Enchanting South America: a Photo Journal

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On an epic, five-month road trip with his family, which was recently featured in AFAR, new A&K Sales Director Javier Echecopar traveled over 16,000 miles in search of fascinating destinations and enriching encounters throughout Latin America. We’re excited to share his inspiring photos and firsthand recommendations, which are all-but-made for luxury Tailor Made private travel in South America. From the raw beauty of an isolated, glass-like Chalten lagoon to Machu Picchu travel and a leisurely float along the mighty Amazon, his breathtaking photos capture the sort of activities you, too, can incorporate into private adventure travel.

 

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Explained: Iguazu Falls

Explained: Iguazu Falls

Travel to Argentina might be said to begin and end around Iguazu Falls, set within the backdrop of Argentina’s Iguazu National Park. Its sister park Iguaçu in Brazil offers no less alluring views. As it swirls its way along the border of the two countries, the Iguazu River drops nearly 263 feet to create the plummeting chasm. Both sides of the falls are stunning, each offering its own, entirely different panorama. With A&K Latin America travel, you can see both vantage points in all their glory.

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