Cruise the Panama Canal between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and take a journey along one of humankind’s greatest engineering feats. And whether you find yourself at the east or west of Latin America you’ll discover a world of natural wonders and cultural delights.
Cruising down the 77-kilometre Panama Canal, from one great ocean to another, is an experience you’ll never forget.
The fascinating remnants of the once mighty Mayan empire can be found across Central America – you’ll find some of the best in Guatemala at Tikal.
Costa Rica has long been a hotspot for eco-tourism. Its carefully protected forests are filled with easily spottable wildlife such as toucans, monkeys and hummingbirds.
A LITTLE ROMANCE
With its cobbled streets and colourful houses, romantic restaurants and passionate Salsa bars, Colombian Cartagena surely is one of the most picturesque colonial towns on the Caribbean coast.
Rio’s Copacabana Beach is filled with both the bold and the beautiful. Kick off your flip flops and join in with a game of football or beach volleyball.
Mexican food really is delicious. From giant burritos to tasty tacos, refried beans to gorgeous guacamole, your taste buds will be in heaven.
Cape Horn, on the southern tip of Chile, is a wild and windswept place. It is nature at its most raw, and most beautiful.
MEET THE LOCALS
It may still be part of Latin America but the east coast of Costa Rica has a distinctly Caribbean island feel thanks to its Caribbean coast and large Rastafari population.
GET THE PHOTOGRAPH
Made famous by the cliff diving scene in the 1963 Elvis Presley film Fun in Acapulco, La Quebrada still attracts show offs and the fool hardy.
FIND A BEACH
There are some fantastic beaches in Latin America but with a choice of nine bays and year-round sunshine, you’ll find some of the best at Huatulco in Mexico.
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