ARGENTINA offers a wide array of geography and climates. Nature-lovers can traverse the Patagonian steppe, climb South America’s highest peak Aconcagua, walk among penguins in Punta Tombo and witness the world’s most amazing waterfalls in Iguazu. Hikers can sample the stunning scenery of the lush Lake District with its lakes, white-tipped mountains & revel in Patagonia’s glacier-carved landscapes and painted Andean deserts. Learn more!
BELIZE offers travelers awe-inspiring landscapes of rugged mountain vistas, majestic volcanoes, towering Mayan pyramids surrounded by wildlife-rich jungles, sparkling azure seas lined with miles of white-sand beaches. Complemented by the enduring charm and rich traditions of impressive colonial cities and tranquil country villages. Adventurous travelers can take part in a variety of activities such as hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, jungle trekking, cave tubing, snorkeling, diving & white water rafting. Learn more!
BOLIVIA is a country where adventure can be found at every step of the way; home to mountains, jungles, deserts and the Amazon. Connect with nature and culture, be part of a magical experience visiting places of extraordinary beauty. Observe, feel and live these surroundings with a high degree of conservation and with diverse ethnical groups. Our highlights: Lake Titicaca, the world’s largest navigable lake; Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest Salt Lake; Madidi, the world’s most bio-diverse rainforest; Tiwanaku, America’s most ancient culture. Learn more!
BRAZIL is a large and heterogeneous country. Its people are a result of a mixture of races and they own a charming and unique culture. Here you will always find sympathetic, receptive and open minded people. The beauties of the country, as expected, delight all kinds of travelers. Its hot spots go from the most beautiful beaches in the world to eco touristic challenges. Learn more!
CHILE is a country of startling contrasts, extreme natural beauty and breath taking landscapes. With multiple possibilities, a diverse geography and many tourist attractions, Chile has much to offer. It’s just a matter of what you want to experience. Travelers can go from the mountains to the sea in a couple of hours, from a salt flat to a glacier. Perfectly beautiful every time. Learn more!
COSTA RICA is known for its inviting tropical climate with 26 National Parks and over 160 protected areas, Costa Rica is considered one of the top biodiversity hotspots on the planet due to the sheer number and variety of flora and fauna. Bordered by Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south, the country is home to a population of 4 million. Almost half the country is covered in forest as it rises dramatically from white sandy beaches on either the Pacific or Caribbean coasts. Learn more!
ECUADOR with its Pacific Coast beaches, whitewater rivers, Amazonian rainforest, Andes highlands, and the Galapagos Islands offers a wealth of opportunity for every adventure travel and ecotourism enthusiast. Located along the Pacific Coast of South America on the equator, bisected by the Andes Mountains, which separate the Amazon rainforest in the east from the coastal region and the Galapagos Islands in the west. Learn more!
FRENCH GUIANA is the smallest of the three Guianas – and by far the least touristed by english-speakers. French Guiana is known to Francophiles and locals as Guyane and yes, this causes no shortage of confusion with similarly-named Guyana a few hundred miles to the west. Nonetheless, French Guiana is a singularly unique place from a political point of view. Its 84,000 km² (32,500 square miles) is a department of France and this territory is legally part of the European Union. President Hollande is the head of state, French is the lingua franca, and transactions are handled in Euros. Espresso and wine are in ample supply. The curious contrast here is how modernity of western civilization butts up against the powerful forces of tropical Amazonia. Learn more!
GUATEMALA offers travelers awe-inspiring landscapes of rugged mountain vistas, majestic volcanoes, towering Mayan pyramids surrounded by wildlife-rich jungles, sparkling azure seas lined with miles of white-sand beaches. Complemented by the enduring charm and rich traditions of impressive colonial cities and tranquil country villages. Adventurous travelers can take part in a variety of activities such as hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, jungle trekking, cave tubing, snorkeling, diving & white water rafting. Learn more!
GUYANA is an emerging gem in the nature and adventure tourism market. Still little known, Guyana’s lush interior, criss-crossed by a myriad of rivers and cascading waterfalls, enveloped by virgin rainforest, revealed in its far-stretching savannahs and teeming with tropical wild life rivals the best nature and adventure destinations anywhere else in the world. Learn more!
HONDURAS offers travelers awe-inspiring landscapes of rugged mountain vistas, majestic volcanoes, towering Mayan pyramids surrounded by wildlife-rich jungles, sparkling azure seas lined with miles of white-sand beaches. Complemented by the enduring charm and rich traditions of impressive colonial cities and tranquil country villages. Adventurous travelers can take part in a variety of activities such as hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, jungle trekking, cave tubing, snorkeling, diving & white water rafting. Learn more!
MEXICO has thousands of miles of Atlantic, Pacific and Caribbean coastline. Snow-capped volcanoes and mountain ranges, vast deserts, immense canyons, jungles and tropical forests are only a few of Mexico’s diverse geographic features and ecosystems. Complimenting these natural wonders are fascinating pre-Columbian ruins, world-renowned cuisine and music, as well as warm and passionate people that bring smiles to even the most jaded traveller. Learn more!
NICARAGUA is known as “The Country of Lakes and Volcanoes” and offers a breathtaking landscape of volcanoes, lakes, mountains and rain forests. Many mountains and volcanoes are suitable for hiking and offer spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. The beaches on the Pacific and Atlantic Coast are unspoiled and travelers can enjoy a swim in the crystal clear waters, learn how to surf or just relax on the beach. Nature lovers will be able to discover and enjoy the country’s great natural resources which have been a well kept secret for a long time. There are 78 national nature reserves which protect a rich portfolio of flora and fauna. Learn more!
PERU boasts attractions from the world famous Inca ruins of Machu Picchu to the tranquil shores of Lake Titicaca, the mega-diverse Amazon rainforest to the snowy peaks of the Andes, the mystical Nazca lines to the deep canyons of Colca and Cotahuasi, the vast sand dunes of Huacachina to the ancient civilisations of Mochica, Sipan and Chimu, charming Spanish colonial villages to the modern culinary delights of metropolitan Lima, Peru is fascinating country full of culture, history and amazing adventure opportunities. Learn more!
SURINAME formerly Dutch Guiana, is located on the Caribbean coast of South America between Guyana and French Guyana. Suriname is covered by large areas of biological diversity, tropical forest with some areas of savanna. Suriname has a small population of about 400,000 people. The official language is Dutch, but many other languages are also spoken. Most Surinamese, about 85%, live in the coastal area, and almost all of them in Paramaribo. The forest is occupied by Amerindians and descendants of African slaves – the Maroons – who live scattered along its major rivers. The northern coastal plain is farmed, mined and logged, and the area along most rivers is heavily used for subsistence agriculture in the interior. Learn more!
URUGUAY is a virtually unexplored destination for traditional tourism. This small and peaceful country offers nature lovers an amazing variety of ecosystems mainly concentrated in the “Bañados Del Este” Biosphere Reserve (UNESCO). A unique place where, within short distances we can find: wetlands, hills, native forest, palm groves, sandy and rocky beaches, rivers, coastal lagoons and savannahs, all filled with an enormous diversity of birds – more than 400 species- and other wildlife like the endangered capybara, pampas deer, sea turtle and franca whale among others, which coexist in harmony with the cattle, sheep and horses that populate the vast pampas. The country occupies the sixth position in the Environmental Sustainability World Index 2002. Learn more!
VENEZUELA is home to a fusion of Africans, Creoles, and Indians comprise two-thirds of the population. The official language is Spanish, with linguistic diversity found in the cities; there are also around 30 ethnic Indian languages surviving in various areas. Venezuela is known for its grace and hospitality and is an extravagant collage of wonders, natural and man-made. Caracas, Venezuela’s capital, sprawls along a long and narrow coastal valley. Business, finance and government dominate and the architecture is an eclectic mix of colonial, classic and avant garde. Learn more!