Straddling Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu is a towering mass of roaring water and churning spray that was recently named one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
Since its inception in 1962, Havaianas has sold more than four billion pairs worldwide; put end to end that is enough pairs to go around the world 40 times.
In southern Venezuela’s tepuis – the sandstone, table-topped mountains that inspired Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle’s novel The Lost World – travellers still feel like 19th-century explorers.
One day in this Brazilian city moves across contrasting worlds of wealth and poverty, from the motogirls to the nightlife entrepreneurs.
From death-defying mountain biking to the floating islands of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia has a lot to offer adventure travellers.
Stay in one of the region’s ranches, hike through the Andes and explore the Argentinean countryside from the back of a horse.