How to travel around south america

Requirements for travel in South America


DiscoverAmerica is the perfect destination for group travelAmerica is one of the most complete destinations for organized group travel, from North America, through Central America and the Caribbean to South America, with a great variety of incredible landscapes, climates, interesting traditions and cultures to discover.

DELICIOUS GASTRONOMYAs a result of the fusion of many cultures, the gastronomy of the Americas is very varied and rich in flavors. A good Mexican hot chili, an American hamburger, a Peruvian ceviche…

Traveling in South America

3- Easter Island, Chile (via David Berkowitz): Some 3,600 kilometers away from mainland Chile, Easter Island is very popular worldwide because of the moai, huge stone statues scattered across the island. Apart from that, visitors can enjoy a sunny day on its beaches and go surfing, diving or snorkeling.

5- Uyuni Salt Flat, Bolivia (via Lime884): The impressive Salar de Uyuni, located some 3,656 meters above sea level, is the largest of its kind in the world and serves as inspiration for photographers looking for the perfect occasion to capture fantasy photos. It is often visited as part of a 3 to 4 day tour.

6- Angel Falls, Venezuela (via ENT108): Located within the Camaima National Park, this wonder of nature has a height of 979 meters, making it the highest waterfall on the planet. Even more interesting is its distant location and difficult access (it can only be reached by small plane and then by canoe), making Angel Falls an attraction not so frequented by people.

Budget for traveling in South America by car

The Colombian capital has become an important business center in Latin America. It is the gateway for millions of tourists visiting the country and has become a cosmopolitan pearl full of culture, art and good vibes. Find out what to see in Bogota and discover the Colombian capital.

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Traveling in South America alone

In this article I will share with you my tips for backpacking in South America alone – or with friends – so that you can plan your first trip in the simplest way possible and be the basis for many other trips that will surely come later.Before you start, you don’t need to have defined what you are going to do day by day before leaving on your trip, but you should have a general idea of what destinations you want to visit. This will allow you to organize a logical route and not waste your time and money in traveling from one end of a country to the other several times.  As you may have already seen in the map, South America is a huge continent, and in terms of logistics it is nothing like traveling in Europe, so my advice is to write down all the places you are interested in, dividing them by country. Then you can place them on the map to make a meaningful tour depending on the time you have available. Remember that less is more, and that wanting to cover everything will lead you to know nothing in depth. 1. Traveling in South America: The luggage

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