Pantanal: 23-25 Dec 2016

The Pantanal is the world’s largest tropical wetlands (approximately the size of the state of Washington) and is located in southwestern Brazil, northern Paraguay, and eastern Bolivia. According to National Geographic, it has the highest concentration of wildlife on the continent, and every year during the rainy season, approximately 80% of the Pantanal becomes submerged…Read more Pantanal: 23-25 Dec 2016

Iguazu Falls: 14-18 Dec 2016

The Iguazu River runs along the border between northern Argentina and southern Brazil and feeds the largest waterfalls system in the world, Iguazu Falls. The Iguazu falls are higher than Niagara Falls, wider than Victoria Falls, and contains approximately 275 individual waterfalls. National parks dedicated to the falls are present on both sides, and both…Read more Iguazu Falls: 14-18 Dec 2016

​Ushuaia: 28-30 Nov 2016

Welcome to the most southern city in the world! The Chileans will tell you that technically, there is a city further south in Chile, but the Argentinians will correct that technically Ushuaia qualifies as the southernmost city by population. Either way, it’s down there. Ushuaia is located on the island of Isla Grande de Tierra…Read more ​Ushuaia: 28-30 Nov 2016