President Obama Wraps Up First Trip Through Latin America

President Obama just wrapped up his first trip as President of the United States to Latin America. He had to cut his trip a little short due to the crisis in Libya and the decision to intervene, but he was still able to hit all his planned stops in Brazil, Chile and El Salvador.

With his whole family in tow, President Obama met with President Dilma Rousseff, Sebastian Pinera and Mauricio Funes before hopping back on Air Force One to return to Washington DC.

Click through our gallery to get a glimpse of the President and his family in Latin America!

1. Obama in Latin America: Brazil

President Barack Obama, right, accompanied by Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, waves as he arrives at the Palacio do Alvorada in Brasilia, Brazil, Saturday, March 19, 2011. Obama arrived in Brazil on Saturday for the start of a three-country, five-day tour of Latin America.

2. Obama in Latin America: Christ the Redeemer

President Barack Obama with first lady Michelle Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha, right, tour the Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro, Sunday, March 20, 2011.

3. Obama in Latin America: Chile

President Barack Obama, far right, and first lady Michelle Obama with Chilean President Sebastian Pinera, far left, and his wife Cecilia Morel, during a toast before the official dinner at La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, Monday, March 21, 2011.

4. Obama in Latin America: El Salvador

First Lady Michelle Obama, President Barack Obama, El Salvador's President Mauricio Funes and first lady Vanda Pignato at a welcoming ceremony in San Salvador, El Salvador, Tuesday March 22, 2011. Obama ended his Latin America tour with a two-day visit to El Salvador.

5. Obama in Latin America: Romero's Tomb

President Barack Obama with Monsignor Jose Escobar, left, and President of El Salvador Mauricio Funes, right, stop at the tomb of Archbishop Oscar Romero, during a tour of the National Cathedral in San Salvador, El Salvador, Tuesday, March 22, 2011.

6. Obama in Latin America: Related Links