Latin America Travel Guide
Today, Latin America is home to
|Latin America Travel Guide Highlights|
Cartagena is a fine colonial city, with a history of piracy and slavery.
Lake Titicaca, Peru,
The world's highest navigable lake is home to reed boats and island communities.
Machu Picchu, Peru
South America's premier archaeological attraction, with the gringo capital of Cuzco close by.
Brazil's party city is a World Heritage Site with colonial architecture and an African soul.
Copper Canyon, Mexico
A rail journey to remember and one dizzily deep canyon.
Bay Islands, Honduras
Dreamy Caribbean islands with fine coral and excellent cheap diving.
Kaieteur Falls, Guyana
Unspoilt and isolated, Kaieteur Falls is where the Potaro rivers dives 228 m off the edge of the jungle.
The Pantanal, Brazil
One of the best places to see wildlife in South America.
The third largest pyramid in the world.
One of Latin America's most appealing colonial towns.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
The world's largest salt lake is surrounded by red and green lakes, flamingos and volcanoes.
Torres del Paine, Chile
These mountains offer hardcore trekking at the very bottom of the Andes.
Lake District, Chile
Beautiful sheets of water are overlooked by forests and volcanoes; perfect for all adventure sports.
Herds of wild horses and llamas are often found beneath the snow-capped volcano of Cotopaxi.
Parque Nacional Corcovado, Costa Rica
One of Central America's best-protected rainforest reserves.
A strange, lost world of table-top mountains, savannahs, and the world's highest waterfall, Angel Falls.
Lake Atitlán and Chichicastenango, Guatemala
The sheer beauty of Lake Atitán is near to Chichi and its top-notch market.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The city of tango is also famed for its fashion, steak, nostalgia and wine.
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