When To Travel
When to be where in Spain, Portugal, Latin America and Antarctica
On both sides of the Andes, autumnal colours, filling the forests of Patagonia with shades of rich oranges and reds.
Follow the Costa Vicentina to witness the nesting and hatching of the world's only storks to nest in sea cliffs.
Hot, dry weather makes Costa Rica's north-west too arid; stick to the lush south for your April adventure.
Embrace the crowds and admire the pageantry of the Semana Santa famous parades on a drive across Andalucía.
Join locals at a Basque cider barn as the last of the new season's barrels are uncorked and enjoyed with great food.
It's sunnier, less humid and less busy at Iguazú, and fresher and drier around Salta, so an ideal time for the north.
The rains ease, mammals move back to the plains, and evening wildlife tours are taken under starry skies.
Rio de Janeiro
Temperature remain delightfully warm and a welcome calm returns following the Carnival's exuberance.
The flooded forests of the Amazon can be explored by canoe, allowing deeper access to its elusive wildlife.
Leatherback turtles lumber ashore at Tortuguero in the peak nesting months on Costa Rica's Caribbean side.
A special month, with clear waters for snorkelling and waved albatross performing mating dances on Española.