Machu Picchu and Cancun

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Las Coloradas (Mexico) - Is a port in the north of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is famous for its waters, which are pink from the concentration of salt and microorganisms.

Huacachina Oasis (Peru) - This is a fascinating green lagoon formed by water from underground streams in the middle of desert dunes. 


Tikal (Guatemala) - In the middle of the Peten jungle in Guatemala, the pyramids of Tikal were the headquarters of one of the most powerful kingdoms of the Mayan civilization.

Caño Cristales (Colombia) - This peculiar, colorful river is inside the Sierra de la Macarena National Park in the plains between the Amazon and the Andes in Colombia. 

Latin American Wonders for Dream Vacation - Imagining a holiday in Latin America, but there's so much more to discover! Together with the El Viajero magazine of El País.

The Amazon - The Amazon rainforest is the largest green area in the world despite the alarming rate at which its deforestation is advancing. 

Angel Falls (Venezuela) - It is the tallest waterfall in the world, more than 3,000 feet or 914 meters high. It is located in the Canaima National Park in eastern Venezuela.

Marble Chathedral (Chile) - This Chilean national monument is located in northern Patagonia. The waters of Lake General Carrera sculpted the curious geological formations.

Avenue of the Volcanoes (Ecuador) - National Geographic recommends visiting it near Quito, Ecuador, where many volcanoes over 16,404 feet or 5,000 meters meet in a tiny space.

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