Description: Chile defies many visitors’ expectations of an Andean country. It is developed, relatively affluent and non-corrupt. Travel to Chile and you’ll discover one of the safest and most relaxing countries in South America.
Description: 3) Pucón – Villarrica Volcano The Villarrica Volcano is the landmark of Pucón and one of the best places to visit in Chile for outdoor lovers If you travel further south your next stop should be a city located next to a lake and a volcano: Pucón. After I made my way up to the Villarrica Volcano I was overwhelmed by the view and pretty sure that this spot is one of the best places to visit ...
Description: 10 Best Places to Visit in Chile. ... Island is the largest island of the Chiloé Archipelago in the Los Lagos Region and the second-largest island in South America after Tierra del Fuego. In part because of its physical isolation from the rest of Chile, Chiloé has a very special architecture and local culture. ...
Description: With some 2,600 miles (4,300 kilometers) separating the southern tip of Patagonia from the northern border of Peru, Chile has a myriad of worthwhile attractions across a variety of geographical zones. Starting from the south, let’s work our way north on a tour of Chile’s 20 best tourist destinations.
Description: South America is a continent that has a huge wealth of places to visit, and while some places draw millions of visitors every year, these locations across the continent will certainly get those feet itching to be back on the road.
Description: One of the best places to visit in South America, Iguazu Falls have to be seen to be appreciated as mere words cannot do them justice. They truly live up to their name, which translates as “big water:” They’re the world’s largest waterfalls system, with 275 waterfalls of various sizes – Devil’s Throat is the biggest.
Description: You can trek through Patagonian wilderness in the deep south or buzzing beach towns in the north. In between, you’ll find award-winning wineries, art-filled bohemian enclaves and impossibly picturesque valleys, not to mention one of South America’s most dynamic cities. The biggest challenge is deciding where to begin.
Description: Lake Titicaca straddles the border between Bolivia and Peru in the Andes Mountains. Said to be the birthplace of the Incas, Lake Titicaca is one of the most magical places in South America to experience the Milky Way. 4. Cartagena, Colombia. The historic colonial city of Cartagena is one of the most beautiful places to explore in South America.
Description: Chile is a long, narrow sliver of landfilled located right at the edge of the South American continent. Unlike some other countries in South America, it’s relatively affluent and non-corrupt, and bar a couple of blips, boasts a long tradition of political stability.
Description: As you may know, South America is the home to 12 countries with a population of over 423 million and increasing every year. For example, there are some extremely safe places to visit in Ecuador, but you won’t find ‘the best country to visit in South America’ that easy.
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