South America

Bahía Portete - Kaurrele National Natural Park: A Coastal Eden at the Edge of Colombia

Located on the La Guajira Peninsula, at the northernmost tip of Colombia, the Bahía Portete - Kaurrele National Natural Park boasts a stunning coastline. It sits between Cabo de la Vela and Punta Gallinas and is known as the northernmost National Park in South America. This sanctuary is where the Caribbean Sea meets the arid La Guajira Desert, creating a unique and beautiful natural landscape.

Bahuaja-Sonene National Park: A Peruvian Amazon Jewel

Deep within the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, nestled in the departments of Madre de Dios and Puno, lies the breathtaking Bahuaja-Sonene National Park, a protected area that has captured the imagination of nature lovers and conservationists alike. This vast expanse harbors some of the world's wildest and least-impacted habitats, a true testament to the region's remarkable biodiversity and ecological significance of the area.

Bicentenario-Ayacucho Biosphere Reserve: Nature, History, and Culture in Peru's Central Andes

In the heart of Peru's Central Andes lies the Bicentenario-Ayacucho Biosphere Reserve, surrounded by a breathtaking collage of mountains and valleys. This protected wilderness sanctuary is of tremendous ecological and cultural importance, enriched with historical, religious, and social values. It has been designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve due to its unparalleled environmental and cultural significance.