Belize Barrier Reef
Recognized as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, this reef is the largest in the Atlantic-Caribbean region, and the second largest reef system in the world! Fantastic snorkeling and diving from Belize and Honduras.
The canal celebrated 100 years of operation in August 2014. The expansion project is complete as of June 2016. To fully experience the Panama Canal, GL Tours suggests a land-based trip which provides opportunity to visit observation centers, museums and still cruise the canal locks with professional expert local guides as well as experience the wonders of Panama beyond the Canal.
One of the most important archaeological sites in the world. These ancient Incan ruins lie on a high ridge, overlooking the Urubamba River over 2,000 feet below. Passes for the Inca Trail are limited and should be reserved well in advance. Or consider riding one of the trains that access this magnificent landmark in Peru.
Bordering both Argentina and Brazil (Iguassu) Recognized by UNESCO World Heritage as one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world for its stunning visual and acoustical characteristics. The magnificent falls are surrounded by subtropical rainforest, featuring thousands of species of plant life and wildlife habitats. We recommend at spending at least two nights exploring this area.
Torres del Paine
This pristine place is found in the heart of Chilean Patagonia. UNESCO declared it as a biosphere reserve due to the clean waters that form glaciers, lagoons and waterfalls and the unique flora and fauna.