Latin America


Argentina is a country of Gauchos, Mate, Asado, Tango, Pampas, and Dulce de leche. The name immediately conjures up the image of big steaks, passionate men and women and long night of eating the best meat of the world and sipping mate, afterwards.  Argentina is safe, friendly and – compared to Europe or North America – very affordable. Now is a great time to visit, so get your spirit in gear and prepare for an unforgettable adventure! The people are awesome, full of kindness, and the weather is mostly pleasant all the year. Many people call this the Bariloche of the Americas. .... more details


From the beautiful turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, to the majestic Maya Mountains and the Pine Ridge, Belize offers an adventure for everyone. Picture-perfect islands, cayes, winding waterfalls, virgin tropical rainforest, and hundreds of limestone caves make for exciting vistas. This country is home to hundreds of ancient Maya Ruins and temples. Zip lining through the rainforests, cave tubing through Caves Branch Underground River System, scuba diving and snorkeling the Belize Barrier Reef, sailing the cayes, or just hiking through the jungle, you will find an unforgettable journey awa.... more details


To whet your appetite for Brazil, we have sample tours for the traveler with a tight schedule. Your Brazil travel starts in Rio de Janeiro, a sophisticated metropolis of cultural riches, divine cuisine and beautiful white sand beaches. You’ll visit the city’s most famous landmarks by day, while spending your evenings living it up Brazilian style. You can also add a visit to the famous Iguassu Falls or experience the Amazon while staying in a jungle lodge or aboard a cruise..... more details


Located in the middle of the Americas, Colombia has a strategic geographical position. This privileged location allows the country to easily connect with the world. Colombia is the second most biodiverse country and the first in birds, orchids and palm trees. Colombia is rich in history with an amazing culture and has a variety of museums, fairs, festivals as well as diverse gastronomy. Colombia has more than 50 challenging golf courses, regarded as the best in Latin America. Bogota, Cartagena, the Coffee Cultural Landscape, Bucaramanga, Medellin, Cali and Barranquilla will surprise.... more details

Costa Rica

The Caribbean region of Costa Rica stands out for its variety of aquatic ecosystems and its beautiful white and black sand beaches, providing an ideal setting for activities such as sport fishing, snorkeling, and sun bathing. The Pacific coast concentrates big tourist centers and its beaches are very popular for surfing, for example Esterillos, Jaco, Hermosa, Boca Barranca. In the Golfito region, near the Marino Ballena National Park, surfing fans can find the famous "long lefthander wave.".... more details


Four regions in one country: though relatively tiny, Ecuador boasts the world treasure of the Galapagos Islands, the warm and sunny Pacific coast, the majestic Andes mountain range, the Amazonian rain forest. Within the dense green vegetation of Ecuadorean Amazon can be found and an abundance of unique flora and fauna, along with an opportunity for unforgettable adventure. Ecuador has plenty to offer just about any type of traveler, from adventure seekers to eco-tourists, history buffs to honeymooners, families to those looking to learn Spanish in a comfortable environment. .... more details


Discover one the most amazing and diverse countries in Latin America, enjoy amazing cuisine and discover arquitectural and colonial wonders. Or relax an enjoy the warmth and beauty  in one of the many world class beaches. ©CPTM/Foto: Ricardo Espinosa-reo .... more details


Experience the best of Panama, visit the Miraflores Locks at the Panama Canal, the Old City and the San Blas Islands. Learn about the culture of the Kuna and Parara Puru Indian communities. Visit the Crater, the Macho Waterfall, the thermal poles and end with an eco-tour of the tropical rainforest. .... more details


Travel to Peru and see a unique country, with geography that ranges from the peaks of the Andes to the arid plains of the Pacific coast and the tropical forests of the Amazon Basin. Peru stands out in South America not only as a country with scenery that grabs you by the lapels, but also as one with rich culture. Many of its native people speak Quechua and have lifestyles marked by tradition. As the most influential city in Peru's Vice-royalty; Lima has well-preserved colonial architecture and some of the finest, South American restaurants. .... more details

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