Rua do Matoso, 11
Rio de Janeiro
This stunning hotel resides on a historic estate in the charming Santa Teresa district.
This former mansion serves as a charming home base in Rio's historic center.
A spa set among exotic settings.
Iguazú National Park, situated on the international border of Argentina and Brazil, features one of the world’s most striking natural wonders.
Walk among more than 6,400 statues, sarcophagi, coffins and crypts.
View more than 7,000 works by renowned artists such as Frida Kahlo, Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró.
Get insight into the life of the most infamous First Lady of Argentina.
A place where you can try your luck on a horse race or on the slot machines.
Stretching across the foot of the Andes Mountains among a picturesque landscape is the heart of Argentina's wine country - Mendoza.
Sourced from a single estate right outside of Rio de Janeiro, the distillate is aged two years in native Amburana wood casks, giving the cachaça its light golden color.
Love white tequila? Then you'll go crazy for Cabana Cachaça.
Produced by the fifth generation of the same family who started the brand, this cachaça means "jaguar" in Portuguese.
Aged for two years in bourbon barrels, Sagatiba Velha cachaça offers all the delicious crème brulee and gingerbread notes you might expect.
You'll be transported to the tropics with the coconut aromas of this certified organic (and affordable) cachaça.
In a light and airy fashion, this unaged single-estate cachaça smells green, with nicely contrasting honeydew and vegetal aromas.