The lands of fire, the luscious Amazonian forests, and the silence of the Atacama desert. In the collective imagination, Latin America is a wide expanse covering a multitude of cultures and its natural richness stands as one of the wonders of the world. The Latin American identity does not respond to ostentatious luxury, unnecessary expenses, or the monotony of enclosed luxury, all inclusive hotels. Take what is necessary and enjoy this stunning nature we have only dreamt of. Camping sites offer you an unparalleled insight and an enjoyment of the nature of this side of the planet.
National Park Torres del Paine, Chile
Close to the Chilean Patagonia we find the National Park Torres del Paine, which offers unparalleled beauty and great hiking spots. You can travel through the mountains on horseback and admire the imposing glaciers. The best season to visit is from November to the end of April.
Isla Grande, Brazil
In front of the coast of Rio de Janeiro and forty five minutes away from the world’s most famous beaches, Isla Grande comes close to the definition of paradise on earth. On this island there are no cars, you must take walks or cycle around this stunning isle. Pristine beaches, dozens of lagoons, and a variety of flora and fauna make Isla Grande an ideal camping site.
Parque Nacional los Alerces, Argentina
National Park Alerces is the best kept secret in Argentina. It is stands on a privileged location that boasts stunning Patagonian forests, rivers, waterfalls, and landscapes.
Cataratas de Gocta, Peru
Your next camping site is north of Peru. The incredible Gocta waterfalls are a stunning site, they reach 750 miles in height, and the thundering of the water is simply the Uctubamba river making its way downstream. There are several areas welcoming campers that have an appreciation and deep respect for nature.
Sierra Gorda de Querétaro, México
In the center of the country, there is an unexpected natural richness that has not been touched by the grubby hands of mass tourism. This site, moulded by the power of the tectonic plates, has given way to a desert full of canyons, endemic cacti, and coniferous woods.
Cabo Polonio, Uruguay
Woods, hills, dunes, and rocky beaches create a majestic and varied landscape southeast of Uruguay. If you are a lover of adventure, rock climbing, and hiking, then the National Cabo Polonio Park is the place just for you and your camping site.
Parque Nacional Natural El Cocuy, Colombia
This is a protected area that encompasses a mountain range known as the Sierra Nevada of Güicán. It is a place for hiking experts and for novices alike.