Guatemala offers a rich and distinctive culture derived from Spain and the native Mayan people. Some of the most popular destinations are: Antigua, a charming colonial city with stone paved streets; Lake Atitlan, which is surrounded by three volcanos and many colorful villages; Chichicastenango, known for its Indian market and Tikal, one of the most spectacular Mayan cities.
The longest and thinnest country in the world runs from the Andes to the Pacific. From the high Andean plateau to the untouched southern territories at the end of the world, Chile invites you to live adventurously. On an epic scale, one can explore Patagonia which is synonymous to hiking, gigantic glaciers, abundant emerald lakes and lush forest. These cultural and climatic contrasts have left an imprint on the identity of the country and its people. Warm, energetic, approachable and kind, Chileans share the love for their land, which invites you to build relationships beyond boundaries, to live unique experiences and to discover Chile.
Boarding both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, Panama offers over 1,000 miles of beaches and more than 1,500 islands. Pamana’s most famous attraction is the world-renowned Panama Canal. Watch and learn how the Pacific and Atlantic are joined together by incredible ingenuity. Hike along the 10,000-foot extinct volcano, see the elusive Quetzal bird and discover seven different Indian tribes.