MEXICO – an incredibly diverse country. You’ll find modern luxury resorts and untouched natural reserves, gorgeous beaches, fascinating ancient sites, beautiful colonial architecture, colorful festivities and rich cultural traditions. Relax in the tropical getaway Puerto Vallarta, visit Isla (island) Mujeres, explore the Mayan ruins of Tulum, visit Chichen Itza (one of the new 7 wonders of the world), have fun in adventure parks, and so much more.
PANAMA – the nation links both South and North America, and the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, together. Known for its culture, land formations, wildlife, history, and nature. It is quickly becoming one of the leading travel destinations in the western hemisphere. Enjoy some of its great beaches, visit the island chain Bocas del Toro, visit the Panama Canal – a spectacular piece of engineering, explore Panama City which is also a great place to shop, etc. etc.
COSTA RICA – a well developed country in the Americas. A perfect getaway for a spectacular vacation. Its national motto is ‘Pura Vida’ or Pure Life. Comprised of lush forests, wildlife reserves, and tropical beaches—it offers a little something for every traveler. Explore the Cloud forest Biological Reserve and/or the Tortugero National Park, enjoy the beaches and the great water at Costa Rica’s ‘Golden Coast’ Guancaste, enjoy the vibrant city of San Jose, tour the Arenal Volcano (one of the most active volcanoes in the world), etc…….By the way, scenes for the movie Jurassic Park were filmed in Costa Rica.
BRAZIL (its huge) – powdery white-sand beaches, the Amazon rainforest, carnival, the Copacabana, football, Brazilian music & dance, and enchanting colonial towns, host of the FIFA World Cup 2014 and the Olympic Games of 2016. These are just some words that describe Brazil. Enjoy Fernando de Noronha with its pristine beaches, landscapes and wildlife. Visit the city Manaus (getaway to the Amazon), Explore the vibrant Rio de Janeiro, Salvador de Bahia, and Sao Paolo. Enjoy the Iguazu waterfalls (UNESCO world heritage area).…the possibilites are almost endless…
ARGENTINA – beautiful and partly utterly untouched. It is one of the very few places in the world where you can explore extreme landscapes from the comfort of luxurious small hotels and welcoming estancias, combining your hunger for wilderness with a taste for fine food and wine. Argentina is defined by tropical rainforests, immense glaciers, ancient archaeological sites, snow-capped mountain ranges, and stylish cities like Buenos Aires. Take a wine tour in the Mendoza wine region and enjoy Argentinan steaks, go whale watching, explore the Peninsula Valdes (one of South America’s finest wildlife reserves and a UNESCO world heritage site), visit Ushuaia – the most southern town in the world and the gateway to the South Pole, etc., etc.
PERU – is the proud owner of three geographical regions – coast, highlands and jungle. Experience its ancient ruins & culture like Cusco – the centre of the Inca World, take a luxury train ride to Machu Picchu (one of the new 7 world wonders), explore the Amazon rainforest, enjoy their cuisine and beaches, tour the floating islands of Lake Titicaca (the largest lake in South America at 3812m height), visit the Sacred Valley, explore the capital Lima, fly over the mysterious Nazca Lines, take an unforgettable excursion to the Galapagos Islands etc., etc.
CHILE – is considered by many to be the finest nature travel destinations in all of South America. Visti Valparaiso (one of the countries most important seaports), explore the capital Santiago de Chile, tour the National Parks with its glaciers, go horsepack riding in the Andes, do some wine tasting in Chile’s Central Valleys, take an excursion to the Easter Islands in the Pacific…..
BOLIVIA – offers variety when it comes to climate, geography, and culture. It has very few tourists, and is simply an undiscovered jewel. Tour Bolivia‘s tropical region with its most proseperous city Santa Cruz, visit the Coca Museum in La Paz, explore the White City of Sucre (official capital), take an exucrsion in the Sajama National Park with the Sajama Vulcano (6542m), visit Laguna Colorada with ist pink flamingos, taste the Bolivian food and of course the Bolivian wine…..
URUGUAY – is a paradox. South America’s second-smallest country, it looks like Europe and feels like Europe (more than 90% of its residents are of European descent) , it has a very good infrastructure but it has Third-World prices. The capital Montevideo is like an European city with fine restaurants, and international ambiance. Punta del Este is a world-class beach resort. In between you will find colonial cities, miles of pampas, and long stretches of near-empty beaches. Explore Montevideo and Colonia del Sacramento, unwind and swim in Punta del Este, relax in the hot springs near Salto, visit an Estancia (Ranch),……
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