Argentina is such a diverse country that it’s hard to know where to begin! From the sun-baked, high-altitude landscapes of the North to the frozen tip of Southern Patagonia, the country’s vast expanse is packed with one jaw-dropping view after another. Just the word Argentina conjures up images of lone gauchos riding across vast pampas plains, of sultry characters locked in tango’s passionate embrace and of exuberant football fans cheering on Boca or River.
A country the size of a continent, travel to Brazil and you’ll discover a land of diverse cultures and landscapes. With mile upon mile of tropical beaches and the immensity of the Amazon and the Pantanal, Brazil continues to capture the imagination of anyone lucky enough to travel to her breathtaking shores. Thundering waterfalls, diverse wildlife and vibrant cities that pulse to the rhythms of samba and forró, are only the beginning of what the incredible Brazil has to offer.
Twenty times as long as it is wide, Chile is a land of geographical contradictions containing within its borders virtually every type of climate imaginable. This exciting destination is home to the world famous Atacama Desert, the beautiful Torres del Paine National Park, the impressive Patagonian fjords, and of course the mysterious Easter Island.
A new rising star in South America: a country blossoming after a long and difficult period, a country of incredible diversity and charm. Ancient ruins, Caribbean beaches, Amazon jungle; an ever-changing geography framed by the snow-capped peaks of the Andes. A history loaded with mystery set in beautifully preserved colonial towns bustling with people, famous for their vibrancy, witty humor and love for life.
Costa Rica is a diverse land of tropical rainforests, smoking volcanoes and pristine coastline. Its compact size makes it great for exploring by car, giving your travelers the freedom to stop where and when they want to. The country boasts some of the most diverse wildlife on the planet, much of which can be seen up-close in Costa Rica’s many natural reserves. Adventurers will find all sorts of ways to experience Costa Rica’s great outdoors, from horse riding and hiking to white-water rafting and surfing.
Brightly colored textiles, dancing devils, llamas, pink dolphins, coca leaves, Inca ruins, colonial cities, huge snowcapped mountains, long winding rivers, surf filled beaches and of course the food! And that’s not even close to describing this fascinating country. Peru is the third largest country in South America and one of the most geographically diverse. With the Andes running down the middle and the Amazon basin and desert Pacific coastline on either side, Peru boasts an exciting mix of glaciated mountains, steamy jungle and sandy beaches.