Cafe at night in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Where do we start? Malbecs in Mendoza, snow capped Andes, blue waters of Lake Country, whales and penguins in Punto Tombo, booming Buenos Aireas, and rico steaks everywhere...and after three days of hard driving the windswept coast of Patagonia, you'll finally reach the southern end of the Pan-American highway in Ushuaia, Argentina.
Landlocked Bolivia has its own claim to watery fame: the highest lake in the world, Lake Titicaca. It also boasts amazing Inca and pre-Incan culture, some of the most colorful clothes in South America, and who doesn' love the bowler hats?
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Not to be outdone by its Eastern neighbor, Chile has elevated the enjoyable pastime of drinking wine and eating juicy steaks to a new level of art. Soaring Andes, glaciers, rocky coasts and surfing, Chile is not to be missed.
Get over Colombia's dark past of drugs and crime, this is the next huge tourist destination. Visit its amazing Colonial towns, coffee country, lush Caribbean coast and modern cities before the crowds arrive.
Are you brave enough to sample some of Ecuador's finest cuy? Get off the beaten track on the Quilotoa Loop, party on the Pacific coast, and try to catch your breath in the dizzying heights of its capital Quito.
Known for its amazing Inca heritage in the Sacred Valley, all of Peru has tons to offer. Head to Northern Peru for world class mountaineering and pre-Inca culture, Colca Canyon for unspoiled nature, and the colonial culture of Arequipa.
Known for the pumping beach scene in Punta del Este and beautiful colonial city of Colonia del Sacramento, don't miss the gaucho heart and soul of Uruguay.