Amazing adventures in the New World
Explorers young and old have flocked to the Americas since 40,000 BC (give or take a few millennia). Why? Just look around! The American Cordillera – the mountain chain that includes both the Rockies and the Andes – provides a dazzling alpine playground, while the forests, canyons, and deserts teem with exotic life. Toss in centuries of amazing history and a staggering diversity of cultures and you’ll see why the New World never, ever gets old.
Havana hoedown | Cuba
Music infuses every aspect of life in Cuba, and when it sounds this good, why wouldn’t it? Kids will get the chance to explore the island’s rhythms while learning to make their own traditional instruments with local experts.Get there
Animals aplenty | Costa Rica
Over 100 species of mammal and almost 200 varieties of birds inhabit Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park. Make a checklist and see how many you can spot! You might even see a species that you didn't even know existed.Get there
Swimmable aquarium | Galápagos, Ecuador
Strap on your snorkel and dive beneath the cool waves to see fish of every colour imaginable, corals, and maybe the marine iguana, the world’s only swimming reptile.Get there