While we already know that North America boasts great casino resorts like Las Vegas, these days you can find casino gaming should you choose to travel south of the border as well. At one time Mexico had very strict gaming laws, but these were relaxed, leading to the opening of the spectacular Caliente Casino four years later. This is definitely the first place you should go to gamble and it has thousands of both table and slot machine games to offer a choice second to none amongst that country’s casinos.
If you can tear yourself away from Mexico and the delights of the Caliente, why not make Uruguay your next port of call. The Conrad Casino is a lot older than the Caliente, but also boasts a more fascinating history, as well as a games choice to match its Mexican rival. The decor suggests a Las Vegas casino, but the Conrad is South American all the way, featuring games like Punto Banco as well as more common casino faves. It has a real sense of prestige about it; making it somewhere anyone interested in more than just the games will want to check out while in South America.
It is not only the big countries like Uruguay and Mexico that the casino industry has reached though, the small country of Suriname is also a gambler’s paradise these days. The Golden Truly Casino, located in the capital city of Paramaribo, is one worth checking out there, featuring a 12,000 square foot gaming area packed with slot and table games which is important to have nowadays as companies such as GamingClub.com have been around since 1994, with quite a large amount of games having amassed in such times.
To add to this there is always new competition appearing. However, if you want a South American casino experience that is genuinely unique, why not try the little Torarica Casino in the same country. There are 160 slot machines here, but just four gaming tables (blackjack and roulette). It canít compete in games terms, but it is a quiet, cosy place to gamble, away from the tourist hubbub.