Argentina covers an area of 2,263 miles giving the country a huge array of landscapes and attractions from the desert in the north to penguin colonies in south, with plenty to explore in-between.
One of the most remote countries in South America, Bolivia is an ideal destination for those wanting to get off the beaten track and experience the spectacular landscapes and culture that the country has to offer.
Brazil is a destination packed with natural beauty from sparkling beaches, to rocky mountain peaks and abundant wildlife. Its cities including Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are an attraction in themselves offering an array of cultural attractions, modern life and museums.
Chile is a destination that holds something for all types of travellers, from rich culture to dramatic landscapes, jungles to beaches, not to mention vibrant cities.
Costa Rica is home to many spectacular natural wonders from the Arenal Volcano National Park, to the unique cloud forests, colourful Caribbean reefs and impressive canyons.
Situated on the equator, Ecuador is probably the worlds most bio-diverse country, crammed full of wildlife, dramatic scenery, temperature and altitude between the Pacific coast beaches and the sweltering rainforest. Not to mention charming cities, ice-covered volcanoes and the Andes Mountains, their is plenty to explore on a visit.
Best know for its 40 mile shipping canal, Panama has a steeped history dating back thousands of years. With white soft beaches, 15 national parks and 10 wildlife sanctuaries there is plenty to see and do, but where to start?
A visit to Peru offers many possibilities from exploring the ruins of Machu Picchu to navigating the waters of Lake Titicaca, as well as fine beaches, quaint fishing villages and the opportunity to experience a real Amazon adventure.