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South America

Andean peaks, Amazonian rainforest, Patagonian glaciers, Incan ruins, colonial towns, white-sand beaches and vertiginous nightlife: the wonders of South America set the stage for incredible adventures.

 

South America\'s Best Festivals Tour
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South America has some fabulous festivals, from indigenous harvest festivals to music and dance performances to wild New Year parties. Whether you prefer the colorful pageantry of Semana Santa (Holy Week) or the unbridled revelry of Carnaval, the continent has you covered. From the traditional to the downright surreal, following are a few events worth planning a trip around. Keep in mind that accommodations fill up and prices are at a premium during the main holidays. Book well in advance if you’re hoping to attend the biggest festivals, like Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Inti Raymi in Cuzco, Peru.

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South America\'s Best Beach Vacation Package
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Atlantic, Pacific or Caribbean – take your pick. South America fronts them all, with shimmering beaches wedged between tropical rainforest and deep blue sea. Remote island getaways, party-loving surf towns, tranquil fishing villages and glittering sands just steps away from big city allure are all options for sun-worshippers. While the southernmost beaches are best in the austral summer, the beaches towards the top of the continent are good year-round – although you might be in for some rain. There are splendid beaches in almost every South American country (except for landlocked Bolivia and Paraguay), but the continent’s most sublime stretches of sand are found in Uruguay, Colombia and, of course, Brazil.

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South America\'s Top Colonial Cities
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South America has a stunning array of colonial cities graced with elaborate architecture, cobblestone streets, opulent cathedrals, photogenic plazas and brightly painted townhouses. Some date back to the early 16th century, but these are no museums – they’re thriving, modern cities where people live and work in the splendid buildings. Churches built centuries ago are still in use, while stately mansions now house art galleries, boutiques and chic restaurants. Sights and sounds that may seem incongruous – teenagers texting on the steps of a 17th-century cathedral, techno music spilling from a 300-year-old townhouse – are instead signs that these cities are as alive now as ever. In addition to those mentioned below, most major cities in South America like Buenos Aires, Bogotá and Lima have colonial quarters worth a wander.

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South America\'s Best Hikes Tour
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Against a backdrop of Andean peaks, misty cloud forests and Amazonian jungle, trekking in South America is world class. Whether you’re out for a short day’s hike or a multiday journey, you’ll find limitless options. The Andean countries are famous for their old Inca roads, which are ready-made for scenic excursions. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is the classic, but there are other treks along Inca trails as well, including Ecuador’s Inca Trail to Ingapirca and numerous ancient Inca roués through Bolivia’s Cordilleras. The national parks of Chile and Argentina are superb and blessed with excellent infrastructure and accessibility. Lesser-known mountain ranges such as Colombia’s Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and Venezuela’s Sierra Nevada de Mérida also have great potential. Take time to acclimatize before trekking in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru to avoid altitude sickness. Elevations in the southern Andes are much lower.

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South America\'s Best Music And Dance Experiences
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Welcome to one of the world’s greatest music destinations. This vast continent, with snowcapped peaks, lush jungles and sparkling coastline, boasts a soundtrack as diverse as its geography. South America’s best-known music styles – Brazilian samba and bossa nova, Colombian salsa, Argentine tango and Andean música folklórica (traditional music) – receive airtime across the globe. But to truly appreciate these musical genres, you need to see them performed live. From intimate penas to sweaty salsa clubs to the elaborate rituals of a milonga, there’s nothing like feeling the music up close. And if you dare, get up on the dance floor – many clubs offer lessons for inspired novices.

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Wildlife Watching Destinations In South America
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South America is home to more plant and animal species than anywhere on earth, and there are countless places to observe them in their natural habitat. In the north, the Amazon rainforest encompasses more than seven million square kilometres and straddles eight countries. Home to macaws, monkeys, snakes, sloths and even jaguars, it’s the most biodiverse place on earth. Tropical cloud forest in Ecuador house an astounding variety of birds, while high-altitude grasslands in the Andes are home to foxes, deer and vicuña. Wetlands like Brazil’s Pantanal may be the best place to observe wildlife due to their visibility. The waters off Patagonia are rich with marine life like whales, sea lions and charismatic penguins. And all manner of strange creatures can be found on the Galápagos. Pack your binoculars!

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Ancient Ruins Of South America Tour
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Long before the Spanish and Portuguese reached its shores, South America was home to a rich variety of civilizations dating back to at least 8000 BC. Although the Inca are the best-known, they were late on the scene, emerging around 1100 AD and building their empire in the 15th century. The first city in the Americas was Caral, founded in Peru about 5000 years ago – almost simultaneously as cultures in Egypt and Mesopotamia. Remnants of ancient civilizations have also been found in Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina and Chile. These ancient peoples left behind awe-inspiring monuments and exceptional gold jewelry, textiles and pottery. Although much was stolen or destroyed by the Spanish, you can still explore these ancient sites and marvel at the artifacts in museums throughout the continent.

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Welcome to one of the world's great music destinations. Colombian salsa, Brazilian samba, Argentine tango and Andean folk music all receive airtime across the globe, but nothing quite compares to hearing those rhythms in the place where they were born. Sultry milongas (tango clubs) in Buenos Aires, simmering garrafeiras (dance halls) in Rio, salsotecas (salsa clubs) in Quito – all great places to chase the heart of Saturday night. Yet this is only the beginning of a great musical odyssey that encompasses poetic Peruvian trovas, soulful Ecuadorian passillos, fast-stepping Brazilian forró, whirling Venezuelan merengue, steel-pan Guyanese drumming, Paraguayan harp music and scores of other regional styles. The best way to experience it is to simply plunge in – though you might want to take a dance class along the way!

 

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