South America

South America Map
South America is situated entirely within the Western Hemisphere; it is nestled between the Caribbean, the South Pacific and the South Atlantic Oceans. South America features some of the most unique landscapes on our planet; it hosts some of the most beautiful nature reserves in the world, the largest rainforest and river system on the entire planet, some of the most amazing beaches, jungles and mountain ranges. Its vast range of cultures leads to an interesting mix of people, foods and languages; its history goes back thousands of years to the Incans, the Mayans, and the Aztecs, well before BC. The sprawling ruins which can be found across the continent are a testament to the undying fortitude of humanity over the centuries. Both breathtaking natural attractions and the work of man that has left precious gems will fascinate and challenge the most experienced traveller. Book now a villa or lodge in Galapagos Islands to discover one of the most unusual wildlife in the world; reserve the best hotel room at the best rate in Cusco to begin your spectacular journey into the past to Machu Picchu; check the wide range of accommodation packages in La Paz if you are going to do the most dangerous road in the world – The Road of Death from Bolivia – and see its deep valleys and amazing views; don’t miss the gateway to South America – Rio de Janeiro, choose from over 300 hotels with great savings!

Rio de Janeiro Carnival

Rio de Janeiro Carnival is the world’s largest parties. It is a five day celebration of revelry, 40 days before Easter. It officially begins on Saturday and finishes on Fat Tuesday with the beginning of Lent on Ash Wednesday after which one is supposed to abstain from all bodily pleasures.…
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Mysterious Ruins of Machu Picchu

The ruins of Machu Picchu are the most visited tourist destination in Peru and one of the most beautiful and enigmatic ancient sites in the world. Considered a masterpiece of engineering and architecture, it is a mandatory destination for anyone who is backpacking in Peru. Machu Picchu, meaning Old Peak…
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The Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are one of the most remote destinations on the planet and famous for being the primary inspiration for Charles Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection. The small archipelago of volcanic islands along the equatorial line in the Pacific Ocean are are a national park and biological marine reserve…
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The Death Road

The Death Road officially known as The North Yungas Road is the most dangerous road in the whole world - not just a vivid description, but simply its deserved reputation. Despite its reputation, the road is visited daily by a lot of tourists taunting death; not because they have to…
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