Latin America: Top 5 Vacation Ideas (Part 2)

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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.

Dmitry Saparov
Dmitry Saparov

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.

Chris Schmid/Chris Schmid
Chris Schmid

Andre Pinto / Flickr: danieldiazvera
Andre Pinto / Flickr: danieldiazvera

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.

fredcardoso / elder
fredcardoso

elder
elder

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.

Rafał Cichawa
Rafał Cichawa

Rafał Cichawa
Rafał Cichawa

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.

Matthew Fleming
Matthew Fleming

yuanli / savenkov
yuanli / savenkov

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