South America

South America's structure is rather simple and largely resembles North America, in both shape and arrangement of the most important morphological elements. The blend of architectural styles, the accent varieties of its languages, plastics arts, foods and beverages, the mixture of races, the mystic and varied religious terms, its customs and history, the music and the rhythm provided by the atmosphere, they all are highly prized by the hundred of tourists who visit this location every year. Supremacy, however, belongs to nature, i.e. mountains, jungles and desserts. The predominant feature is a mild climate and its charming beaches jointly with a great diversity of options to camp and to explore the mountains. Those territories as a whole not only comprise a great cultural resources but also one of the richest and complete ecosystems in land and sea flora and fauna all over the planet.


Cojimar, near Havana, was the setting for Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea. Nearby, the house where he lived is maintained exactly as he left it in 1960.