From the Amazon to the Andes
Where in South America would you like to go?
With 430 million residents scattered around 12 countries, South America is a continent defined by its diversity. It’s not only the world’s longest mountain range (the Andes) or one of the world’s most epic deserts (the Atacama) which define the geographical wonders of the continent. It’s the contrast in culture—from dancing salsa in Colombia to eating empanadas in Argentina—that make you realize just how rich this continent really is.
From the streets of Buenos Aires to the glacial vistas of the Andes, Argentina is a visceral experience. Dance Tango in the neoclassical ambiance of the capital city, or sip Malbec in the fertile vineyards of Mendoza. Watch the cascade of the Devil’s Throat waterfall in Iguazu National Park, and go to Ushuaia, the city at the end of the world. Wherever your Argentinian journey takes you, embrace the adventure with the romantic spirit of Los Gauchos, and a steaming cup of mate.
Chile has the best of the urban and the natural in equal measure. Open spaces define South America’s coastal ribbon from the Atacama salt flats to the glacial peaks of Patagonia. Ride horses through the Elqui Valley or kayak through icebergs in Torres del Paine National Park. But walk through the Plaza de Armas in Santiago and see the urban city of Chile at work, a magic which continues to draw poets and artists alike.
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