Brazil - The North

Northern Brazil is a relatively unexplored area of South America. The majority of travellers tend to be Brazilians themselves, exploring the different states, from the internationally acclaimed Bahia and Amazonas to the tiny Piauí and Tocantins. Brazil is a vast country. From the dry plains of the interior, the Sertão, to the miles of sandy coastline and extravagant wildlife of national parks and the Amazon rainforest, the north is home to unrivalled variety. 

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Brazil - The South

Rio de Janeiro is understandably the main attraction of southern Brazil, built around rainforest, mountains and the ferocious waves of the Atlantic Ocean. However, visitors should certainly not overlook the beaches of Florianópolis, the inner-city greenery of Curitiba or the remarkable wildlife diversity in the Pantanal. The cuisine and charming towns of Minas Gerais or the thundering waterfalls at Iguazu make southern Brazil a place of endless exploration opportunities. 

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Argentina

From snowcapped Andean mountains and endless vineyards in the north to the icy glaciers of Patagonia in the south, Argentina stretches over 2000 miles from top to bottom. Buenos Aires is a buzzing hub of a capital city, with unbeatable food, nightlife and tango dancing. Mendoza’s wine is world renown and sought after by all visitors, as is Argentina’s beef, irresistibly grilled. The noticeable European influences make Argentina an extremely accessible place to visit in comparison to some of the other spots in the continent.

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