Point of interests
Iguazú Falls, Perito Moreno Glacier, Tierra del Fuego National Park, Cathedral of Córdoba
The climate in Argentina is very varied. Buenos Aires and the Pampas have a temperate climate which means it can be pretty cold in winter, but hot and humid in summer. In the deserts of Cuyo it can be extremely hot and dry in summer and temperatures can reach a staggering 50 °C. During winter it is moderately cold and dry. The Andes and Patagonia are cool in summer and very cold in winter, varying according to altitude. Extreme temperature shifts within a single day are common here.
American Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, Delta, United, Korean Air, and LATAM Airlines fly to Argentina
Argentine peso (ARS$)
In order to have the best experience without a language barrier, learning a bit Spanish is the best move.
Most hellos and goodbyes in Argentina come with the cheek kiss, It is a warm and friendly way to greet people, a bit of a surprise if it is the first time you travel to Argentina.
Keep an eye on your belongings at all times. It’s also not a good idea to wander around alone after dark, and if you are going to take a taxi make sure it is from a reputable company.
Be aware of counterfeit money and always examine the large bills you receive, including the ones you get from ATMs and money exchange offices
Point of interests
Located in Rio de Janeiro: Christ the Redeemer Statue, Rio de Janeiro Cathedral, Sugarloaf Mountain, Amazon Rainforest
Brazil has a humid tropical and subtropical climate except for a drier area in the Northeast that extends from northern Bahia to the coast between Natal and São Luís.
Guarulhos International Airport in São Paulo is the busiest airport in Brazil and the country's main international gateway. The airport is served by all major North American and Latin American carriers, as well as a large number of European flag carriers. Asian carriers such as Air China, Korean Air and Singapore Airlines serve Guarulhos via the US and Europe.
Brazilian Real (BRL)
Always go with a reputable guide to the Pantanal or the Amazon rainforest to get the most out of your trip and avoid getting lost.
Points of interest
Salar de Uyuni, Tiwanaku, Lake Titicaca
Approximately two-thirds of the territory is located in tropical and subtropical low-latitude regions, most of the area has a dry and cool climate; the annual precipitation from northeast to west decreases from 2000 mm to less than 100 mm.
Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (LAB) Airline flies international routes to South American capitals, as well as to other cities such as São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Manaus (all in Brazil), Panama City (Panama), and Miami (Florida, U.S.).
The most common form of transportation in Bolivia for both travellers and locals is by bus. It is almost impossible not to take a bus in Bolivia.
Bolivian boliviano (BOB)
Bolivia has two capitals：La Paz is the administrative capital while Sucre is the legal capital. La Paz is 3,660 meters above sea level which is the highest capital in the world.
Lake Tititcaca of Kaka and La Paz are all high-altitude areas. If you visit the plateau for the first time and worry about altitude sickness, you should consult doctors and prepare some drugs to prevent such sickness.
The yellow fever injection vaccination certificate is required to apply for a visa. If you do not go to the Amazon area, not a must to get the yellow fever injection.
Recommend to Bring US dollars directly, because it maybe difficult to find an ATM in some places.