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Latin America


A huge terrain; Latin America is filled with jungles, wetlands, fascinating cities, sparse deserts and massive glaciers. Extremes of altitude, temperature and topography are not hard to find, and it is true that travellers of any type or inclination can find a setting to impress in Latin America, be it mountain, beach, jungle, wetland, waterfall, desert, city or island; it is a place of heady diversity where lost, ancient and new worlds collide.

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Latin America Wildlife Encounters

Hardly surprising for such a huge destination, there are countless wildlife experiences to enjoy. Perhaps the most famous of these is the huge tract of Amazon rainforest – the largest in the world - that covers multiple countries including Brazil, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. This immensely rich habitat is home to monkeys, sloths, macaws, anaconda, giant otters, piranha and more. The enchanted Galapagos Islands in Ecuador are equally infamous for their own unique ecosystems where endemic species like the Galapagos tortoise and red-footed boobies thrive and can be viewed at unparalleled close range.

There are plenty of thrilling encounters from Andean condors in Peru to Jaguars in the Pantanal, right-back whales in Argentina and colourful toucans in the Costa Rican jungle.

Latin America Safaris

For those who like a long list of activities on their itinerary, Latin America will not disappoint. Here you can hang-glide over iconic Rio de Janeiro, dive or snorkel in warm Caribbean waters, trek the original Inca Trail to the lost world of Machu Picchu, hike active volcanoes, ski Patagonian terrains, float through the ‘Lost World’ in Venezuela and explore steamy rainforests and wetlands, all in one exciting adventure.

With such an array of diverse countries and endless possibilities to design a prefect luxury holiday or honeymoon, we can use our first-hand experiences to perfect a trip for you that will last a lifetime.

The cultural make-up of the region is equally diverse as the flora and fauna, with a fantastic array of people and some of the most interesting festivals in the world. In Brazil, Portuguese and African influence and carnival spirit create a unique identity and love for life, whilst indigenous communities and their costumes of explosive colour abound in other countries such as Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala and Bolivia. Argentina and Chile have a distinctly European feel, whereas Belize is creole and British colonial-inspired, completely contrasting the Spanish feel of Mexico, which hosts the exhilarating Day of the Dead.

Independence is now celebrated annually in the many countries, but the history and culture of yesteryear is still very much evident today.

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Tristan Whitworth

Latin America Team Leader

Tristan Whitworth

Latin America Team Leader

Top Tip when in Quito:

Make sure you treat yourself to dinner at Hasta La Vuelta Senor, a no-frills restaurant in the heart of the city, but a staple of Quito's food scene. Enjoy traditional Ecuadorian cuisine in the stunning archbishop's Palace.