South America’s Top 5 Natural Wonders That You Must Explore

by Ada Tours Brazil And Latin America Tour Operator

There has been revived curiosity in bringing forward new wonders of the modern world, and South America definitely deserves a place on this list. Nonetheless, South America is so remarkable with a varied geography, it’s tough to pick 5 natural wonders of this continent,but here are some of the best contenderson this list.

Galapagos Islands:
An archipelago located 600 miles from the shore of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands allures animal lovers who’re enticed by the great number of species who only can be found on this island.

Originally inspired by Darwin's theory of evolution, these islands persist to leave the tourists in awe. Situated hundreds of miles in the Pacific Ocean, the Galapagos Islands are a must visit for any adventure lovers.

Salar de Uyuni:
Placed in Bolivia, world’s biggest salt flat is more than 4,000sq miles & an altitude of roughly 12,000ft Salar de Uyuni is known to be an astoundingly impressive place on this planet. The region is incredibly flat & travelers take advantage of this evenness by playing with the perspective in photography. Due to its Dali-like look, it is, in fact, the most photographed site in Bolivia.

Iguazu Falls:
Ask any tour operator in South America, they will tell you no visit to Brazil or Argentina is complete without a trip to Iguazu Falls. If you have never heard of this natural wonder, you are in for a treat. To many, IguazuFallsisone of the greatest geological wonders of the world. Located on the border between Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina these waterfalls are just breathtaking. There is plenty to see and do when you visit, and you will find that you can easily spend many days exploring the surrounding areas.

Atacama Desert:
The Atacama Desert is the driest place on the planet. It’s a magical & unworldly land of lunar-scapes, emerald lakes, volcanoes and wind-sculpted rock. It’s a fascinating place to travel & quite unlike anywhere else on earth. The list of beautiful places in the Atacama goes on – there’re emerald green lakes, geysers, live volcanoes, geoglyphs on hillsides, a salt desert occupied by flamingos, oases, hot springs and more.

The Amazon rain forest doesn’t belong to just one nation in South America but spans through Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil,and Ecuador. Carving a massive conduit via a rain forest which is abode to more wildlife species than elsewhere on the planet earth, the Amazon River runs more than 4000 miles from its origins to the Atlantic, where, in 1 second, it pours over 55 million gallons of water into the ocean.

South America continually compels people to come and explore. The continent has more than enough attractions to make tourists return again and again: ancient pyramids, crystal clear blue oceans, white sand, Gothic cathedrals, bustling cities, and active nightlife. You better contact a reputed South American tour operator if you don’t know where to start and what to see. Traveling with a knowledgeable tour operator has been always useful when it comes to exploring the culture and the land of a new destination in a familiar way.

This article is written by Ada Tours – an inbound tour operator that offers customized tours in South America.

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