A continent rich in colour and ancient geology and home to some of the world's greatest wonders, means that a luxury holiday to Latin America really does offer everything to all. The exotic rainforests of Costa Rica, the towering granite peaks of the Andes in Chile and the lesser known pristine wetlands of the Pantanal in Brazil, have all influenced the cultures of its people.

Walk the majestic royal Inca highways in Peru, and paddle silently through the tributaries of the Amazon River that observe no boundaries. Holidays to Latin America allow one to immerse in the new world's gastronomy, dance, art and architecture in its buzzing cities. In contrast, gentle pasture lands are tended by the hardy indigenous Indians and lie under the watchful gaze of sometimes simmering volcanoes. Haciendas offer roaring fires and pure alpaca throws to take the chill off the cool air at altitude after a long day's ride.


Destination Expert Charlie Lockwood


Latin America Specialist




Reaching from the Tropic of Capricorn and shaped like a wedge with its tip in the south, Argentina possesses one of the continent's most vibrant capital cities, as well as fascinating terrain ranging from verdant Pampas grasslands to the dramatic peaks and glaciers of Patagonia.  MORE
Fitz Roy Patagonia, Argentina


Straddling the Andes, this quintessentially South American country is landlocked and home to some of the most remarkable scenery in the whole continent. From the comings and goings of the high-altitude La Paz to the remote bleak southern plains of the Altiplano and its remarkable salt flats – Bolivia really is a gem in South America’s crown.  MORE
A street in La Paz with red, blue and yellow painted houses that have balconies and lights overlooking the street. A Bolivian flag is flying from a wooden balcony on the left.


Each region of Brazil offers a unique culture, and landscape. The Southeast cities of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo offer a distinct European flavour, whilst the Northeast's beach-studded coastline has a vibrant Afro-Brazilian culture; and the North is home to the pristine Amazon forest, tropical grasslands and wildlife-rich Pantanal wetlands. MORE
Carnival dancers in Brazil


A slim strip of land clinging to the edge of South America, pinned by the Andes Mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other, Chile meanders through over half the continent. Chile offers a treasure chest of natural wonders from the world's driest desert to vast glacial fields, with volcanoes, geysers, lakes, rolling vineyards, steppes and beaches in between. MORE
Volcano Atacama, Chile


Lost cities and perfectly preserved Spanish colonial gems complement landscapes ranging from glorious Caribbean beaches and Amazon rainforests to glacial valleys and emerald coffee plantations in Colombia. Come here for South America in miniature - it has the tropical forests of Brazil, the ancient intrigue of Peru, a cuisine to rival Argentina and beaches on a par with the best of Mexico.

Mansion in Cartagena

Costa Rica

Costa Rica has rightly gained a reputation for exotic wildlife, tropical landscapes, and an infectious joie de vivre. There are numerous eco-lodges in prime positions for spotting the country's brightly coloured birds, animals and magnificent flora. There is also an abundance of adventure, whether zip-lining through the rainforest canopy or trekking into the jungle. MORE
Emerald hummingbird, Costa Rica

Ecuador & Galapagos

Boasting four regions in one country, Ecuador is home to the evolutionary marvel of the Galapagos Islands, the Pacific coast, the majestic Andes mountain range and the Amazonian rain forest. Only in Ecuador and Galapagos can one climb the world's tallest active volcano, kayak the rapids of the Amazon rainforest and crisscross the Equatorial line on horseback - all in one holiday. MORE
Blue footed Boobies on the Galapagos


The Mayans and the Spanish contributed to Guatemala's distinctive architecture, from the ancient sites of Tikal and Yaxha to the churches and multi-hued plazas of Antigua and Chichicastenango, but it is perhaps the country's natural bounty that is its trump card. The landscapes range from dramatic volcanic peaks to the black beaches of the Pacific coast, with wildlife-rich rainforests in between. MORE
Street in Antigua - Guatemala


Take a hot air balloon ride over the picturesque colonial city of San Miguel de Allende, swim with whale sharks in the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez, sample local delicacies in Mexico City's vibrant San Juan market or simply relax and bask in the sunshine in one of the many hidden coves along the Pacific Coast. Bursting with bright colours and some of the world's best cuisine, we will take you on an unparalleled adventure through this incredible land to show you the very best it has to offer. MORE
Tulum in Mexico


Refreshingly off-the-beaten-track, Nicaragua rewards the few visitors who arrive here with beautiful landscapes punctuated with soaring volcanic peaks, tropical rainforests, brightly-hued colonial towns and beaches to suit surfers as well as those in need of some R&R. Best of all is the warm welcome extended to visitors from coast to coast. MORE
Granada Cathedral Nicaragua


Peru's richly contrasting landscape ranges from its parched coast, high peaks and glaciers of the Andes and desert landscape in the south, stunning beaches in the north and on to the unparalleled diversity of the Amazon Basin. Steeped in history, a myriad of Inca ruins reveals its ancient heritage. MORE
Machu Picchu, Peru


Uruguay, sits proudly between Brazil and Argentina and is one of the easiest countries to explore in South America. Inland you'll find an unhurried pace of life; rolling countryside dotted with welcoming estancias and vineyards. The coastline stretches for miles with wild beaches, dotted with sleepy fishing villages, wildlife reserves and stunning colonial towns. MORE
Casapueblo Punta del Este, Uruguay

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