Top 10 Places to Visit in South America

Visiting South America may be tiring if you don’t know must visit places there. So, we bring you the list of top places to visit in South America. Check the top ten places in South America that you must visit:

Iguazu Falls

It’s almost impossible to explain the absolute intensity of this ‘Wonder of the world.  Iguazú Falls are one of the most spectacular sights in the world that is located Argentine Provice on the border of Brazil.  Iguaza falls are the result of volcanic eruption then Hundreds of water falls collide with each other, creating a massive wall of water. Iguazú is made up of 150 to 270 subsidiary falls that stretch across a two mile area of Argentina and Brazil. The average drop from the top of the falls to the narrow canyon below is 240 feet.

Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Island lies in the Pacific Ocean. It has 13 large islands; the total area of the island is 8,000 square km. The Marine Turtle, Marine Iguanas, Land Iguanas, Lava Lizards, the Cormorant, Penguins, the Waved Albatross, Boobies, the Famous Finches, the Frigatebird, Mammals attract the tourist to visit this place.

Atacama Desert

The Atacama Desert is a famous plateau in Soth America, which cover 600 mile. Atacama Desert is also known as Chile’s archaeological capital. The water shortage and harsh temperature didn’t stop desert dwellers from visiting that area. It is also the driest desert in the world with parts of the desert having not seen any rainfall since records began.

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is known as the Paris of South America that is the capital and largest city of Argentina. It is the second largest metropolitan area in South America. If you are visiting to Buenos Aires then don’t forget to visit Café Tortoni, Avenida De Mayo, Cabildo, Palacio Barolo, Plaza De Mayo, Casa Rosada.

Rio de Janeiro

Rio is the capital of Rio de Janeiro state in the South east portion of Brazil known. The coastal mountains, forests and fronted by the Atlantic, have marvelous scenic location. The statue of Christ, the Redeemer is the main symbol of Rio de Janeiro. The beaches of Rio, Ipanema, Leblon, Botafogo, Flamengo, Vidigal, Pepino, Barra de Tijuca Leme, Arpoadorm and the most famous Copacabana, are a way of life for the carioca, the resident of Rio.


Santiago is also known as Santiago de Chile, and it is the largest city of Chile with over 5,000,000 people.. The capital city of Santiago is founded in 1541. Santiago is considered as the financial, cultural, and political center of the country. Santiago is also the central point of a region filled with attractive sites and activities. The very heart of Santiago is the Plaza de Armas, which lies along the Alameda about five blocks south of the river.

Bogota, Colombia

Bogota is the capital and largest city of Colombia. Bogotá is Colombia’s largest economic center. Bogotá is a city of contrasts, and as such it offers a unique experience to its visitors. Bogota has population of over more than 7 million; here the Museum of Gold is home to more than 30,000 pieces of pre-Colombian art. Graceful churches, excellent museums, cultural events and a thriving nightlife make it very popular in the world.

Lima Peru

Lima Peru is the capital city of Peru. At Peru you can enjoy mountains of Andes, endless desert sands, world class mountain climbing, ancient ruins, white water rafting, horse riding make piru an attractive place for the tourists. Peru is one of the fascinating countries in the world which has impressive landscapes with big valleys, glaciers and deep canyons.

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is the capital of the state, and is the second largest city of Brazil. Its population is 6.3 million that make it 6th largest American city. Rio de Janeiro is located between azure sea and forest-clad mountain. Rio de Janeiro has many rocky islands that are fringed with white sand.


Venezuela called the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is located on the northern coast of South America. the Maracaibo lowlands; the mountainous region in the north and northwest; the Orinoco basin, on its northern border and great forest areas in the south and southeast; and the Guiana Highlands, south of the Orinoco, are the best places to visit in.


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