Canada's indigenous, French and British traditions gives it a complex three-dimensional character that is the second largest country on earth, spanning six of the world's 24 time zones and could fit most of Europe within its borders. How about that?
Canada offers an abundance of well-known cities, attractions, parks and regions that make for its history, people, landscape and natural beauty to get to know you.
The Caribbean is likely the most intensively visited tourism destination in the world -- you arrive intense and leave relaxed. Whether the rum, the waters, the sun or the hurricanes, there's every reason why this part of the world is known to us all.
This tropical isthmus that connects North America to South America is an ecological paradise, offering adventure deep inside its amazing rainforests, string of volcanic mountain ranges as well as bursting with historic landmarks, restaurants and vibrant nightlife. And for the the real adventurous -- there's Mosquito Gulf!
With several hundred miles of coastline extending down both the Pacific and the Caribbean, this country is a popular summer retreat destination and much more: the countryside is rich in archaeological treasures with pyramids, ruins of ancient cities and great stone carvings of ancient gods standing as testament to a country once ruled by the Aztecs and Mayans.
It forms a bridge between the slick first-world North America and the more chaotic Latin tempo of its southerly neighbors, yet its people remain warm and friendly.
South America is the fourth largest continent with incredible natural beauty, awesome scenery and sightseeing wonders. While only a handful of its 12 independent countries are generally known for tourism, those that do venture here experience a part of the world like no other. See you on the Amazon and how about that Chilean wine?
A country of vast proportions and variety and definite passions: football, politics and fast living.
It features the wild glacier-filled mountains of Patagonia, the massive open plains of La Pampas to the deserts and tropical jungles in the north.
Argentina has a more European feel than most South American countries and visitors will have less of a culture shock arriving here than in other South American countries. There is the elegant splendor of Buenos Aires to explore and you'll never be far from the Latin influence, enjoy!
Passionate about life: futebol, samba, nightlife everywhere in South America’s largest country. Home to the two largest Carnival celebrations in the world. The Amazon and the Pantanal, both home to stunning diversity of plant and animal life. Diversity to suit almost everyone. Come and enjoy!!!
Clinging to the Andes, between the parched coastal desert and the lush expanse of the Amazon rainforest, Peru offers such a wide range of experiences that it can be difficult to choose between them. Solemn pilgrimages honor gods both Christian and indigenous. Neon-lit discos get jam-packed with reveling youth. Ancient ruins divulge prehistoric secrets. There are museums to visit, lakes to ogle, waves to surf,labyrinthine cities to explore. Peru has it all and this forum is the place to jump right in and learn.