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The great glaciers of Patagonia, are constantly crashing down the Andes Mountains into the Great Lakes of Argentina, creating one of the greatest spectacles in the natural world.
Iguazu Falls, on the Argentina/Brazil border are ranked amongst the world's two greatest waterfalls, rivalled only by Victoria Falls for the title.
They are both wider than the Victoria Falls and greater in terms of average water volume.
The falls are located where the Iguazu River tumbles over the 2.7 wide edge of the Paraná Plateau, though numerous islands in the river separate the falls into between 150-300 smaller waterfalls. and cataracts, varying between 60 to 82 metres (197 to 269 ft), depending on the water level.
The spectacle is literally deafening, and the falls were recently voted one of the New 7 wonders of the natural world.
The falls can be viewed both from the extensive viewing platforms on both sides of the border, and by boat!
The Capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires is the second largest city in South America, and the cultural hub of the continent. It is a top tourist destination, and is known for its European style architecture and rich cultural life, with the highest concentration of theatres in the world. This cultural richness has earned it the nickname "The Paris of South America."
Ushuaia and Tierra del fuego National Park
The Pan American highway makes its dramatic end over 14,000 km from its start in Alaska in the world's southernmost National Park, on the large island of Tierra del Fueggo, amidst breathtaking ocean and mountain scenery.
It is here that the Southern reaches of the Andes mountain range meet the Beagle channel, which links the Southern extremes of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and the town of Ushuaia, the world's largest city, serves the many cruiseliners on their way around the South American coast and to the nearby Antarctic.
The long summer days which can be accompanied by occasional light summer snowfall, magnificent ocean views and snow-packed peeks, the Sea-facing Martial Glaciar, the emerald lagoon and countless other lakes and valleys, make this a surreal and magnificent venue second to none.
Rio de Janeiro
Angra dos Reis
Bay of Princes- a paradise harbour filled with 365 tropical islands, one for every day of the year!
Explore the islands by foot and by boat whole enjoying the pristine, warm subtropical waters and unspoilt beaches.
From the magnificent lookout point at Pico Jaragua, the city covers a huge portion of a green, high lying platuea surrounded by mountains, which slopes down a spectacular escarpment through a series of tunnels to the Atlantic Port of Santos. Besides for the scenic and cultural highlights of this great city, Sao Paulo is all about soccer, and boasts a world-famous Soccer Museum. It also has a large and fascinating Jewish community.
-Brazil's most famous beach resort, Buzios is a subtropical paradise set on a hilly peninsula with spectacular bays, beaches, and ocean views.
The Pantanal Wetlands are the greatest wildlife safari destination in continental South America. African style safaris on open jeeps take you in search of Tapir, Capybara, Ocelot, giant ant-eaters, Macaws, Swamp Deer, Caiman,and of couse the elusive jaguar.
The Galapagos Islands are one of the world's last remaining archipelagos and a beach and safari venue with a time difference.
Due to their locations at the meeting point of 3 ocean currents, they feature incredible biodiversity, with species ranging from tropical iguanas to penguins.
With terrain ranging from forests to desert, each island is unique in terms of scenery and wildlife, as well as incredible beaches ranging from pristine white-sand to volcanic lava, all lapped by turqoise, tropical waters.
The lost city of the Incas, one of the wonders of the ancient world, and one of the most photographed scenic highlights of South America, is now available to "Kosher Safaris" clients. Accessible only by special train, this region is truly remote and is one of the bucket-list favourites of every traveller.