South America

South America is a true record-breaker, boasting the Amazon, the largest rainforest in the world; the Angel Falls, the highest waterfall; and the driest place on Earth, the Atacama Desert. The continent’s rivers and lush rainforests support a diverse range of plant, bird, amphibian and mammal species. The culture of Latin America, whilst unique, is strongly influenced by the Portuguese and Spanish.

South America is rich in music and dance, notably tango and salsa, best experienced at the plentiful carnivals on offer here. For mouth-watering steak and the best polo matches in the world, head to Argentina. For golden beaches, try Brazil. For amazing wine and spectacular glaciers, go to Chile. And these suggestions are just the tip of the iceberg.

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Argentina

Argentina

Argentina is huge, and runs from the tropics to Tierra del Fuego and from the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean. A richly rewarding diversity of experiences is on offer, from epic Patagonian landscapes to polo, tango and football in Buenos Aires, from thundering jungle waterfalls and incredible wildlife spectacles to salt pans, Inca villages and gorgeous wine estancias in the shadow of the high Andes.

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Brazil

Brazil

Brazil, South America's largest country, is home to stunning beaches, vast stretches of lush Amazon rainforest, the wildlife-rich Pantanal wetlands, the mighty Iguassu falls and the vibrant cities of Rio de Janeiro and Salvador that explode with colour during carnival season. These are just a few of the reasons why Brazil is one of the coolest places to go on the planet.

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Peru

Peru

Peru is one of South America's most enthralling destinations with a thriving culture and spellbinding scenery. Discover the ancient Inca masterpiece of Machu Picchu, explore Cuzco's treasures and the Sacred Valley, wonder at immense Lake Titicaca, fly over the Nazca Lines in the desert or float down an Amazonian tributary while macaws screech overhead. Peru has myriad adventures that await.

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Chile

Chile

Chile is a land of startling contrasts and stunning natural scenery, with opportunities for memorable adventures and sophisticated luxury. From the majestic Andean landscapes of Patagonia to the lush wine lands of the Central Valley and the Atacama Desert in the north, as well as the mysterious stone statues of Easter Island, Chile offers a marvellously varied range of holiday experiences.

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Colombia

Colombia

In Colombia it’s hard not to be seduced by the breathtaking landscapes, the beautiful colonial architecture, and the creativity and warmth of the people. Colombia is one of the most undiscovered countries in Latin America, with a wealth of attractions from the vibrant, culture-rich cities of Cartagena and its capital Bogota to beautiful coffee estates ideal for some gentle exploration.

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Ecuador

Ecuador

Ecuador, straddling the equator on South America's Pacific coast, is a land of impressive volcanoes, picturesque colonial towns, colourful markets, and lush Amazonian rainforest. A cruise or land-based stay in the Galapagos Islands is the highlight of any visit, and offers a unique opportunity to come face to face with an astonishing array of friendly endemic wildlife.

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Uruguay

Uruguay

Uruguay, located across the River Plate from Argentina, is a relatively undiscovered country with a rich colonial heritage, authentic estancia hospitality and, on its Atlantic coast, superb wild beaches and some very special accommodation options. Its gently pastoral scenery, strong traditions and delicious cuisine make Uruguay a wonderfully rewarding place to visit.

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Venezuela

Venezuela

Venezuela, on South America's Caribbean coast, is home to scenery on an epic scale. In the north are the white sand beaches of Los Roques, colonial Andean towns and the wildlife-rich Llanos, while the south is home to the world-famous Angel Falls, mysterious flat-topped tepuis that loom over the savannahs, and undisturbed rainforests where indigenous tribes still practice ancient ways of life.

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Bolivia

Bolivia

Landlocked in the heart of South America, Bolivia has the world’s highest navigable lake, Lake Titicaca, and its highest capital city, La Paz, in which the rich indigenous heritage soon becomes apparent. Bolivia, with its lowland Amazonian rainforests and Andean landscapes, colonial towns, Jesuit missions, and the famous Salar de Uyuni and desert southwest, is a land of rugged natural beauty.

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