French Guiana climate: when to go to French Guiana

Market, Kourou, French Guiana. Author Arria Belli. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The climate of French Guiana is equatorial, warm and humid with little change in temperatures during the year, the annual average is 27°C, the average minimum temperatures remain stable throughout the year at around 23°C, while average maximum temperatures range ...

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French Guiana: a piece of equatorial France

Îles du Salut, French Guiana. Author Didwin973. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

French Guyana (Guyane Française) is a French overseas department located just north of the equator in the north-eastern part of South America. It is situated to the north on the Atlantic Ocean and borders to the west with Suriname and ...

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Paraguay climate: when to go to Paraguay

The Jesuit mission Jesús de Tavarangué, Paraguay. Author Patty P. No Copyright

The climate of much of Paraguay is sub-tropical, with the rainy season during the austral summer from October to April. Average annual rainfall is about 1,000 mm in Asunción area, about 1.500 mm in the forest eastern regions, and 800 ...

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Paraguay: great rivers, savannahs and forests

Asunción, Paraguay. Author Felipe Antonio. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Paraguay (República del Paraguay/Tetã Paraguái/Republic of Paraguay) is a presidential republic located in the central southern part of South America, bordered to the north by Bolivia, to the east by Brazil and to the south and west by Argentina. Asunción, ...

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South Georgia climate: when to go to South Georgia

Church, Grytviken, South Georgia. Author Wofratz. No Copyright

South Georgia has a cold climate, often windy and cloudy, with a few variations between different seasons. The coasts towards the north-east are less exposed to winds coming from Antarctica and have a slightly milder microclimate. On the island are ...

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South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

South Georgia. Author Sascha Grabow. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are a British overseas territory situated in the South Atlantic. The island of South Georgia is about 1,400 km east-southeast of the Falkland Islands and to the north of Antarctica between 54°-55°S, 36°-38°W. ...

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Falkland Islands climate: when to go to the Falkland

Saunders Island, Falkland Islands. Author Ryan Holliday. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The climate of the Falkland Islands is temperate-cold oceanic, greatly influenced by the cold Antarctic currents. The Falkland Islands are just over 1,200 km north of Antarctica, so the islands also suffer from their south latitude, between 51 ° S ...

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Falkland Islands: migratory birds, whales, penguins and seals

East Falkland Island, Falkland Islands. Author Travellers & Tinkers. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The Falkland Islands (Falkland Islands or Islas Malvinas in Spanish) are located in the southern Atlantic Ocean 450 km east of the south-eastern Argentine coast and north-east of Tierra del Fuego. The Falkland archipelago, a British overseas territory, is formed ...

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Suriname climate: when to go to Suriname

Forest Suriname. Author David Evers (Daveness_98). Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The climate of Suriname is equatorial, the temperatures are warm and stable throughout the year and the humidity is high, the average maximum temperatures are around 29 ° C/33 ° C and the average minimum temperatures are 22 ° C/23 ...

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Suriname: numerous ethnic groups and rainforest

Waterkant, Paramaribo, Surinam. Author MH. No Copyright

Suriname (Republiek van Suriname/Republic of Suriname) is a republic located just north of the equator in the north-eastern part of South America. It is washed to the north by the Atlantic Ocean and it borders to the west with Guyana, ...

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Uruguay climate: when to go to Uruguay

Punta Del Este, Uruguay. Author ilkerender. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The climate in Uruguay is temperate oceanic type, with average maximum and minimum temperatures in June, respectively of 15 ° C and 7 ° C,  and in January, respectively of 28 ° C and 18 ° C. The rains are well distributed throughout the year, ...

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Uruguay: Gauchos, seaside resorts and beaches

Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay. Autor Leandro Palacios. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Uruguay (República Oriental del Uruguay/Eastern Republic of Uruguay) is a presidential republic located in the central southern part of South America, bordered to the north and north-east by Brazil, to the west by Argentina and faces to the south the ...

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Peru climate: when to go to Peru

Machu Picchu, Perú. Author and Copyright Nello and Nadia Lubrina

The climate of Peru, because of its considerable size from north to south and the difference in height between the various areas of the country, is very different. The climate of the country is greatly influenced by the presence of ...

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Peru: Inca culture and Andean landscapes

Inca fortress of Sacsayhuaman, Cuzco, Perú. Author and Copyright Nello and Nadia Lubrina

Peru (República del Perú/Republic of Peru) is a presidential republic located in central western South America. The country is washed by the Pacific Ocean to the west and bordered to the north by Colombia and Ecuador, to the east by ...

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Ecuador climate: when to go to Ecuador

Cotopaxi Volcano, Ecuador. Autor Lion Hirth. No Copyright

Despite being a small country, Ecuador has a considerable difference in climate, this is caused mainly by different altitude of the climatic zones of the country. The coast along the Pacific Ocean has a warm and humid tropical climate with ...

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Ecuador: Andes, volcanoes and nature

Metropolitan Cathedral of Quito, Ecuador. Autor putneymark. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Ecuador (República del Ecuador/Republic of Ecuador) is a presidential republic located on both sides of the equator in the north-west of South America. It is washed by the Pacific to the west, borders to the north with Colombia and to ...

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Colombia climate: when to go to Colombia

Playa Cristal, Parque Tayrona, Santa Marta, Colombia. Author Hugo Quintero. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The climate of Colombia, because of proximity to the equator presents temperatures suffering only slight variations during the year, but they vary greatly depending on the height. Caribbean Coast of Colombia climate Along the Caribbean coast in the north of ...

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Colombia: a country with multiple and diverse landscapes

Valle de Cocora, Colombia. Author McKay Savage. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Colombia (República de Colombia/Republic of Colombia) is a presidential republic, located along the equator on the north-west side of South America. It is washed to the west by the Pacific Ocean and to the north by the Caribbean Sea and ...

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Chile climate: when to go to Chile

Lauca National Park and Parinacota Volcano, Chile. Autor mtchm. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The extension of Chile for more than 4,600 km from north to south makes the country affected by various types of climate, in the north is the desertic and semi-arid climate characterizing the Atacama desert and the north coast, then ...

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Chile country of contrasts: deserts, mountains and glaciers

Torres del Paine, Chile. Author Miguel Vieira. No Copyright

Chile (República de Chile/Republic of Chile) is a presidential republic situated in the south-west of South America. It is washed by the Pacific Ocean to the west, to the north it borders with Peru, to the north-east with Bolivia and ...

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Brasilia climate: when to go to Brasilia

Congresso Nacional, Brasilia, Brazil. Author Gribiche (Rob Sinclair). Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Brasilia has a tropical climate of altitude typical of tropical savannas, being more than 1,100 meters above sea level the temperatures are mild and never too hot or too cold, the average annual temperature is 21.2 ° C. The seasons ...

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Brasilia: a masterpiece of futuristic architecture

Catedral Metropolitana, Brasilia, Brazil. Author Victor SoaresABr. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, rises around an artificial lake, the lake Paranoá , at more than 1,150 meters of altitude in the plateau of Goiás (Planalto Central). Administratively the area of Brasilia is called the Federal District. The territory is almost completely ...

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São Paulo climate: when to go to São Paulo

Ponte Estaiada Octavio Frias, São Paulo, Brazil. Author Marcosleal. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The city of São Paulo has a sub-tropical climate, with seasons quite variable, generally speaking, the winters are mild and relatively dry and the summers are hot and very rainy. Being close to the sea, the winds coming from the ...

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São Paulo: the megalopolis of Brazil

São Paulo, Brazil. Author Erick. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, as well as a major center of trade, industry and finance in the country, with a population of over 11 million inhabitants, which grow to about 22,000,000 considering the metropolitan area of ...

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Rio de Janeiro climate: when to go to Rio de Janeiro

Sugarloaf (Pão de Açúcar), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Author and copyright Marco Ramerini

The climate of the city of Rio de Janeiro is tropical marine, hot and humid. Based on the rainfall we have two seasons, a rainy season between December and April, and a relatively dry season, between May and November. Temperatures vary ...

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Rio de Janeiro: one of the most beautiful bays in the world

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Author and copyright Marco Ramerini

The city of Rio de Janeiro is in one of the most beautiful bays in the world, the Bay of Guanabara, in a natural setting without equal, dotted with coves, famous beaches such as Copacabana and Ipanema, and mountain formations with ...

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Recife climate: when to go to Recife

Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini.

The city of Recife has a tropical maritime climate with slight variations in seasonal temperatures, but characterized by rainfalls. Based on the rainfall there may, in fact, distinguish two seasons, the first one is wet and rainy which roughly corresponds ...

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Recife: the Venice of Brazil

Market, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Recife, capital of Pernambuco state, has 1,700,000 inhabitants, while its metropolitan area has a population of over 3.7 million, along with Salvador ( Bahia) and Fortaleza, the capital of Pernambuco is one of the most important industrial cities in the ...

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Beaches of Fernando de Noronha

Praia do Leão, Fernando de Noronha, Brazil. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The major tourist attractions of the island of Fernando de Noronha are undoubtedly many beaches and the transparency and color of the sea, but are also very spectacular cliffs that characterize much of the coastline. The island has a total ...

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Fernando de Noronha climate: when to go to Fernando de Noronha

Morro do Pico, Fernando de Noronha, Brazil. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The climate of Fernando de Noronha is tropical, with two well-defined seasons, a rainy season from February to July and a dry season from August to January. The island is in fact just south of the equator so temperatures vary ...

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