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With rainforests that provide 20% of the world’s oxygen and remnants from ancient Incan cities, South America's a continent swimming in sensational beauty. Boasting world-famous waterfalls, drool-inducing cuisine and a feverish passion for soccer that resonates across all its cities, the fiestas are loud, the dancing’s dramatic and nobody goes to bed before sunrise. From its European past to its fiercely proud people, one visit to South America and your jaw will be on the floor. Yep, she really is one attractive lady; a Latin belleza that stuns her guests every month of the year.
You’ll find famed vineyards and ruby-red Malbec in Argentina, alpacas in Machu Picchu and Christ the Redeemer in Rio. It’s one mixed-bag of diverse treasures. Just remember, the whole continent runs to an entirely different time frame. Mornings aren’t for breakfast in South America, oh no. They’re for hailing cabs and going home; and when most people are putting on their PJs and slipping into bed, Sam (that’s South America to you and I) is just about getting ready to go out.
Chile’s breath-taking diversity can create a dilemma for travellers – how do you fit everything in? Travel to the out-of-this world arid moonscapes of the Atacama Desert at the northern tip with its hot springs, geysers, active volcanoes and ancient ruins.
A feast for all senses, Argentina keeps travellers entranced for weeks. From the aroma of sizzling beef steaks and the icy sensation of trekking a glacier, the passion of a street tango or the spray from the world’s most magnificent waterfalls, Argentina delivers it all.
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People are the essence of the country, and while Brazil is home to a multitude of ethnic groups, there are some characteristics that everyone shares – fiery energy and passion! Watch a soccer game along with thousands of dancing, drumming and singing spectators.
A realm of lost empires from the Incas to the Spanish Conquistadors, Peru is the perfect blend of intriguing history, fascinating cultures and stunning natural landscapes. Peru is also home to South America’s most famed attraction and one
of the new seven wonders of the world – Machu Picchu.
Bolivia's natural landscapes and collection of wildlife is about as diverse as your imagination can stretch - frantic piranha and river dolphins are part of the attraction in visiting Bolivia. Its remote location perched in the Andes Mountains has facilitated in keeping its ancient traditions alive.
will spot the locals straightaway – men with their pony tails and ponchos and women with braided hair and frilled blouses. Ecuador is overflowing with grand things wrapped in a small parcel; and each day of your journey through this country will stun you.
Colombia takes its name from Christopher Columbus who first laid foot on these lands, although he did not discover them. The rich historic past is visible in cities that maintain an intact colonial patrimony. It is seen on the streets, residences and churches of Cartagena, Mompox, Giron and Bogotá.
Are you planning your next trip to South America? Want to learn more about this destination? Or looking for ideas and inspiration for your next holiday? Here is where you can find our featured articles on South America.
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