United States of America


The climate of the Americas varies significantly from region to region. Tropical rainforest climate occurs in the latitudes of the Amazon, American Cloud forests and Florida. Often the higher altitudes like the Rocky Mountains, are snow capped. Southeastern North America is well known for its occurrence of tornadoes and hurricanes. Often parts of the Caribbean are also exposed to hurricanes. These weather systems are formed by the collision of dry, cool air from Canada and wet, warm air from the Atlantic.


There are several currencies used within the Americas. Below is a list of the most commonly exchanged. 

Argentina: Argentine Peso (ARS)
Brazil: Brazilian real (BRL)
Canada: Canadian dollar (CAD)
Costa Rica: Costa Rican colon( CRC)
Mexico: Mexican peso (MXN)
USA: US dollar (USD)


Christianity and roman Catholicism are the largest religions prevalent in the Americas.

Couples will love

Couples will love the rich culture the south has to offer, the incredible history in the north and the white-sand beaches of Central America. The America's has it all!

Best time to go

The USA is considered to be at its best in the summer, but to avoid the crowds try to visit in September and October when the peak season is over but the weather in USA is still nice and comfortable. Further north, Canada is best during the Autumn, particularly September and October. In South America the peak season is from December to March, with Spring and Autumn the best time to visit Buenos Aires. Late April and September are also the best.

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