The Climate and Geography of Puerto Rico

Nobody wants rain during a tropical vacation, but precipitation is very much a part of life in Puerto Rico. Learn more about the island’s climate and its three main geographic regions: mountains, coastal lowlands, and karst country.

The Terrain and Geography of Guatemala

Guatemala is the third-largest country in Central America. It occupies 42,042 square miles, making it about the size of Tennessee. The country shares borders with Mexico, Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador. Within Guatemala’s relatively small area are 14 distinct ecosystems found at elevations varying from sea level to higher than 4,200 meters (14,000 feet).

The Geography of Argentina

The world’s eighth-largest country, most of Argentina is temperate lowlands, but its natural landscapes range from northeastern subtropical wetlands to the endless pampas grasslands, Andean uplands, and sprawling Patagonian steppes.