Immerse yourself in the romance of Argentina. From its sultry tango, to its rich wine region in Cordoba, to its colorful and historic city streets of Buenos Aires and the snowcapped mountains of Patagonia, Argentina is a gem to be enjoyed. Argentina has been deemed the Paris of South America and with much reason. The Argentine culture is rich in old world European traditions with a mix of South American flare. This is evident in the architecture, the food, and the Argentinian lifestyle. The outgoing personality of its people, who are friendly, fun and vibrant; the typical cuisine which includes asado, mate, and dulce de leche treats; the traditional dances like tango or folklore according to each area; the passion for Soccer, and of course, the personality that each special region knows really makes Argentina must see destination for any type of traveler.

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Bolivia with its cultural wealth, the vastly differing Amazonian and Andean landscapes and the remnants of mysterious ancient civilizations, make it a rich and exciting destination. Bolivia has been coined “The Tibet of the Americas.” In Bolivia the language, the religion, and traditions have been unchanged since centuries, as well as the ecosystems and flora and fauna.

Bolivia is a real fascinating country, is the 5th largest country in South America and is located in the heart of the continent. The constitutional capital of Bolivia is Sucre, but the administrative capital is La Paz. Bolivia has a presidential government and the main spoken language is Spanish. The native languages are Aymara and Quechua. The religion is Catholic, but freedom of worship is guaranteed by law.

Bolivia has multiple natural and man-made tourist attractions. The Andes, which cross Bolivia, are the highest mountain range outside Asia, and the longest exposed mountain range in the world. Bolivia’s seat of government, La Paz, is the highest seat of government city in the world at 3,660 metres (12,010 ft). Lake Titicaca is one of the world’s highest commercially navigable lakes, and home to the Uros, a pre-Incan people who live on artificial floating islands on the lake. The Inca civilization and other pre-Columbian civilizations left ruins that still exist into the 21st century, including the Temple of Kalasasaya. Yungas Road, one of the most dangerous roads in the world, attracts thousands of cyclists and thrill seekers every year. The city of Potosí is a UNESCOWorld Heritage Site and is claimed to be the highest city in the world at 4,090 meters (13,420 ft). The city is also the site of silver mines that produced fabulous wealth for the Spanish Monarchy. The Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat at 4,085 square miles. Madidi National Park contains the upper Amazon River basin and is one of the most biologically diverse regions in the world. Bolivia is a country full of amazing sites to see and is a top destination to visit is South America.

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China, home to more than 5,000 years of culture and history, is a fascinating destination to visit. Forever linked to its ancient civilization, friendly people, and many of the world’s most revered treasures – such as The Great Wall, Terra-Cotta Warriors & Horses and the Yangtze River – China also offers a glimpse of the future. From the spectacular architecture and towering skylines in Shanghai (site of the 2010 World Expo) and Beijing (site of the 2008 Summer Olympics), to a wealth of luxury accommodations and exquisite cuisine, China will amaze you with both its vastness and variety of experiences both old and new. Come and see why China is drawing millions of visitors from all over the world, and why each of them returns home smiling. The time is now to visit China, like never before.

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Colombia is a tropical country of incredible diversity and charm. Its ever-changing geography, a history loaded with mystery and adventure, and its people and cultures all have fascinated the world for centuries.

Although its excellent coffee and the purity of its emeralds have made the country famous, Colombia is also the homeland of the El Dorado legend and the magical universe of Garcia Marquez’s Macondo. Coming to Colombia is discovering a completely new world of diverse landscapes and friendly welcoming people.

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Costa Rica


Costa Rica is a country located in Central America that has unlimited tourist potential and is ranked as one of the most visited international destinations. One of Costa Rica’s main sources of income is tourism. Costa Rica is a democratic and peaceful country, and it has not had an army since the year 1949.

Although the country is small and it covers only 0.03 % of the surface of the globe, it proudly shelters a 5% of the existing biodiversity in the entire world. 25.58 % of the country is composed of conservation and natural protected territory.

Costa Rica is also an attractive country for investment and it offers great potential for the establishment of important multinational companies, thanks to the outstanding academic level of its population, as well as the high standard of modern services and social and political stability.

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A microcosm of sensations and flavors in the center of the world: that is Ecuador. A unique country where they fuse all cultures, peoples and landscapes of Latin America to form the most perfect mix of food, culture, and hospitality.

Ecuador is the place where life has expressed its majesty through a variety of colors, sounds, smells and taste. Here in the center of the world, the people who make this small country, have decided that the way to keep a sustainable paradise is in their hands. The commitment goes beyond trying to reduce waste and conserve the environment.

This small country is located in the northwest of South America, and is crossed by the equator. It is divided into 4 regions: Galapagos, Coast, Andes and Amazon.

It is one of the 17 world’s most diverse countries. You can take a cruise, practice adventure sports or relax at a spa. Maybe visit a museum, enjoy a festival or taste a typical dish on heritage cities and towns. Ecuador is surrounded by mountains and glaciers, jungles and forests, thousands of species of flora and fauna, beaches and sea, and unique islands.

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Kenya is one of the world’s great tourism destinations, known for its remarkable diversity of landscapes, wildlife and cultures. From sweeping savannahs to tropical beaches and coral reef, dense equatorial forests to mighty snowcapped mountains and more, Kenya is a world unto itself.

Kenya is Africa’s original safari destination, attracting explorers, adventurers and travelers for centuries.

Kenya has 42 cultures, countless languages and dialects and one of the most richly diverse social tapestries on earth. Yet we remain a peaceful nation united by a common Kenyan culture, a strong, proud people who warmly welcome the world to our beautiful country.

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Nicaragua is still a diamond in the rough, but it offers many of the same splendors that draw travelers to its neighbor to the south, Costa Rica — lush rainforest, beautiful white-sand beaches, volcanoes, and rich wildlife. Other draws? The great surfing, charming Spanish Colonial towns, enormous lakes, low crime rates, and friendly locals. With the opening of the rustic-luxe Aqua Wellness Resort in 2011 and the uber-luxuriousMukul earlier this year, the country is poised to become the next tourism hot spot.

The country is already popular with the backpacker and adventure travel crowd, just as Costa Rica was before it saw an explosion of resort development.

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The most commonly heard comment from visitors traveling in Honduras is that they are surprised…Honduras wasn’t what they expected; it was far, far more. Honduran tourism is quite diverse–it has a unique culture and archaeological history to explore and it boasts a wide variety of natural attractions within easy access for travelers.

You can visit the ruined Mayan city of Copan, which is a primary tourism attraction in Honduras, and later that same day, enjoy a jungle canopy tour or try your hand at white-water rafting. The next day, head for the coast and enjoy some amazing beaches and diving on the second-largest barrier reef in the world. Honduras is also bordered by Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua, all of which can be easily accessed by Honduras’ road system.

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Guatemala is a tourist destination for eco-travelers or history buffs interested in the country’s Mayan culture. Guatemala is an inexpensive place to visit, with meals, clean hotel rooms and transportation costs being very low. When preparing to travel to Guatemala, health and safety are the largest concerns. Avoid traveling alone, especially in rural areas.

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From exotic jungle to coastal desert via the breathtaking peaks of the Andes, Peru’s staggering variety of places to visit means the potential for adventure is boundless. Whether you want to trek the hallowed Inca Trail, drink pisco sours in a sleepy colonial town, swim with pink dolphins or paddle your way down the Amazon in a dugout canoe – or all of the above – this is a country that’s ripe for exploring. Wherever you go, Peru’s vibrant Andean culture, one of the most exciting in the Americas, will brighten your travels: tucked-away highland towns explode into colour on market day, and local fiestas are celebrated with unbridled enthusiasm.

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