Number Five: Ushuaia, Argentina. Would you believe this is the world’s southernmost city? Well, believe it. The warmest it gets here is about 50 degrees Fahrenheit, which happens in January.
Number Four: Easter Island, Chile. These picturesque human statues are called Moai, and there are 887 of them on this famous island. There is a lot of speculation about the origin of the Moai, making for a very exciting vacation for kids.
Number Three: Jericoacoara, Brazil. No joke, this place’s nickname is paradise on earth. Dunes can be found all around this pristine beach, which is quite isolated from any other Brazilian city.
Number Two: Island of Capurgana, Colombia. This is the perfect destination for environmentally friendly people – there are no motor vehicles allowed here! This island remained largely undiscovered until the 1970s.
Number One: Torres del Paine, Chile. Those mountains! That sunset! This is a national park and a great destination for people who love to hike.