When To Travel
When to be where in Spain, Portugal, Latin America and Antarctica
With long daylight hours, you can spend all day hiking to glacial lagoons below some iconic peaks.
Discover the natural diversity, rewilded parklands and cultural fabric of Patagonia on a summer road trip.
Peak wildlife action: newly-hatched penguin chicks and seal pups take a first plunge into the Southern Ocean.
Time your trip to see orcas feeding in the bays and even on the beaches of Patagonia's Valdés Peninsula.
Walking resumes in central Andalucía. Almond blossom and early spring blooms make trails even more beautiful.
Minimal rain and lower humidity make March ideal for Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica's greatest wildlife hotspot.
It's all about whales as the season draws to a close: humpbacks, minkes, orcas and (with luck) even a blue whale.
On both sides of the Andes, autumnal colours, filling the forests of Patagonia with shades of rich oranges and reds.
With peak visitor months behind us, Paine is blissfully quiet and beautiful, with an emerging autumnal palette.
Warm and beautiful hike in Chapada Diamantina combine with high water levels and fewer visitors to Iguaçu.
Vineyard activity is at its peak as wine festivals are held throughout the Central Valley to celebrate the harvest.
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