Calama rests just off Loa River in the northern region of Chile. It serves as the gateway to the Atacama Desert and is surrounded by some of the country’s most breathtaking landscape. It’s worth a visit just to see these natural wonders alone.
The Atacama is the world’s driest desert and a beautiful honeymoon destination. Located right between the Pacific coastline and the Andes Mountains, Chile’s barren landscape is at once both terrifying and stunning. It’s also the perfect place to spend some time alone.
WEDGED BETWEEN ARGENTINA AND BRAZIL along Rio de la Plata’s Atlantic waters, Montevideo may be small, but it remains one of the most sophisticated and progressive capital cities in South America. Locals take pride in their city’s cleanliness, quality of life and vibrant culture. Many spend their mornings and afternoons in-line skating, jogging or lifting weights along the city’s 17-mile-long seafront esplanade before gathering for cortados and dulce de leche pastries during a 5 p.m. merienda (Uruguayan afternoon tea/snack).
Suriname is a melting pot of different cultures, resulting in an eclectic country as diverse in its people as it is in its food, architecture and natural resources. To get a taste of everything it has to offer, try visiting these popular cities and towns.