Are you looking for a random city in Latin America and the Caribbean? This generator picks you a random Latin American city to visit.
Latin America can be defined in many ways. This random destination generator uses a loose definition that includes all the countries of South and Central America as well as Mexico and the Caribbean. I have also included cities from territories of other countries such as Aruba (the Netherlands) and Virgin Islands (the U.S.).
I’ve explained the contents of this generator at the end of this page. However, you can simply skip the details and hop straight into action.
Random City in Latin America and the Caribbean
Click the button below to get your random city in Latin America and the Caribbean!
Your random Latin American city is…
Special thanks to my friend Lauri for creating the original code for the generator.
About this Random Generator
This random generator is part of a series of random city generators. I have also created randomizers for other regions such as Europe and Africa. You can see the full list of random generators on the page Random Generators (!xlinkki).
Some entries in the random city picker include links to my blog posts that I wrote during my 2-year trip around the world. During that time, I spent 4.5 months in Latin America, mostly in Mexico. I wrote very few blog posts at that time, so there aren’t many links on the generator.
The random generator is based on Wikipedia’s list of cities with more than 100,000 people. However, I’ve limited the entries to a maximum of 10 cities per country to balance the randomizer. This is because I wanted to give small countries a chance to appear in the randomizer. Including 300+ Brazilian cities wouldn’t have helped with that goal.
If you use this generator to pick a random travel destination in Latin America, I’d love to hear about it! You can share your results in the comments below. You can also use my other generator to pick a random country in the region: Random Country in Latin America and the Caribbean (Random Destination).
The picture at the top is from my visit to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.