South America

Seasons in Brazil

Brazil is an attractive and unforgettable country to visit in any season. The country has the Equator in the North, the Tropic of Capricorn in the South, the Atlantic washing the coastline in the East. That’s a paradise world you want to return again and again.

Seasons in Argentina

Argentina have biggest amount of southernmost sights on the whole planet. Among them are the southernmost railway, the southernmost city of Ushuaia and lots of other southernmost stuff. In this country you can languish on the heat and ski the snowy slopes, spectate the prickly cacti and meet penguins.

Seasons in Ecuador

Ecuador (Ecuador in Spanish; means "equator"), officially the Republic of Ecuador (Spanish República del Ecuador) is a country located in the Equatorial zone North-Western region of the South American continent.

Seasons in Colombia

Colombia is located on the northern part of South America. It has no distinct seasons. Weather conditions don’t vary in big scales during whole year. Weather is more dependent on location and altitude than on time of the year. No wonder that Colombia is called “Country of eternal spring”.

Seasons in Peru

Peru is one of the most exotic and mysterious countries of the world. Here is concentrated an incredible amount of monuments of the Inca. The legacy of an ancient civilization still dominates the minds of scientists and archaeologists. Technology Indians ascribed to an alien origin. In this country you can get into the Amazon jungle, Andes mountains, to the mountain lake Titicaca.

Seasons in Chile

The climate in Chile is very varied due to the fact that the length of the South American country of about four thousand kilometers (from north to south). For example, the northern part of Chile is characterized by desert climate with minimal rainfall (average temperature in the region is 15-200C). But in the south of the country amount of rainfall is ten times bigger and average temperature is lower for about ten degrees.

Seasons in Uruguay

Uruguay is a country in South-Eastern South America. In the North and East it borders with Brazil, to the West with Argentina, to the East and South it is washed by the Atlantic ocean.

The country's name comes from the Uruguay river, which translated from the language of local Indians means "river".