In simple logistical terms, Latin America is a unique region for tourism, offering visitors a world of options with stable public transport, sturdy roads and ever-growing competition in regional commercial aviation. Take a look at what you could do why before or after you study Spanish in Latin America!

Andes antics: Argentina-Chile-Peru-Ecuador

While you probably won’t want to try covering the whole Andes range on your trip (4,000 miles of mountain is a bit ambitious), some of the countries that hug this mountain range are worth a look. Check out wineries in Argentina, ski resorts in Chile, Machu Picchu in Peru and majestic farmlands of Andean Ecuador.

Cultural experiences: Ecuador-Bolivia-Peru

People hiking during sunset — © LoggaWiggler / Pixabay.
People hiking during sunset — © LoggaWiggler / Pixabay.

Given the region’s rich cultural diversity, it’s a little hard to talk of just one ‘authentic’ experience in Latin America. That said, the Ecuador-Bolivia-Peru combination — a classic itinerary — is a guaranteed insight into traditional cultures, where you’ll discover the typical pride, color and warmth of Latin America!

Beach fun: Colombia-Panama-Costa Rica

Certain images pop up when we think about the chance to learn Spanish in Latin America. And beaches are one of the first! If you’re looking for adventure and something unique, try Colombia’s north coast with Cartagena and San Andres, then Panama’s Bocas del Toro and Costa Rica’s Caribbean or Pacific coast.

East coast tour: Argentina-Uruguay-Brazil

Iguazu water falls in Argentina & Brazil — © Chul-Ho Kim / Pixabay.
Iguazu water falls in Argentina & Brazil — © Chul-Ho Kim / Pixabay.

Another classic travel option to compliment your plans to study Spanish in Latin America is the region’s east coast, with so many options like Colonia and Punta del Este in Uruguay, Buenos Aires and the Iguazu Falls in Argentina, Rio de Janeiro and the entire majestic coastline of Brazil.

Do you know any further tour itineraries off-the beaten path that you shouldn’t miss? Write your insider tips in our comments!

Originally published on Ailola by Jayson McNamara on August 20, 2016.