Explore the Galapagos through the lens of your camera with famous photographer Jonathan R. Green.
Pirate legends & mysterious wilds. Discover why Columbus named Venezuela "The Land of Grace."
Virtually any tour of South America will bring you in contact with some breathtaking natural wonders. From the arid plains of Patagonia to the lush jungles of the Amazon, the continent is home to some of the most diverse landscapes in the world. Few attractions, however, can compete with the sheer size and power of Iguazu Falls, located along the border between Brazil and Argentina.
Iguazu Falls was formed by volcanic activity around 100 million years ago, and today, the unique formation is among one of the most beautiful, and violent, waterfalls in the world. Iguazu only rises to about 269 feet, but it is 1.7 miles wide and includes an impressive 275 separate drops.
Aside from providing spectacular sights, a trip to Iguazu Falls will bring you face to face with the sometimes violent power of nature. Experts say the average water flow over the falls comes out to be about the same as 100,000 fire hoses operating all at once. Today, you can see breathtaking views of Iguazu from both the Brazilian and Argentine sides, where there are walkways that bring you close to the raging waters.
(San Antonio Valley, Lago Toro, Santiago)
What attracted Theroux, Darwin, Melville and even Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to Patagonia? Come see for yourself.
(Bogota, Cartagena, Santa Marta)
From the violet mist that shrouds the Andean mountains to the lush green of the jungle canopy and the sparkling turquoise of the Caribbean coast, you’ll be seduced by the rich colors of Colombia.
(Bogota, Villa de Leyva, Medellin, Cartagena)
Deep beneath the streets of Zipaquira lies a marvel of engineering and artistic achievement so great that you’ll be left speechless at the ingenuity of the human spirit.
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