Destinations

Brazil

Brazil is dominated by the Amazon basin and its swathe of rainforest. However numerous national parks contain varied habitats ranging from coastal forest, savannah and mountain to the world’s largest wetland – the Pantanal – that house the greatest biodiversity on the planet. Attractions include imposing Iguaçu Falls and dazzling Atlantic beaches.

Dominican Republic

Each year between January and April, the largest gathering of North Atlantic humpback whales on the planet occurs at the Silver Bank, in the Caribbean Sea north of the Dominican Republic. Over this period as many as 3,000 of these remarkable creatures gather to court, mate and give birth.

Guyana

Historically, Guiana consisted of the region north of the Amazon and east of the Orinoco – the "Land of many waters". Colonised by the Dutch, it became a British colony – British Guiana – for over 200 years until becoming independent in 1966. Guyana is the only South American nation with English as its language.

Mexico

Lying between the United States and the Central American isthmus, Mexico has Gulf of Mexico/Caribbean and Pacific coastlines, separated by extensions of the Rocky Mountains. The volcanic Sierra Nevada runs east-west with peaks reaching over 5,000 metres. This contorted topography explains the region’s remarkable biodiversity.

Peru

Peru habitat is divided into three key regions. The Andes Mountains run parallel to the Pacific Ocean. The costa (coast), to the west, a narrow plain, largely arid except for valleys created by seasonal rivers. The third region is the selva (jungle), a wide expanse of flat terrain covered by the Amazon rainforest that extends east.

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