Why Not Discover South America


Famous for its steak, tango and football, Argentina is the eighth-largest country in the world full of wildlife, adventure and culture, with an immense terrain ranging from glacial lakes and mountain regions to the fertile plains of Pampas.

When to go: Summer (Dec - Feb)

With its climate, diversity, culture, wildlife and natural wonders, Argentina is much more than the large cattle ranch some may think it to be. It definitely won’t leave you disappointed.


Brazil is the land of samba and the birthplace of carnival. It is also the largest country in South America and fifth largest in the world, where kissing strangers is customary and natural environments are found on an epic scale. Home to a third of the world’s rainforests, Brazil serves as an invaluable habitat for thousands of different species of plants and animals.

When to go: Summer (Jan - Mar)

As the Land of Samba title dictates, rhythm is king in Brazil and there’s no prejudice when it comes to variety. From the jazz tones of choro and the romantic style of bossa nova, to the carnival-styled frevo and the smooth dance style of samba, the music alone is reason enough to visit Brazil and you’re guaranteed to find your feet tapping along at some point during your stay.


Chile is a country of natural beauty and contrast. Lined by the towering peaks of the Andes, it stretches down half of the west coast of South America, boasting the world’s driest desert to the north, a Mediterranean climate in the centre and a Lake District to the south, with Antarctica on the horizon.

When to go: Summer (Dec - Feb)

Worth the short trip north, with its rich cultural legacy and unique architecture, it’s easy to see why the hilly seaport of Valparaiso is nicknamed the ‘Jewel of the Pacific’. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is considered Chile’s cultural capital and boasts a labyrinth of beautiful streets and picturesque alleyways punctuated by numerous ‘elevators’ on the steep hillsides. The naturally occurring amphitheatre-like form and vibrant colour of this charming colonial city will guarantee you remember it for a long time to come.


Within the mountains of Peru lies the hub of the Inca Empire, teamed with Spanish colonial towns and sensational views of the Andes. The nation’s colourful culture is reflected in a tradition of festivals, handicrafts, music and dance.

When to go: Winter (Jun - Aug)

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