Number Six: Los Roques, Venezuela. There are more than 350 islands, cays and islets here! Crisp white beaches and coral reefs abound in this gorgeous vacation spot.
Number Five: Monteverde Cloud Forest, Costa Rica. This place’s impressive biodiversity can be attributed to the fact that 90% of the forest is virgin and untouched. This would be a great spot for inquisitive kids and explorers alike.
Number Four: Banos, Ecuador. Here you will find the world’s most terrifying swing, which swings over a ledge facing an active volcano. This would be a great vacation for thrill seekers.
Number Three: Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina. Prepare to meld your mind when you see these pictures. Tourists come here during the summer to watch giant sections of the glacier break off. Interestingly, the glacier is actually growing, and it is one of only three in the world to be doing so.
Number Two: Atacama Desert, Chile. Dry off in the world’s driest desert. Literally, this place is so dry that some people have even compared it to Mars.
Number One: Ouro Preto, Brazil. Translating to “black gold,” this city is covered in gorgeous Baroque architecture. Historical buffs will enjoy the many museums, churches and cultural hubs here.