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  • Patagonian Fjords, South Chile

    Kawésqar National Park is one of the largest parks in the world and the second-largest terrestrial park in Chile. It includes large swaths of the archipelagos in the provinces of Magallanes and Última Esperanza, as well as half of Isla Riesco.

  • Peyto Lake, AB, Canada

    Payto Lake Peyto is a top attraction in Banff National Park and, for many visitors, the best stop that you can visit in the Canadian Rockies. The views of this turquoise, glacier-fed lake from the Bow summit viewing deck are simply breathtaking.

  • Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

    The Bolivian Salt Flats in Uyuni are a MUST see for any trip to South America is like traveling to another dimension. Completely flat for miles and dotted with colorful mirrored lakes, the flats are contained by the Andes mountains in the distance.

  • Volcan de Paricutin, Michoacán, Mexico

    Paricutin, Mexico – This cinder cone volcano, located in the Mexican state of Michoacan, surged suddenly from the cornfield of a local farmer in 1943. A nearby town of Angahuan is now popular tourist attraction known for having spectacular views of the volcano and remains of two former towns now covered by lava.

  • White Sands National Park, NM, USA

    The oldest known human footprints in North America have been discovered at White Sands National Park in New Mexico.

  • Yellowstone National Park, WY, USA

    With its raging geysers and howling wolf packs, Yellowstone stands as one last pocket of a wild, primeval America.

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