The world’s fourth largest continent covers an exceptional 6,800,000 square meters (17,840,000 km), home to some of the most spectacular landscapes, ruins, cities, intrigues and inequalities on the planet. From the impenetrable jungle of the Darien in Colombia to the Antarctic waters of the Beagle Channel in Argentina, South America has much to dazzle any visitor.
When the User has to interrupt his/her trip due to death of the insured or family member, illness or medical condition, scheduled organ transplant of the insured, traffic accident, uninhabitable home of the insured, recession or dismissal of the insured.
In the event that the Insured is unable to travel on his/her own due to an accident or illness, he/she will be transported to a health center near his/her location to receive medical attention in case of emergency, by ground transportation (ambulance or cab).
In the event that the User requests an appointment due to recurrent dental pain or discomfort during his/her trip, whether it is an injury, oral infection, tooth popped out or broken during his/her trip, and requires immediate treatment by a dentist.
Chile is a fascinating destination that enchants all travelers who arrive there. It offers many adventure activities, diverse landscapes, an immense wine production and rich gastronomy. In addition, San Pedro de Atacama is considered by scientists as one of the best places on the planet to observe the stars.
If you decide to travel to Chile, you can also visit the houses of the poet Pablo Neruda, Easter Island or Rapa Nui, with its large stone statues or Moai, and taste, in addition to wine, the pisco sour, typical drink of the Chilean country.
Mexico is also one of the best countries to visit in Latin America. You will find a lot of history that will transport you to different times. You can, for example, visit colonial cities, such as Guanajuato, Zacatecas, Queretaro and Morelia. The country mixes different cultures with many colors and beauty that make Mexico a destination full of traditions, such as the well-known celebration of the Day of the Dead.
You can also visit the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, its many museums, especially in Mexico D.C., take advantage of its beaches, its food – already named Intangible Heritage of Humanity – the local handicrafts and its landscapes.
Scalpel. Hammer. You’re not going to operate on a knee, you’re going to Latin America! We know your family has been shaking their heads when they heard that you are going on a trip to South America because they may have heard that it is not at all safe to travel. We’re going to try to help you put her mind at ease. You can also drop the self-defense classes that you won’t need, at least on your trip!
At the accommodation it can be a great help to ask the staff and find out which areas are the least safe, but not the most dangerous, so you can avoid them. In addition, there are a number of mobile applications for traveling to South America that are sure to be of great help, blessed technology!
Two more things: don’t drink tap water! In some countries the water is not even drinkable, in others it is, but your body, not being used to it, may react to the difference. Also take into consideration that there are areas in South America at high altitudes and you can experience the so-called altitude sickness, nothing will happen to you and it is as simple as drinking plenty of water (bottled) and rest or go down from wherever you are.
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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