South america countries to travel



FoodEating in Bolivia is very cheap. For me, the best option is to eat at the market stalls or at the “family lunch” places, where they will serve you a starter + main course + soup + dessert for USD 3 or less. Depending on where you come from, maybe the first few days you will find that they are not the cleanest places, but there is no doubt that the food is very fresh since most of the people eat there and there is a large rotation. ExcursionsThe most likely thing that will make your budget skyrocket in Bolivia are the tours you take, as there are some places you will surely want to visit that you cannot go alone, such as the Uyuni Salt Flat, for example, a classic 3 days / 2 nights tour to the Uyuni Salt Flat will cost you between USD 80 – 120, plus the entrance fee to the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Reserve, which costs another USD 22. This can be reduced by bargaining (as I said before, it is essential in Bolivia), getting a price if you travel with someone else and not entering the Reserve, but to give you an idea, the excursions are what can add the most to your budget.Discover 16 things to do in Bolivia, the cheapest country in South America and be sure to read these tips to combat altitude sickness.2- Paraguay

South America countries and regions

Atacama Desert A landscape that looks like something out of Mars. The Atacama Desert, in northern Chile, is the driest non-polar desert on Earth. It is a geographical space delimited on one side by the Pacific Ocean and on the other by the Andes. It is an area rich in mining; but it attracts world tourism for its landscapes, for a certain mysticism related to the ancestral cultures that inhabited it, and also for the sky: it is the best place on the planet to observe the firmament. It is the mecca of astronomical tourism and the location of some of the most important astronomical complexes in the world.

Atacama Desert

Recently a travel and work index was launched, showing destinations that offer the perfect combination for these two activities, where Chile is shown as a good option for teleworking.

The world has changed and has become an increasingly dynamic and flexible place, permeating all spheres of life.  Work, for example, is no longer the place where we go, since through a computer connected to the Internet we can work from anywhere. So why work from home, when you can work from another city anywhere in the world, and go out and explore in your free time?

With this point in mind, a specific tool can be consulted in the index that allows you to obtain information on destinations that are not only the best for remote work, but also those that adapt to the office hours to which the travelers report and/or the work schedules of the clients.

Places in North America

Want an amazing vacation but you’re on a tight budget? You don’t need to fly to another continent to do it, in South America there are fantastic places to visit. Here are 10 inexpensive destinations to visit.

But the picture is very different on other beaches and in the city center. You can find rooms for two people from 15 dollars a night in hostels, while mid-range hotels start at 30 dollars.

If you like adrenaline, a good option is to visit the WMDR Yungas Road, a scenic road that you can ride a bike or walk. It has incredible high altitude landscapes and beautiful waterfalls.

In this place you can also find fairly inexpensive accommodations: a double room in a hostel costs from 10 dollars, while a mid-range hotel can cost 30 dollars per night.

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