Central / South America
Marvel at the ancient history and spectacular views in South and Central America. From the ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru to the stunning and incredible Galapagos in Ecuador, South and Central America provide travelers with adventure or relaxation—it's up to you to decide how you want to spend your Latin American vacation! In Brazil, you can travel from breathtaking beaches to the rainforest to large metropolitan cities. In Colombia you might learn how to dance the cumbia in Bogotá or spend time perusing art galleries in Medellín. Central America has so much to offer—from Mayan ruins to some of the best scuba diving spots on the planet... not to mention one of the region's most popular tourist destinations: Costa Rica!
Both Central and South America are equally exciting destinations by land or by sea, so call us to help you plan the perfect trip, whether you want to take a cruise, join a tour group or go independently to explore!
Cities & Ports in Central / South America
Check out things to do in some of the top destinations in the Central and South America...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
This lively capital city has architecture reminiscent of Europe, and in fact, is often referred to as the "Paris of South America." European-style architecture aside, Buenos Aires has its own distinct culture—with cafe-lined streets, bustling art galleries and fabulous cuisine! While in Buenos Aires, be sure to visit the Malba, which contains many works of art by Frida Kahlo, and don't forget to catch a tango performance! Buenos Aires is also a good stopping point before heading to Mendoza, the wine country.
Punta del Este, Uruguay
Enjoy this world-famous beach destination with either a scenic driving tour or a bicycle tour. Take either tour and you'll agree: few places can boast
the beauty—natural and man-made—that Punta del Este offers. You will see the
famous monument known as “The Hand,” in addition to well-kept gardens and
stunning views! You might even be lucky enough to see sea lions basking in the
Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras
Roatan boasts the world's second-largest coral reef system, which makes it a popular place for divers and snorkelers from all over the world. Traffic lights do not exist in Roatan and you can hail down a taxi on the water to take you to any of the famous beach-front restaurants and bars. The white sandy beaches will ensure you will never want to leave this tropical paradise!