In Argentina the Iguazu waterfalls, all two hundred and fifty of them, create a spectacular natural show, and on the Galapagos Islands off Ecuador the eco system is like no other on earth.
The history and culture of South America is equally diverse. This is land of the Tango, the Salsa and the Samba, Brazilian coffee and Chilean wine. Archaeological remains of ancient and mystical Inca towns and temples tower over the surrounding countryside. Colonial villages sport cobble stoned roads and pretentious Spanish Cathedrals, whilst traditional tribes float their grass homes In the middle of Lake Titicaca, birthplace of the Incas.