From misty rainforests to ancient archeological sites
Rio De Janeiro - Cartagena - Costa Rica - Galapagos Islands - Buenos Aires - And More
Central & South American Destinations
From ancient archeological sites to misty rainforests, the South American region is versatile and boasts a wide array of destinations that appeal to travelers. Meanwhile, Central America offers many exciting an unique destinations from The ruins of Tikal to Machu Picchu and so much more.
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
The Galapagos Islands are best known for their colorful creatures, from seals to penguins and giant tortoises. Animals reign supreme (of the more than 120 islands and isles, only four are inhabited by humans).
Brazil, extending from the Amazon Basin in the north to vineyards and massive Iguanu Falls in the south, is the home of Rio de Janeiro; known for its lively Copacabana and Ipanema beaches as well as its enormous, boisterous Carnaval festival.
Costa Rica is known as a natural wonderland featuring volcanoes, hiking, and lush rainforests. Rest-seekers can immerse themselves in the "Pura Vida" lifestyle while enjoying the beaches at Guanacaste.
Chile's landscape will delight you as the Pacific Ocean descends onto the endless sands and rich vineyards stretch through valleys. For the Opulent saline deserts to the stunning blue glaciers, Chile is filled with things to see. In the bright cities beside generous nature, or within the heart of the scenery itself, there is no doubt that Chile will captivate you.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
You will fall in love with this city's wide boulevards, alluring architecture, fantastic shopping, and Parisian-style cafes. Buenos Aires is teeming with culture; visit its world-class National Museum of Fine Arts, colorful Palermo neighborhood, and bustling Corrientes Avenue, home to theaters, bars, and tango clubs.
Colombia, which is located on the northern tip of South America, has an amazing landscape ranging from rainforests, the Andes mountains, and numerous coffee plantations. Then in the High-altitude capital, Bogot�, the Zona Rosa district is known for its restaurants and shops. Cartagena, on the Caribbean coast, has a walled colonial Old Town, a 16th-century castle, and nearby coral reefs.