South America

Mountains and rivers on the road to Puyo, Ecuador - Flickr CC maveric2003

Ecuador is a great destination for those in search of ruins, salt flats, and charming colonial cities. The country is also home to petrified forests, tropical forest, cloud forests with animal and plant life, and more. It is unlike any place on earth. Here are just some of the places to consider in your itinerary […]

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Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia - Flickr CC galeria_miradas

There is nothing better than taking your holiday in a region that is blessed to have superb sites. Bolivia located in South America is a landlocked country with an estimated population of 10 million people. It has varying climate conditions ranging from polar climates to the tropics. The top 5 attractions in Bolivia that you […]

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Ipanema Beach, Rio de Janeiro - Flickr CC over-kind-man

It may not be the nation’s capital, but Rio de Janeiro offers a myriad of possibilities for the sun-seeker and adventurist alike. This is a city where you don’t have to look too hard to keep yourself entertained.  It’s by far one of the most lively cities in all of South America. Hang-gliding It may […]

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Rottura del ghiaccio - Caida de Hielo - Ice wall collapsing - Perito Moreno

Located in Los Glaciares National Park in the southern province of Santa Cruz, this glacier is one of the most visited attractions in Patagonia. It’s one of the only three glaciers in the world that is growing, and it also has one of the largest fresh water reserves in the world and in all of […]

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Plaza de Armas, Cusco

During the Inca period, this plaza was known as “the Square of the Warrior” and also acted as the centre of the capital in Peru. The plaza is a great place to take in the history and relax while you get acclimatized to the high altitude. Address: Plaza de Armas, Cusco Admission: Free Flickr image […]

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Cristo redentor

The statue of Christ Redeemer is an iconic monument in Rio de Janeiro’s skyline. At 130 ft tall it is the fifth largest statue of Christ, and the largest Art Deco statue in the world. On any given day the clouds roll over Cristo Redentor as he stands guard over the city.  As one of the […]

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San Telmo

San Telmo is the oldest neighbourhood in all of Buenos Aires, Argentina and it is perhaps best known for the weekly fair that takes place every Sunday from 10am to 4pm. You can expect to find plenty of antiques, books by foreign and national authors, music, handcrafted leather goods, traditional street food, souvenirs, as well […]

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Balcones de Lima

Plaza de Armas de Lima, also known as Plaza Mayor, is at the centre of the city’s historic district and a main attraction of Peru. The plaza is flanked by churches and government buildings including the Government Palace, the Cathedral of Lima, the Archbishop’s Palace of Lima, the Municipal Palace, and the Palace of the […]

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