Latin America bursts at the seams with tourist destinations. Check out some of its most celebrated spots:
In the Peruvian Andes, Machu Picchu was rediscovered in 1911, which is relatively recently in terms of this majestic Incan estate’s overall history. Almost 600-years old, it’s a site not to be missed if you study Spanish in Latin America!
The world’s widest spanning waterfalls are shared between Brazil and Argentina. Whichever angle you visit it from, it’s a unique, enchanting and wet place to cross borders!
Occupying just under half of South America’s land mass, it might seem easy to spot. But the Amazon jungle is still as mysterious and untouched as ever! Discover it today!
It’s pretty simple for us to tell you the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador are an incredible destination if you’re wanting to learn Spanish in Latin America (we’ve got a Spanish school here)! But, believe us, you really can’t skip it!
Pick any country in Latin America to study Spanish and you’ll have about a 50–50 chance of choosing one that’s home to part of the Andes Mountains. While each country’s section is different, the Andes are majestic and luring everywhere you find them!
Originally published on Ailola by Jayson McNamara on October 5, 2015.