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Nestled between the Caribbean, the South Pacific, and the South Atlantic Oceans, South America is the wilder of the Americas and a continent of superlatives. Here you will find the world's biggest rainforest and the largest river, the highest mountain range outside Asia, remote islands, heavenly beaches, wide deserts, icy landscapes, the world's tallest waterfall and one of the largest, as well as several other breathtaking natural attractions
  • Argentina

    Visit Argentina and its top attractions, you can’t miss Mendoza, Calafate, La Plata, Buenos Aires, La Boca, la Bombonera Stadium, Palermo, Santa Fe, The Obelisk, Microcentro and all its coffee shops and theaters… Tango is waiting for you!
  • Chile

    You will be impressed by this long and tiny country, you can explore Santiago, enjoy Viña del Mar, Valparaíso and Reñaca beach, walk around San Pedro de Atacama, or try a hike in Torres del Paine... it's all up to you!

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    San Pedro Market in Cusco

    San Pedro Market, in Cusco, is a local market with a special aisle for entrails. Tough it’s becoming more tourist-oriented it still has plenty of genuine local colour, a nice change from Plaza de Armas.  Colorful, vibrant, packed, San Pedro Market is not to be missed. This market is by Peruvians for Peruvians – however, a large […]

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    Plaza de Armas de Cusco - Main Square (Huacaypata)

    Plaza de Armas is the main square of Cusco, it has churches, shops, restaurants and bars backing on to it and is a great place to spend an afternoon. Known as the “Square of the warrior” in the Inca era, this plaza has been the scene of several important events in the history of this […]

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    Qorikancha

    Qorikancha or Qurikancha (Quechua quri gold, kancha enclosure, enclosed place, yard, a frame, or wall that encloses, hispanicized spelling Coricancha), originally named Inti Kancha (Quechua inti sun) or Inti Wasi (Quechua for “sun house”), was the most important temple in the Inca Empire, dedicated primarily to Inti, the Sun God. It was one of the most revered […]

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    Saksaywaman

    Saksaywaman is a walled complex on the northern outskirts of the city of Cusco, Peru, the former capital of the Inca Empire. Like many Inca constructions, the complex is made of large polished dry stone walls, with boulders carefully cut to fit together tightly withoutmortar. The site, at an altitude of 3,701 m, was added as part […]

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    Cusco Cathedral

    The construction of the Cusco Cathedral, occurred in two phases: first the Chapel of Triumph was built on what had been the ancient temple of Suntur Wasi (House of God); afterwards, the cathedral was erected on the palace of the Inca Wiracocha. The Renaissance style dominates the façade and the interior, which features particularly exquisite […]

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    Cathedral of Salta (Argentina)

    Salta’s Cathedral (also known as Basilica of Salta), is located opposite to the Plaza 9 de Julio (square). This building was built in the sixteenth century and contains among others: images, patron saints of the province of Salta, the Lord and the Virgin of Miracles. Cathedral Museum in Salta The Cathedral Museum is located on the […]

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    Museo de Arqueología de Alta Montaña - MAAM museum (Salta)

    Located in Salta, Argentina, the Archaeological Museum of High Mountain (MAAM) main function is to safeguard the archaeological discovery called “The Children of Llullaillaco” through an ultra modern cryopreservation system; and at the same time, its function includes the labor to study it and spread it, through preserving heritage, works in safeguarding ancient culture, reinforcing […]

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    Valle de La Luna - Moon Valley, Chile (San Pedro de Atacama)

    Valle de la Luna, advertised as ‘Moon Valley’ in English, is part of the Salt Mountain Range which offers stunning clinal and anticlinal formations in a perfectly barren landscape. Almost all tours include watching the sunset there, you shouldn’t miss it! The large stone walls resemble those of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, sans river. […]

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    Geysers del Tatio

    Located at 4,200m above sea level, and a 100km away from town, Geysers de el Tatio are some of the highest geysers in the world. It’s also the third-largest geyser site on Earth, with over 80 active ones. Most agencies travel there at 4 AM. The spectacle is hard to forget-even if the geysers themselves are […]

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    Centro de Bogota

    San Diego is a neighbourhood in Bogotá, Colombia, where you have several attractions to visit: Cerro de Monserrate: A true beautiful panoramic view of the city is only a funicular or transferico ride away. You can take the Funicular up and Transferico down, or vice versa. You have the option to buying one way tickets, too. […]