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South America Vacation

Sightseeing at the Iguaza Falls

The Iguaza Falls in South America is something that must certainly not be missed. One of the best things about these waterfalls geographically it that they lie in three countries-Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay-though they cover only a distance of 2 miles. This is actually not a single waterfall but a group of smaller ones. The waterfalls themselves and the canyon that they drop into are something nature created after a lot of thought.

Rock Climbing in Brazil

Brazil has some steep slopes for the avid mountaineer as well as gentle ones for people who are just beginning to learn mountain climbing. The Brazilian government has long understood the attraction its mountains holds and has made mountaineering here an organized activity. Apart from the thrill this sport can give, there’s also the mesmerizing scenery of the area that holds the tourists’ attraction.

Hiking and Trekking in Chile

The best place to hike and trek in Chile is the Lake Region, where you can see 12 large and beautiful lakes and a number of smaller ones. It is wonderful to go walking along these lakes in the bright sunshine with everything nature has to offer spread out in front of you. The region is definitely invigorating and a favorite of picture postcard makers. There are also thermal springs here that you can check out.

Cruising along South America

Even if you don’t set foot on land during your South America vacation but just go cruising along its lakes, you will experience its beauty. Some of the best places that you can cruise along include Valparaiso, Puerto Montt, Puerto Chacabuco, the Magellan Straits, Punta Arenas, Ushuaia, the Beagle Channel, Cape Horn, the Falkland Islands and so on. Each place has an attraction of its own. There are so many places to visit that even a whole year won’t suffice to cover them all!