5. UruguayAnother country that doesn’t have such a cheap cost of living is Uruguay, but what it has of expensive, it has of beautiful! The capital, Montevideo, is full of amazing hostels to volunteer. Not to mention that Punta del Este, one of the most famous beaches in the country and in South America is also full of hostels to choose from.A month in this country is too short to get to know all the places, people and cute accents they have out there (and beware of falling in love with the gorgeous and conquering guys, eh!) and get used to the idea that you will become addicted to Uruguayan Mate.Before you travel to Uruguay, be sure to read about the 12 best places to visit in Uruguay.
Experiences like this serve to show you that many times our fears are so absurd that we can even miss the opportunity to make new and incredible friends and to know places where we could learn many things.Of course it is always good to be alert in these situations at the first moment, although the ideal is to trust your intuition, our senses are never wrong, although many times our survival instinct exaggerates a little.I hope you liked this list of cities to travel alone in South America!
Places in America
Rio de Janeiro, BrazilThe Christ the Redeemer and the Ipanema Beaches have established it as one of the most visited cities in Latin America, with a variety of trails, scenic roads and viewpoints from which to contemplate its exuberant natural and cultural wealth.6.
Los Cabos, Baja CaliforniaThe point where the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean embrace affirms its status as a mecca of luxury hospitality in Mexico with properties that stand out for the excellence of their services. With the gastronomic touch that only Mexican culture can bring to life. 7.
San José, Costa RicaFilled with sites of interest, nature and colors that reflect the history of a people, the Costa Rican capital is vital to embark on new adventures in one of the countries with the greatest biodiversity in the world.9.
Mexico City, MexicoThanks to its cosmopolitan nature, infinite historical highlights, vast cultural, gastronomic and entertainment offerings, it will prevail as a pole of attraction for travelers from different parts of the country and the world. If you are preparing your next trip, think about these 10 tourist destinations that Latin America has for you, it has never been so safe and practical to travel, at GHL Hotels, we always strive for your welfare and likewise, we are prepared to welcome you with all possible health measures.
Welcome to one of the destinations to visit in South America, cheap tourist destination and currently among the favorite attractions of Colombia, where you will have the opportunity to see the starry sky and make wishes every time you see a shooting star pass by.
Its scenic details are perfect for photography lovers, its silence for those seeking a little disconnection, its sky for those who love to contemplate the immensity and perfect for those who want to camp or there are also options of inns and boutique hotels. It accommodates all tastes.
You will pass through Uramba, Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero, places that will not only manifest themselves for their mystical, architectural and beautiful scenic legacy, but also for the variety of entertainment you will find, such as hiking, ATV rentals, gampling and ziplining.
It may be a bit far from the Chilean capital (780 km south of Santiago), but it is worth traveling by train to the city of Pucón to explore one of the best areas of the country: Araucanía. Pucon is surrounded by the Villarrica volcano, a magnificent tourist destination in South America, especially for lovers of extreme sports.
Perito Moreno Glacier
South America is one of the areas of the world with the highest concentration of wonders among which we can find incredible archaeological remains, impressive natural wonders and such rich cultures that it is very difficult to resist.
South America, South America or South America (also called South America, South America, South America or Southern Continent) is the southern subcontinent of America, is crossed by the equatorial line at its northern end, thus being most of its territory within the southern hemisphere.
They say that behind all the wonders of nature there is one or more legends; and with the Salar de Uyuni could not be different: Tunupa, which is currently a volcano located near the Salar, was a beautiful woman, very appreciated by all and had many lovers. Finally, she ended up marrying one of them and had several children; but one day this couple had a fight. At that moment, the husband, without thinking too much, took his newborn son and left home never to return.