Isla de Margarita, Venezuela
With an average annual temperature of 27 degrees and a Caribbean isle that is not in line with the tropical storm belt, this island off the North shore of Venezuela is truly paradise.
A hip travel destination, Margarita island offers great beaches, casinos, duty free shopping, a beach for windsurfing and other water sports and much much more. There are many virgin national parks with rare species of plans and animals as well as protected beaches for a great snorkeling and swimming experience.
Also think about leaving the confines of the island and perhaps visiting world famous spots like Angel Falls or the Amazon jungle on the mainland. For a more secluded area, don’t go to the western area where many of the big hotels are; instead stay in resorts on the Northern beaches where it's much quieter. Stay in a luxury hotel if you can afford it.
The Galapagos Islands ( Ecuador )
Imagine exotic creatures – sealions, giant tortoises, iguanas—who stare at you right in the eye wondering what you are, not fearing your presence and are just a foot away from you –this is what the Galapagos Islands are like – Charles Darwin’s inspiration and now a UNESCO world heritage site.
If you love pristine waters, exotic animals and yachting, a honeymoon in the Galapagos Islands is a real treat. You can opt to stay in Quito (in a hacienda perhaps? ), and then take a yacht cruise to the Galapagos Islands. Alternatively, you can stay on the Galapagos, but make sure you make your make your reservations well ahead of time as there is not that much accommodation available.
If you’re an archaeology fan, Chile’s Easter Island in the South Pacific is one place that should interest you.
Known best for its mysterious monolithic structures called the Moai, the Easter Island is also a great place for hiking and surfing. Easter Island can be reached by flying from Tahiti or Chile.
Travel South America
Explore Argentina, the southernmost country in latin america. Learn about tango, gauchos and patagonia. Visit Iguazu, Bariloche and the Glaciers.