South America Travel Sitemap - Page 4 2016-09-26

Tour Perito Moreno Glacier in Parque Nacional Perito Moreno
Perito Moreno glacier in Argentine Patagonia has the distinction of being the only glacier in the world to be still growing. Moreno increases because falling snow accumulates faster than it melts. Over time, the snow compresses and gravity and the ice buildup behind the glacier force it down the mountain. The distinctive blue color comes from oxygen trapped in the snow, and the dirt and mud come from the ground and rocks the glacier gathers as it noses its way downward. Page 5.

Tour Perito Moreno Glacier in Parque Nacional Perito Moreno
Perito Moreno glacier in Argentine Patagonia has the distinction of being the only glacier in the world to be still growing. Moreno increases because falling snow accumulates faster than it melts. Over time, the snow compresses and gravity and the ice buildup behind the glacier force it down the mountain. The distinctive blue color comes from oxygen trapped in the snow, and the dirt and mud come from the ground and rocks the glacier gathers as it noses its way downward. Page 10.

Tour Perito Moreno Glacier in Parque Nacional Perito Moreno
Perito Moreno glacier in Argentine Patagonia has the distinction of being the only glacier in the world to be still growing. Moreno increases because falling snow accumulates faster than it melts. Over time, the snow compresses and gravity and the ice buildup behind the glacier force it down the mountain. The distinctive blue color comes from oxygen trapped in the snow, and the dirt and mud come from the ground and rocks the glacier gathers as it noses its way downward. Page 11.

Tour Perito Moreno Glacier in Parque Nacional Perito Moreno
Perito Moreno glacier in Argentine Patagonia has the distinction of being the only glacier in the world to be still growing. Moreno increases because falling snow accumulates faster than it melts. Over time, the snow compresses and gravity and the ice buildup behind the glacier force it down the mountain. The distinctive blue color comes from oxygen trapped in the snow, and the dirt and mud come from the ground and rocks the glacier gathers as it noses its way downward. Page 2.

Tour Perito Moreno Glacier in Parque Nacional Perito Moreno
Perito Moreno glacier in Argentine Patagonia has the distinction of being the only glacier in the world to be still growing. Moreno increases because falling snow accumulates faster than it melts. Over time, the snow compresses and gravity and the ice buildup behind the glacier force it down the mountain. The distinctive blue color comes from oxygen trapped in the snow, and the dirt and mud come from the ground and rocks the glacier gathers as it noses its way downward. Page 12.

Tour Perito Moreno Glacier in Parque Nacional Perito Moreno
Perito Moreno glacier in Argentine Patagonia has the distinction of being the only glacier in the world to be still growing. Moreno increases because falling snow accumulates faster than it melts. Over time, the snow compresses and gravity and the ice buildup behind the glacier force it down the mountain. The distinctive blue color comes from oxygen trapped in the snow, and the dirt and mud come from the ground and rocks the glacier gathers as it noses its way downward. Page 13.

Views of the Oriente - Ecuador's Rainforest
Ecuador's Oriente, or eastern region, offers rainforests, many rivers, birding, adventure and ecological research. Page 5.

Views of the Oriente - Ecuador's Rainforest
Ecuador's Oriente, or eastern region, offers rainforests, many rivers, birding, adventure and ecological research. Page 7.

Views of the Oriente - Ecuador's Rainforest
Ecuador's Oriente, or eastern region, offers rainforests, many rivers, birding, adventure and ecological research. Ecuador is a compact country, with most of the rainforest area easiy reached within hours from Quito. Transportation is not the lengthy process it can be in other rainforest areas of South America, making the cloud forest and the river systems an experience at the reach of most visitors. Page 12.

Views of the Oriente - Ecuador's Rainforest
Ecuador's Oriente, or eastern region, offers rainforests, many rivers, birding, adventure and ecological research. Page 14.

Views of the Oriente - Ecuador's Rainforest
Ecuador's Oriente, or eastern region, offers rainforests, many rivers, birding, adventure and ecological research. Ecuador is a compact country, with most of the rainforest area easiy reached within hours from Quito. Transportation is not the lengthy process it can be in other rainforest areas of South America, making the cloud forest and the river systems an experience at the reach of most visitors.

Tour the Monastery of Santa Catalina in Arequipa, Peru
The Monastery of Santa Catalina in Arequipa, Peru is not a single building but many within a complex of 20,000 square meters that was home for Dominican nuns for centuries. Opened to the public in 1970, this religious community is one of the finest examples of colonial architecture, art and life in a city within a city. Page 4.

Tour the Monastery of Santa Catalina in Arequipa, Peru
The Monastery of Santa Catalina in Arequipa, Peru is not a single building but many within a complex of 20,000 square meters that was home for Dominican nuns for centuries. Opened to the public in 1970, this religious community is one of the finest examples of colonial architecture, art and life in a city within a city. Page 6.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 2.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 4.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 6.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 14.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 3.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 16.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 7.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 5.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 13.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 15.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 10.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 17.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 12.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 11.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 8.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value. Page 9.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value.

Views of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Many travelers know Guayaquil as the place to spend a few hours, or an overnight, before embarking for the Galapagos. Those who take the time to explore the city's revamped and beautified areas will appreciate Guayaquil's scenic attractions and its cultural and historic value.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 17.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 33.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 34.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 38.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 10.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 24.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 32.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 22.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 8.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 21.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 13.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 20.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 12.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 9.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 41.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 19.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 7.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 4.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 28.

Roraima Climb in Canaima National Park
Roraima tepui, in Parque Nacional Canaima, Venezuela's second largest national park along the borders with Guyana and Brazil. The tepui was for many years too isolated for more than the devout adventurer. In recent years, climbers and trekkers, make the six day, five night round trip trek to the summit of this 9,219-foot sandstone mesa. . Page 36.

Colca Canyon, Peru
The Colca river begins high in the Andes, at Condorama Crucero Alto, drops down to the Pacific in stages, changing its name to Majes and then Camana as it goes. Where it runs between the tiny mountain villages of Chivay to Cabanaconde is a deep canyon known as the Colca Canyon. Here, condors soar above the canyons and high into the thin mountair air. Page 3.

Colca Canyon, Peru
The Colca river begins high in the Andes, at Condorama Crucero Alto, drops down to the Pacific in stages, changing its name to Majes and then Camana as it goes. Where it runs between the tiny mountain villages of Chivay to Cabanaconde is a deep canyon known as the Colca Canyon. Here, condors soar above the canyons and high into the thin mountair air. Page 2.

Colca Canyon, Peru
The Colca river begins high in the Andes, at Condorama Crucero Alto, drops down to the Pacific in stages, changing its name to Majes and then Camana as it goes. Where it runs between the tiny mountain villages of Chivay to Cabanaconde is a deep canyon known as the Colca Canyon. Here, condors soar above the canyons and high into the thin mountair air. Page 4.

Colca Canyon, Peru
The Colca river begins high in the Andes, at Condorama Crucero Alto, drops down to the Pacific in stages, changing its name to Majes and then Camana as it goes. Where it runs between the tiny mountain villages of Chivay to Cabanaconde is a deep canyon known as the Colca Canyon. Here, condors soar above the canyons and high into the thin mountair air. Page 6.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 2.

A Visit to Ushuaia, the "End of the World"
On Beagle Channel, surrounded by water, sky and mountains, Ushuaia calls itself the End of the World. As the closest city to Antarctica, the city is a hub for Antartic touring and navigating the Strait of Magellan. Cruise ships dock here for a quick onshore visit. Page 8.

A Visit to Ushuaia, the "End of the World"
On Beagle Channel, surrounded by water, sky and mountains, Ushuaia calls itself the End of the World. As the closest city to Antarctica, the city is a hub for Antartic touring and navigating the Strait of Magellan. Cruise ships dock here for a quick onshore visit. Page 14.

A Visit to Ushuaia, the "End of the World"
On Beagle Channel, surrounded by water, sky and mountains, Ushuaia calls itself the End of the World. As the closest city to Antarctica, the city is a hub for Antartic touring and navigating the Strait of Magellan. Cruise ships dock here for a quick onshore visit. Page 10.

A Visit to Ushuaia, the "End of the World"
On Beagle Channel, surrounded by water, sky and mountains, Ushuaia calls itself the End of the World. As the closest city to Antarctica, the city is a hub for Antartic touring and navigating the Strait of Magellan. Cruise ships dock here for a quick onshore visit. Page 24.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 27.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 16.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 25.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 22.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 10.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 32.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 20.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 4.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 19.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 14.

Views of Manaus, Brazil
On the Rio Negro in the Amazonas state of Brazil, Manaus is a commercial and tourist center for activity on the Amazon river. Visitors come here on their river cruises, as a staging spot for jungle lodge experiences, to see the famous Wedding of the Waters where the dark waters of the Rio Negro meet the yellowish waters of the Solimões river. Page 2.

Views of Manaus, Brazil
On the Rio Negro in the Amazonas state of Brazil, Manaus is a commercial and tourist center for activity on the Amazon river. Visitors come here on their river cruises, as a staging spot for jungle lodge experiences, to see the famous Wedding of the Waters where the dark waters of the Rio Negro meet the yellowish waters of the Solimões river. Page 7.

Views of Manaus, Brazil
On the Rio Negro in the Amazonas state of Brazil, Manaus is a commercial and tourist center for activity on the Amazon river. Visitors come here on their river cruises, as a staging spot for jungle lodge experiences, to see the famous Wedding of the Waters where the dark waters of the Rio Negro meet the yellowish waters of the Solimões river. Page 12.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 3.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 33.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 6.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 28.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 7.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 30.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 29.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes. Page 5.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes.

Galapagos Islands Tour
The Galápagos archipelago is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy these views of the islands, beaches, ports and landscapes.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 2.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 14.

Views of Manaus, Brazil
On the Rio Negro in the Amazonas state of Brazil, Manaus is a commercial and tourist center for activity on the Amazon river. Visitors come here on their river cruises, as a staging spot for jungle lodge experiences, to see the famous Wedding of the Waters where the dark waters of the Rio Negro meet the yellowish waters of the Solimões river. Page 4.

Views of Manaus, Brazil
On the Rio Negro in the Amazonas state of Brazil, Manaus is a commercial and tourist center for activity on the Amazon river. Visitors come here on their river cruises, as a staging spot for jungle lodge experiences, to see the famous Wedding of the Waters where the dark waters of the Rio Negro meet the yellowish waters of the Solimões river. Page 11.

Views of Manaus, Brazil
On the Rio Negro in the Amazonas state of Brazil, Manaus is a commercial and tourist center for activity on the Amazon river. Visitors come here on their river cruises, as a staging spot for jungle lodge experiences, to see the famous Wedding of the Waters where the dark waters of the Rio Negro meet the yellowish waters of the Solimões river. Page 9.

Views of Manaus, Brazil
On the Rio Negro in the Amazonas state of Brazil, Manaus is a commercial and tourist center for activity on the Amazon river. Visitors come here on their river cruises, as a staging spot for jungle lodge experiences, to see the famous Wedding of the Waters where the dark waters of the Rio Negro meet the yellowish waters of the Solimões river. Page 10.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 24.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 23.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 22.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 25.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 6.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 13.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 4.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 10.

Coroico Bike Ride
Called the world's most dangerous road, the route between La Paz and the small village of Coroico in the Yungas is a narrow, dirt track that has claimed thousands of lives since it was first built. A modern highway is scheduled to replace the road which is a favorite with thrill seeking bicyclists. Enjoy this bike ride with them. Page 7.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 25.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 3.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 20.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 18.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 21.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 4.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 17.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 22.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 49.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 2.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 23.

Historic Churches of Chiloé Photo Tour
In the 18th century, there were about 300 churches established on the large island and the smaller islands clustered in the Archipelago of Chiloé. The churches were part of the evangelical mission of the Roman Catholic Church and while almost every settlement had its own church, they shared the services of visiting priests who conducted services and dispensed the sacraments. Many of these churches are listed by UNESCO as cultural heritage sites.. Page 8.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 11.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 41.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 6.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 4.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 38.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 43.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 46.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 44.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 39.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 31.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 15.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 28.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 29.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 33.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 34.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 25.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 24.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 23.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 13.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 8.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 5.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 40.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 52.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 51.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 12.

Views of Isla Grande de Chiloé
The Chiloe Archipelago, in Chile's Northern Patagonia, has long been a place of mystery and mysticism. Famous for seafood, handicrafts, and the warmth of its people, Chiloé is a scenic and an increasingly popular destination for walking, biking, fishing, paddling and birding. Page 42.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 20.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 26.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 27.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 15.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 16.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 43.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 42.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 35.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 33.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 13.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 7.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 5.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 6.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 2.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 12.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 30.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 41.

La Paz City Tour
The city that touches the sky is an apt description of La Paz. Located high above sea level, the legislative capital of Bolivia sits in a bowl surrounded by the high altiplano. La Paz as it grows climbs the hills resulting in varying elevations from 3000 to 4100 m. Overlooking the city is towering triple-peaked Illimani, always snow covered and majestic. Page 25.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 24.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 26.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 25.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 12.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 18.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 4.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 19.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 8.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 27.

Sacsayhuaman Photo Gallery
Sacsayhuaman, also called Saqsaywaman, means Satisfied Falcon in Quechua. This huge fortress was created by the city planners of Cuzco, the capital of the Inca empire, to the head of the capital, with Cuzco as the body. This is the site of a portion of Inti Raymi, the Festival of the Sun.

Sacsayhuaman Photo Gallery
Sacsayhuaman, also called Saqsaywaman, means Satisfied Falcon in Quechua. This huge fortress was created by the city planners of Cuzco, the capital of the Inca empire, to the head of the capital, with Cuzco as the body. This is the site of a portion of Inti Raymi, the Festival of the Sun.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 23.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 20.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 32.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 13.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 5.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 16.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 30.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile. Page 29.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 3.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 23.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 20.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 44.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 33.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile.

Cuzco, Peru - Capital of the Inca Empire - Photo Gallery
The capital of the Inca Empire, Cuzco combines the ancient city, the colonial additions and the modern buildings and amenities in a splendid reflection of culture and tradition of the sophisticated Incan civilization. The ancient plaza was the core of the suyos, the Four Regions of the Inca Empire reaching from Quito, Ecuador to northern Chile.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 16.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 35.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 50.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 5.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 18.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 46.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 36.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 39.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 41.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 2.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 7.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 14.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 12.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 13.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 30.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 25.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 27.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 15.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 32.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 22.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 8.

Views of Chile's Region I - Sea, Sand and Andes
El Norte Grande is Chile's northernmost territory and includes Regions I and II. Region I includes the provinces of Arica, Parinacota and Iquique, is a natural wonderland of the Atacama desert, Andes mountains and volcanoes, high plains called altiplanos, oases, thermal hot springs and the salars or salt flats that attract visitors from all over the world. Page 9.

Views of South America Cities from Space
Enjoy these photographs, taken on various NASA missions, of South American cities. Seen from above, the scope, toppgraphy, natural landmarks and distinctive features vary in clarity, yet each photograph is a unique way to learn about the city and surrounding area. Page 5.