The natural beauty of Bolivia is undeniable and one of its most outstanding features is its Andean culture, which is evident in many faces of society since Bolivia is considered the most Andean country in Latin America and, wherever we go, this culture will be present.
The Coast runs from the north to the south of the country and there we can find points of interest, like the capital, Lima; ‘live’ archaeology and beaches with year-round sun in Trujillo and Chiclayo, and the Ballesta Islands or the mysterious Nazca Lines to the South.
Argentina is bursting with tourist attractions and depending on the season you can enjoy different landscapes and live unique sensations.
It's a colourful country full of history, nature and leisure.
The longest and narrowest country in the world offers us limitless natural wonders to enjoy.
The equatorial line crosses it from side to side, forming an original and unique tourist attraction that can only be found in few places of the world.
The largest country in Latin America, with almost continental proportions, is also one of the most geographically and culturally diverse.
Costa Rica is a natural paradise that, with an area of just over 51,000 square kilometres, contains one of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the world.
The country where the Pacific Ocean meets the Atlantic Ocean, has a great offer of tourism for all types of travelers.