THE MONTH: Chapada Dos Veadeiros - Brazil

Located in the central-west region, state of Goiás. Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park is one of the exotic Brazilian ecotourism where you will find incredible breathtaking waterfalls and rock formations.

Food recipes in Chile for Winter time

Chileans have a very traditional custom of eating certain typical food during the winter time.There are foods that people associate with cold weather and usually prepare them on cold or rainy days.

Protocol for the safety delivery of services by LARM Group

Given the current worldwide pandemic for COVID-19 that we are all facing right now, LARM Group has generated the following protocols in order to minimize the risk of infection during the delivery of any of our services, compliance of these protocols are mandatory not only for our staff but for all stakeholders involved.

New rental law in Argentina

New parameters in Argentina for rental of properties from now on. Check what's been changed and what remains in effect.

Learn what's new with the immigration processes in Peru

Peru Immigration Office started working on the development and implementation of a new web platform that would allow carrying out all processes abiding by social distancing and lock down measures.

DESTINATION OF THE MONTH: Thermal Springs - Uruguay

With water temperature that range between 38 and 46ºC, Uruguay has developed an impressive infrastructure of hotels, resorts, camping sites and cabins that allow tourists to enjoy a wide variety of mineral hot water pools and tubs, while enjoying the peace of the natural surroundings with beautiful gardens and natural landscapes.

Learn about the latest developments in the Visa Process in Colombia

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the terms temporarily suspended for the visa process.

Trinidad & Tobago Recipe - Doubles

Doubles are basically a snack-sized sandwich made of two flat breads known as bara and filled with a curried chickpea filling (or channa, as it is known in Trinidad and India). Many of its popular dishes are Indian in origin, as is nearly half the population in Trinidad and Tobago.

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LARM Brazil Extended Lease Negotiation

At LARM Brazil we are offering an extended Lease Negotiation Service during these uncertain times in order to negotiate the rental amounts with the landlord for the period of 60-90 days and try to reduce the rental costs between 20%-30% per month.

LARM COVID-19 update

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update

Coronavirus Update from LARM Group

Destination of the month: Osa Peninsula - Costa Rica

Is one of the most important peninsulas in Costa Rica. Corcovado National park, located at this land, is the biggest protected area of the country and, according to National Geographic “the most intense area biologically in the world, that offers breathtaking, untouched scenery, secluded beaches, and abundant wildlife encompassing lush primary rainforest, a complex system of freshwater and marine resources”

Important documents when you move with pets, By LARM Colombia

Documents That You Should Always Keep Up To Date So You Are Able To Bring Your Pet With You In Your Relocation Process

Mold and Mildew Prevention Tips

Mold and Mildew are a type of fungus that grows and thrives in moisture and can reproduce in tiny spores that travel through the air and can rapidly grow in this environment.

Paraguayan "Soup" Recipe - Sopa Paraguaya

The typical Paraguayan food is the result of the combination of Hispanic culinary techniques and the use of native and other products introduced and acclimatized by the Spaniards, such as vegetables, rice, beef, etc.

Destination of the month: Máncora - Peru

Located in Northern Peru, 1,164 KM from Lima, is known for its turquoise beaches and good waves, making it a surfing destination

Puerto Rico's Recent Earthquake Experience

Since late December 2019, Puerto Rico, has experienced very active seismic activity with a series of more than 150 earthquakes

LARM Colombia's 'Culture is Important for LARM'

We have different ways of seeing life, of facing difficulties and being happy, according to this, we allow ourselves to show other people what we are made of and what is in our hearts

Destination of the month: Semuc Champey - Guatemala

Among its many qualities, Semuc Champey is surrounded by the subtropical forest that houses a vast wildlife population which include over 100 species of birds, 34 mammals and 25 reptiles and amphibians.

Destination of the month: Salta and Jujuy - Argentina

Found in 1582, it’s now the most touristic spot in northwest Argentina, home to gorgeous natural landscapes, including colorful mountains and salt flats, which continually intrigue tourists from other parts of Argentina, as well as from around the world.

Costa Rica's Plan To Achieve Zero Emissions by 2050- the fight against climate change

The environment minister, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez has said “Not only are we going to reduce the footprint, but we are going to bring many benefits with it."

Destination of the month: Caral, Peru

Caral was found more than 5,000 years ago and discovered in 1905, much earlier than the Incas and civilizations like the Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Indian, and Chinese (3000 and 2000 B.C.)

LARM Costa Rica's River Clean Up Campaign

This small contribution will start making the difference, giving a positive example to the younger generations and motivating others to reduce our consumption of pollutant products.

10 Interesting Facts about Uruguay

Did you know the following about Uruguay...

Destination of the Month: Isla del Sol, La Paz - Bolivia

Bolivia offers 13 different types of geography making it one of the countries with the greatest biodiversity in the world.

Destination of the Month: Ita Kua, Paraguay

Ita Kua is located in Itacuribi de la Cordillera, about 84 km from Asunción, capital of Paraguay.

Belize's Independence Day

Independence Day in Belize is a patriotic day where locals wave their flag to celebrate and dance to local music.

Destination of the Month: Isla Iguana

Iguana Island or “Isla Iguana” is a beautiful wildlife refuge considered one of the largest coral reefs in the Gulf of Panama.

Honduran Cuisine - Sopa de Caracol

The food in Honduras is a combination of Indigenous, Spanish, Caribbean and African Cuisine. Coconut milk is used very often, making dishes sweet and salty.

2019 Pan American Games

The event of the year will be hosted in Peru this year.

Ecuadorian shrimp ceviche (Ceviche de camarón)

Shrimp ceviche or ceviche de camaron is one of the most popular Ecuadorian ceviches.

Destination of the Month: Georgetown, Cayman Islands

Georgetown is the capital of the Cayman Islands.

Destination of the Month: Las Terrenas

Las Terrenas offers miles of protected inshore waters and beautiful white-sand beaches lined with palm trees.

New Brazilian Government and Its Impact on the Country

The Brazilian economic scenario remains unstable and dubious after 100 days of new government in power completed in early April. Expectations, uncertainties, actions, controversial alliances, and impressive statements of the President.

Destination of the Month: San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Visit San Miguel de Allende


See Nicaraguan Recipe

Economic Substance Requirement Law and Its Consequences - Cayman Islands

Because of the high demand on rental properties, there has been a significant increase on the already high real estate prices in Cayman Islands.

Destination of the Month: St. Augustine, FL

Since the late 19th Century, its distinct historical character has made Saint Augustine a major tourist attraction.

Factors To Take Into Account At The Time Of Choosing A New Home For Your Family

For this process, LARM offers you a list of aspects that you must take into account when choosing your new home.

Destination of the Month: Vieques, Puerto Rico

Vieques, the biggest of two island-municipalities located 8 miles East of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, is a beautiful island with a lush history and pristine beauty.

Key Aspects of a Successful Relocation

The key to turn your relocation into a positive experience is summarized in two words: Positive Attitude.

Destination of the Month: Hundred Steps Beach, Trinidad

Hundred Steps Beach is located in La Fillete. The reason for the name is that there are 100 steps that wind their way down to the beach. Part of the staircase is missing, however, and you need to climb down a rope tied to the tree

Immigration in Chile

The majority of the migrants come from bordering countries, but in recent years there has been an increase in people from Colombia, Haiti and Venezuela.

Destination of the Month: Otavalo, Ecuador

Otavalo, a land full of landscapes, traditions, friendly people and culture.

Gastronomic Diversity in Colombia

Colombia is a rich country as far as gastronomy is concerned, that is why LARM gives you the 5 best typical dishes of the country, read on.

Vaca Muerta, Neuquen Argentina the boom of the Shale Oil

Two thirds of the investments announced correspond to foreign companies bringing along hundreds of new expatriates and their families to live and work in Neuquen.

Destination of The Month: León, Nicaragua

History, Tradition, Culture and Beauty!

Open Doors towards Celebration in LARM Colombia

As Colombians, we love being part of festivities that we consider the most important, since they create unity, friendship and happiness with people around us.

Destination of the Month: Buzioz, Brazil

Since its discovery, the city has not stopped growing.So prepare yourself: Búzios is a destination that requires much more than a single weekend.

Destination of the Month: Pucon, Chile - The Entry to the Mountains

Pucon is known as the capital of adventurous tourism, it is very popular amongst Chileans and foreigners. It is surrounded by volcanoes, lakes, national parks and water-fall

10 Important Questions to Ask Yourself When Choosing The Best School For Your Children

When starting the school search, parents want to choose the best institution based on their expectations.


LARM Colombia's EcoLARM Initiative

Destination of the Month: Guatapé, Medellín Colombia

Guatapé: A colorful town surrounded by a unique labyrinth lake.

2018 Director's Meeting - Lima, Peru

Summary and Highlights

Destination of the Month: Belize: A Tropical Paradise

Home to one of the world’s most amazing marine attraction: The Great Blue Hole is an enormous sinkhole that is 1000 feet in diameter and over 400 feet deep.

LARM USA Receives ISO 9001:2015 Certification

LARM Group's Corporate Headquarters, LARM USA Inc. has been awarded the ISO 9001:2015 Certification.

Destination of the Month: Department of Amazonas & Province of Chachapoyas, Peru

The Province of Chachapoyas happens to be one of the many amazing places Peru has to offer.

Mobility Magazine's Destination Profile - Brazil " The Diverse and Friendly Giant of South America"

Check out the Destination Profile on the May issue of the Mobility Magazine. LARM Brazil's Operations Manager, Samar Jeradi had the opportunity to collaborate in the development of the article.

Destination of the Month: La Paz Waterfall Gardes, Costa Rica

La Nacion, one of the most important local Newspapers in Costa Rica, catalogued La Paz Waterfalls as one of the seven touristic wonders of the country; therefore, if you travel to Costa Rica, make sure to take some time and visit this beautiful park.

El Salvador's Easter Traditional Dishes

Here are some descriptions of El Salvador's traditional dishes during Holy Week.

New Immigration Resolution in Colombia (6045)

LARM Colombia hosted a breakfast event for their clients, to keep them informed.

Destination of the Month: Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Known as one of the world's most beautiful volcanic lakes; it is located in the Guatemalan western highlands and surrounded by mountains and volcanoes. Lake Atitlán is believed to be the second largest lake Mesoamerica and the most important one in Guatemala.

Argentina's Public Transport - Sustainable Mobility Plan in Buenos Aires

New system on the Public Transport. Sustainable Mobility Plan in Buenos Aires.

CSR Activity - Un Techo Para Nuestro País

LARM Colombia - Corporate Social Responsibility Activity, TECHO -

Destination of the Month - Cabo Polonio, Uruguay

Those visiting will be able to completely disconnect from civilization and will connect with nature. Only a camera will evidence the connection from where one is coming from

Paraguayan Handcrafts

The different indigenous communities produce beautiful artwork. They traditionally use natural fibers, native wood, multicolored seeds and other materials.

Destination of the Month: Vargas, Venezuela

Paradise is not that far... Vargas' Secrets

5 Fun Facts about Jamaica

There is so much to learn about this wonderful island, but these fun facts will make you think about Jamaica in a different way.

HALLACAS: The delicious encounter of here and there

The Venezuelan oral tradition (or non written history) tells that this dish’s name is the result of the words “Allá” (there) and “Acá” (here) put together.

Destination of the Month: Matura Beach, Trinidad

Matura beach is home to the Leatherback Turtles' hatching destination! Be sure to visit during that period for great turtle watching.


On Dec. 8th, 2018, the Labor Ministry published some regulations of some types of visas, but not all, read on for more information.

Meet Tomas Nadorfy of LARM Group in Hollywood, Fl.

Featured in VoyageMIA Online Magazine

Holiday Traditions - Costa Rican Cuisine in December

The traditional Holiday food in Costa Rica is tamales and lots of eggnog. Both of these foods have a profound meaning for every Costa Rican. There is nothing better than eating a pork tamal and drinking a cup of coffee or 'agua dulce', it brings up childhood memories.

Destination of the Month: Bolivia - A rising South American Economy

Check out the Destination Profile on the November issue of the Mobility Magazine. LARM Bolivia's Jorge Pereira had the opportunity to collaborate in the development of the article.


There is a lot of anxiety surrounding this change, mainly between the immigration specialists in Global Mobility business, but the new rules will only be confirmed after November, 21st when the Decree will start being valid in the country.

Uncertainty on New Immigration Resolution (6045) in Colombia

The uncertainty that has been generated has been the outcome of rumors, on how the new rule will be handled, and not the official content of the new resolution.

Guatemala, A Land of Colorful Traditions

The Day of All Saints has become a cultural tradition and such an important holiday to Guatemalans, that it can be said to be the equivalent of Thanksgiving Holiday to Americans.

Workspace as a Second Home - LARM Colombia's Halloween Initiative

Working at the office between 7 to 9 hours a day makes work our second home. Sharing a huge amount of time daily with our partners and co-workers makes them our second family. And as we do with our family, we have to have spaces to strengthen the relationships at work.

Destination of the Month: Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic

According to tradition, Jarabacoa's name comes from the Tainos language meaning "place where water flows". Also known as "The City of Eternal Spring".

Uruguay: "The Calling of the Drums" - Las Llamadas

With a 200-year history, it has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage of humanity. It has spread from being an African American custom to being a national tradition, no matter race, social class or religious creed.

Destination of the Month: The Cayman Islands

It only requires a tiny sense of adventure to uncover Cayman Island's greatest treasures: the hospitality of the people and nature's wonders above and below the sea.

Mother Nature's Disasters: Thoughts on Safety Planning

Earlier this month we had a hurricane, tropical storms, tornado and tsunami alerts and two massive earthquakes impact across our region. And as this article is being written, another hurricane threatening the Caribbean. These natural disasters may only last minutes, but they can cause enormous damage.

Destination of the Month: Iguazu Falls, the Argentine Side

Iguazu Falls is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and in 2011 it became part of the New Seven Wonfers of Nature. It is part of the protected rainforest ecosystem and split into two national parks: Parque Nacional Iguazu (Argentina) and Parque Nacional do Brazil (Brazil).

Honduras Tourism: Bright Future Ahead

Tourism in Honduras has increased drastically over the past decade. In 2006, it was contributing $490.4 million dollars to the Gross Domestic Product and now in 2017, it has almost doubled.

Largest Migration in Colombia's History

Continuation to last month's article: Venezuelan Exodus to Colombia or Colombians Returning?

20th Anniversary Celebration, Miami Florida

It was an honor celebrating our anniversary at the PAMM, a central destination on Miami's cultural map. The LARM Group team had the opportunity to visit and enjoy an after hours private tour of the galleries. Click on the link at the bottom of the article to see all the pictures.

20th Anniversary Local Celebrations - This is how we celebrate!

As part of our 20th Anniversary Initiatives, the LARM Group offices have made sure to celebrate this huge success with their local teams.

Destination of the Month - Mexico City: A rich & diverse blend of influences

Nowadays, Mexico City is a vibrant, world-class luxury metropolis named the number one place to go in 2016 by the New York Times.

Venezuelan Exodus to Colombia or Colombians Returning?

The message we want to share with all Colombians, is to think twice before cloing doors to a Venezuelan, or in general to any foreigner as no one can know what the future holds and when one day you will need a helping hand from your neighbor.

Destination of the Month: La India, Dormida

La India Dormida (The Sleeping Indian Girl) is a mountain, located at El Valle de Anton, two hours from Panama City.

Improving Education in Nicaragua

This new project called Alliance for Education Quality Project has been supported by the Government of Nicaragua and other institutions, because they know the need to strengthen the skills of Nicaraguan students by improving the quality of education.

LARM Colombia Acquires Assets of LARM Ecuador Office

LARM Colombia Announcement

Ecuador's VAT Tax Drops from 14% to 12%

LARM Ecuador Announcement

LARM Costa Rica Social Responsibility Initiative

With the support of our Parent Company, Mudanzas Mundiales, we have started a small donation program: materials for making signs which will be placed in rivers and other protected areas.

LARM Group Corporate Announcement - Strategic Addition & Recent Board Changes

Strategic addition as part of our growth and stability and

Destination of the Month: Paraguay

Green and dense forests, sheer and aggressive hills, impressive falls, lagoons, cascades, rivers, creeks, parks and natural reserves with rich flora and varied fauna, both with exotic species, make of Paraguay a singular tourist destination.

LARM Colombia Obtains Certification HSEQ + 27001

Carrying on with their continuous improvement initiative, LARM Colombia obtains certification from an Integrated Management System, HSEQ + 27001

Ecuadorian Cuisine

Most regions of Ecuador follow the traditional three-course meal of sopa (soup) and segundo (second dish), which includes rice and any kind of protein such as beef, poultry, pork or fish. Then comes the dessert and coffee.

Destination of the Month: Jamaica

"Don't worry, be happy. In every life we have some trouble, but when you worry you make it double. Don't worry, be happy. Don't worry, be happy now."

Terra Da Garoa - São Paulo, Land of Drizzle & Innovation

Why travel almost 10 thousand kilometers from Italy to Japan? If here, just around the corner, you can taste the best Italian pizza and the best sushi? Why cross the ocean from New Orleans to Spain, if in São Paulo, there are great Jazz and Flamenco nightclubs that can both be experienced in a matter of hours?

Peruvian Fish Ceviche

Enjoy this recipe for the perfect Peruvian Ceviche. Best option for the hot summer days coming up.

Destination of the Month: El Salvador

The New Treasure of The Americas

Housing Market in Peru

A look into today's housing market in Peru.

Easter in Colombia

Rosca De Pascua Recipe - Argentina

The traditional Argentine Easter Bread Ring.

20 Years Of Relocating You To Your Dreams

In 2017, we invite you to join us in celebrating 20 years of fulfilling our mission—to help thousands of families and individuals reach their dreams.


"The Happiest Place On Earth" - Tourism is one of the largest subdivisions of the state’s economy. With so many inviting attractions Florida is definitely a hot spot for tourists within the United States. In fact Orlando, Florida is considered one of the world’s most visited tourist states.

Belizean Cuisine

Belizean Cuisine has been influenced, like many other countries in this region, by a mixture of the different cultures that converged in this small paradise.

Colombia: Beginning the New Year with Tax Reform

DESTINATION OF THE MONTH: Coco Blanco, San Blas - Panama

If you snorkel, you will find a great variety of tropical fish. San Blas offers festivals and gatherings at villages that visitors can witness to get a quick look at the culture.

Official Announcement - Tax Reform Colombia 2017

PLEASE READ: Colombian VAT increases from 16% to 19% effective immediately on January 1st. 2017.

Chile - The Wine Route

The Tren Sabores del Valle Wine Tours is a great way to learn more and even taste these wines. On this tour you’ll get an opportunity to travel around to different vineyards in the Colchagua Valley by train accompanied with music and of course wine-tasting.

Destination of the Month: Los Roques, Venezuela

A piece of heaven....In Venezuela

Your Link To: LATAM Holiday Traditions

Latin American holiday traditions vary from country to country and from household to household, but what they all have in common, is a time to reflect and share with loved ones.

Colombia: The South American Jewel

There are several reasons to visit Colombia, and based on what was previously mentioned, Colombia has been recognized as the second out of the ten most desirable places to visit in 2017, so it can most definitely be referred to as "The South American Jewel."


During the summer season from mid-December to late March, this site is buzzing with tourists and full of activities and sport events, both during the day and night.

OHSAS Certification- Mandatory for All Companies in Colombia

LARM Colombia is aware that implementing OHSAS 18001 is full of benefits such as: Identifying hazards on time and putting controls in place to manage them; creating the best possible working conditions; reducing workplace accidents and illnesses to cut related costs and downtime; among others.

Mombacho Volcano Nature Reserve in Nicaragua

Mombacho Volcano is not an extinct volcano is considered dormant.The volcano has a height of 1400 meters above sea level and it is totally covered with vegetation and a rich ecosystem of 50 species of mammals, 174 species of birds, 30 of reptiles and 750 species of flora.

Destination of the Month: The Florida Keys

They are well known for many different reasons, one definitely being the endless summer weather. It is an ideal vacation spot for families looking for that tropical atmosphere and beautiful scenery. Each island is unique and known for what they have to offer:

What is next for Colombia?

Continuation from the previous article: "COLOMBIAN PEACE AGREEMENT REFERENDUM 2016" published on 29/SEP/2016.

Trinidad & Tobago: Culture & Customs

Trinidadian food is quite diverse from around the world marked by their different cultures. Daily dishes can vary from Asian, African, Indian, European and Creole cuisine.

LARM Group Receives Prestigious Cartus 
Masters Cup Award 
at 2016 Global Network Conference

Highest Honor Bestowed by Cartus Global Network Recognizes 
Outstanding Service and Performance

Colombian Peace Agreement Referendum 2016

The international community agrees that the Colombian territory will be more attractive for foreign direct investment due to the improvement of the Colombian taxation to companies in a post-conflict scenario.

Destination of the month: The Galapagos Islands

These enchanted islands are located in the Pacific Ocean, nearly 1,000 km from the mainland. There are fourteen main islands and twenty small islands.

Immigration Firsthand Account: Bureaucratic Troubles I've Faced in Argentina

This shows the difference between wanting to do it on my own versus being guided and helped throughout the process.


Arequipa, the White City is recognized for its historic heritage, natural scenery and cultural sites, as well as its gastronomy. Read on to discover all the details.

Guayabo Archeological Site, Costa Rican Pride

It was certainly an important cultural, political and religious center of our native inhabitants; however there are no specific details and a lot of research has to be done to discover more of its wonders.

Corporate Announcement - New President of the Board

Join us and the Board of LARM Group in wishing the best of luck and welcoming Mr. Snider to his new position.


Huehuetenango is the place to go, located in the western highlands of Guatemala. It is one of the largest departments in the country. Because of its different altitudes that reach up to 4,000 meters, it has diverse climates that range from cold to hot and humid.

The Panama Canal Expansion

The expansion was built to meet the demand on the growth of international trade, increase customer service and maintain competitiveness.

Brazilian Food

Brazilian food is like their people, all are welcome.


In the recent years, this town has become one of the most visited by tourists, all of them attracted by the breathtaking scenery that surrounds this area.

2016 Olympic Games - Rio de Janeiro

As a DSP we are already feeling the impact of the Olympic Games being held in Brazil. It is important to note that for DSP services, ideally Home Finding Trips and other services should not be scheduled during the Games as it will be quite difficult to coordinate a productive service.

LARM Panama June News

DESTINATION OF THE MONTH: Caribbean Coast of Colombia

An unforgettable experience that you will remember for a lifetime. Colombia is a culturally rich country; its gastronomy, music, art and folklore make it a unique place.

Join the Fiesta

Some Traditional Mexican Recipes...


On the night of Saturday, April 16, 2016, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck the coast of Ecuador destroying buildings, homes, highways, hospitals and schools.

LARM Panama April News

LARM Panama March News

Zika Update

In an effort to keep you updated about anything related to the Zika outbreak in Latin America, we provide you with the tools you need to stay informed.

LARM Panama February News

Congratulations LARM Colombia for the certification Eura Quality Seal!

We are pleased to inform you that last December 21, 2015, our office in Colombia was audited and certified by the EuRA Global Quality Seal by the European Relocation Association (EuRA).

LARM Panama December News

ERC - Global Workforce Symposium

One Focus, One World, One Community October 7-9, 2015 - Boston, MA USA

Destination of the Month: Caño Island

Lying in the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean, some 20 km offshore from the Osa Peninsula at Drake Bay, Isla del Caño or Caño Island is an amazing marine biological reserve in Costa Rica. Part of Puntarenas province and just northeast of the Corcovado National Park, Isla del Caño is an island of considerable geographical and archeological importance. Fifteen kilometers from the Port of San Pedrillo

Venezuelan Trends: inflation in 2015?

Vice President for Economic Area and Finance Minister, presented to the National Assembly the budget for 2015 that includes substantial improvements over 2014 budget. Finance Minister considers that the economy will grow 3%, so will the inflation, which in the last twelve months has recorded a jump of 63.4%, to then lose strength, and settle in the range of 25-30%.

Economic situation May 2015, Argentina

BUENOS AIRES—Argentina’s government reported that the economy grew modestly last year, expanding 0.5%, even as many private-sector economists said gross domestic product shrank significantly in 2014.

Panama Canal Expansion Observation Center

The Panama Canal Expansion Observation Center is located in Colon, about an hour from Panama City. Follow the road to Gatun Locks and as you get closer you can see the signs to the new Visitor Center. At the Center you can enjoy the view of the new Panama Canal Locks construction...

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