Top Ten Most Interesting Latin American CountriesLatin America has some of the most interesting countries in the world, here's the most interesting countries in Latin America. Without further ado, let's start!
The Top Ten
Mexico is the most interesting lain american country in my opinion, overall maybe even in the whole world! Mexico has such an interesting culture and great foods like tacos, and the so interesting aztec people were from Mexico, who are in my opinion the most interesting people who ever lived on the planet! I just find this country so interesting! - darthvadern
I'm mexican! and trust me, this pais apesta mucho...
Not bragging, but we have about half of the Ancient Civilizations of South America along with Bolivia and Ecuador.
Deciding between Peru and Mexico was hard, but I just found Mexico somewaht more interesting, however this country was close to beat Mexico! From Peru is where the so interesting mountain people known as the Inca came from who are so interesting! Machu Pichu is such a gorgeous and interesting place! Peru is easly near the top! - darthvadern
The biggest country in South America as well as Latin America is of course on the list! This country has the biggest rain forest in all of the world, Amazonas, there's tons of different and interesting species there! This country also has some cool cities and beaches - darthvadern
Well, South America as whole is in my opinion the most interesting continent on the planet and Peru, Ecuador and Paraguay are the biggest reasons why.The republic of the equator, I said it because ecuador means equator. Such a cool country! The galapagos islands also belong to Ecuador! And in one of the cities: Guayaquil, you can actually find iguanas on the street! This country deserves to be high up! - darthvadern
In my humble opinion, Argentina has by far the most interesting history in Latin America.
Argentina was once one of the richest nations on earth, but bad management and corruption have made its GDP per capita to fade away over time. However, Argentina remains one of the best countries to live in Latin America, with one of the highest standards of living.
Argentina is also very progressive compared to most Latin American nations, with he possible exception of Uruguay. Argentina was the second country in the Americas to legalize gay marriage in 2010, after Canada. Argentina almost legalized abortion last year, in much of Latin America, abortion is not even a discussion.
Argentina may have lots of problems, but its undeniable that it remains one of the best countries in the region.
Bolivia is known as the heart of South America and for good reason! Basically Bolivia has one of the best enviroments in South America and there's so much interesting stuff about Bolivia! There's two capital cities, yes, two capital cities! La Paz which is located in the middle of the Ands and it's tricky to get out of, and Sucre which is also located in the Ands, but more east to the jungles. The country is usually divided into two parts, Collas in the mountains of the Ands to the west and Cambas, the biggest one in the jungle to the east, and these regions are completely different from each other, it's just so interesting - darthvadern
Paraguay is one of those very mysterious and interesting countries, something interesting about Paraguay is that the nort-west part AKA 60% of the land is pretty much completely uninhabited which is a huge and open plain, it doesn't have too many tourists but it's such an interesting country - darthvadern
Arguably the least known country in South America and thus I find I really interesting! Tons of swamps can be found as well as jungles. It's also the only french-speaking South American country - darthvadern
Well I guess so, but I recognize it as its own country because of how different it is, but it is actually classified as one - darthvadern
I didn't make enough research since Suriname and Guyana or Belize are classified as latin american, but oh well they are still interesting - darthvadern
Of the three unknown pearls of South America: Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, this one's the most interesting! I don't know why but something about it really catches my interests, there's tons of jungles here, tehy drive on the left side of the road and Paramaribo is one gorgeous capital city - darthvadern
The last dictatorship of South America, this country is ruled by Nicolas Maduro and has ruled the country as 2013. It is also considered the most dangerous South American country, thus it is interesting in my opinion, Caracas, a dangerous yet cool looking capital city, I find it interesting - darthvadern
Its food and beutiful places are just irresistible.
A country to the west of Suriname, Guyana is the biggest country of the three unknown pearls of South America when it comes to size. This country actually has a savannah too, to the south-west and that's quite rare for a South American country - darthvadern