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South America is a place of extremes—from steamy beaches and rainforests to Brazil’s unique Cabo Frio, featuring seawater currents from the South Pole. From the passionate dances in the tango parlors of Buenos Aires, to the quiet, glittering golden churches that line the streets. What unites them all is a great love of beauty, and you... hopefully.

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  • Take the tram to Sugarloaf to admire spectacular views of Rio's Copacabana and Ipanema beaches
  • Sip caipirinhas at a beachside café in Brazil
  • Visit a tango house in Buenos Aires

Places Of Interest

Uruguay

Uruguay

We'd like to say Uruguay is a big country because they know how to do things big. But it's a tiny country. Nevertheless, the beaches here are among the most beautiful in all of South America—and Punta del Este bundles its gorgeous shorelines with discos and chic shopping, It's no wonder this is the hot destination for jet-setting South Americans.
Ilhabela, Brazil

Ilhabela, Brazil

This stunning island has always held itself a little apart from the mainland of Brazil—literally. Once an outpost against foreign navies, pirates and smugglers, it is now primarily a gorgeous state park reserve consisting of pristine beaches and rainforests, set against a spine of lush green mountains spiked with streams and waterfalls. You may meet some ultra-friendly locals—but probably no pirates or smugglers. Darn.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

This energetic city is flanked by 23 beaches that are nearly as lively as its inhabitants, who like to sunbathe, kite surf, play soccer (a.k.a. 'futbol') and engage in just about every sport you can imagine on these lovely strips of sand. Two must-see beaches: Copacabana and Ipanema. For a totally different view, simply look up at the fertile green mountains, including Corcovado, home to the famous Christ the Redeemer statue. In this city that never stops, passion is a way of life—and the feeling is contagious. Who knows, maybe you will fall in love with, say, the person you're married to all over again.
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires has often been called the Paris of the South, because of its abundance of charming cafés and cobblestone streets—and its stylish abundance, period. But this happening metropolis so far south of the equator boasts its own unique and spirited flare, defined by the fiery tango. Would Evita have settled for less? No! (Spanish translation: "no".) Learn more about Argentina's airport entry fee.
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