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12 of the Best Places to Visit in South America

Gaurav Kadam Sep 24, 2019
Bustling with ancient civilizations, majestic peaks, evergreen forests, rushing rivers, delectable food, and vibrant carnivals, the continent of South America is tailor-made to kindle the daredevil in you.

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Angel Falls, Venezuela

Marvel at the breathtaking beauty of the world’s highest uninterrupted waterfall.

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Machu Picchu, Peru

Dive deep into history at the 15th century built site surrounded by lush greenery.

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Let’s do the Samba or play football on one of the spectacular beaches of the marvelous City.

Tayrona National Natural Park, Colombia

Resembling a miniature Jurassic Park, catch a glimpse of the diverse wildlife here or go scuba diving in the clear waters.

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Buneos Aires, Argentina

An amalgamation of European and Latin American culture, Let's tango baby in this flamboyant city.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Behold the endless white scenery with pink flamingos at the world's largest salt flat.

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Galápagos Islands, Ecuador

Untamed species found nowhere else on earth populate the volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean.

Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

The experience of scaling the dramatic peaks, along with the awe-inspiring rivers, azure lakes, and huge glaciers is once-in-a-lifetime.

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Amazon Rainforest

Spanning over 9 countries, it is a home to some astonishing creatures such as anaconda, spider monkey, capybara, and pink river dolphin.

Easter Island, Chile

Carved in the period 1100–1680 AD, the monolithic Moai statues are throughout the Island.

Caño Cristales, Colombia

Get bewitched by the "River of Five Colors", having an extensive variety of aquatic plants.

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Vinicunca, Peru

Colored due to the erosion of sedimentary rocks, the “Rainbow Mountain” is Mother Nature’s own splendid creation.