Machu Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, commonly referred to as ‘Lost City of Incas’. When visiting Peru, your holiday vacation can never be complete without landing in Machu Picchu.
Rio De Janeiro is a world famous city particularly because of its annual carnival, laidback beach culture and the city’s breathtaking landscape. The city’s harbor forms a unique ocean entry which makes it appear like mouth of a river.
Iguazu Falls in Brazil is one of the world’s greatest wonders which translate to ‘big water’. Situated at the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, the falls have been listed as one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Located along the coastline of South Atlantic, Uruguay is in South America and borders Brazil and Argentina to the north and west respectively. After Suriname, it is the next smallest nation in the region.
Paraguay is located in South America and it is a landlocked territory. The country supports its economy through its incredibly abundant natural resources. Additionally, Bordering is home to the largest reservoir for drinking water in the world at Guarani Aquifer.
The South American country of Argentina boasts of having a long coastline at the southern parts of Atlantic Ocean which makes it a hot spot for both international and local tourism. Argentina is a large county country and it is home to both the lowest and highest points in South America which are the Cerro Aconcagua Mountain and Laguna Del Carbon respectively.
Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is the largest salt flat in the world. It is a place where you will find dozens of photographers trying their best to capture this unique landscape. When visiting South West Bolivia, you will be landing at Salar de Uyuni during your 3 or 4 day vacation.
Chile is a country that stretches along the South American coast hedging itself between Pacific Ocean and the Ades. It borders Argentina, Bolivia and Peru to the easy, north east and north respectively. Its wide spread coastline is over 5000 km along South Pacific Ocean.