Chill Out Spots in South America

[imagetab width=”635″ height=”320″]http://67.20.98.71/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Chill-Out-Spots-in-South-America.jpg[/imagetab] Every tourist is fully aware of chill out spots in South America. The fascinating culture and scenic beachesainvite people from around the world. Visits to the famous cities like Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, etc. and enjoying the Carnivals of Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, and other Latin American countries are the biggest tourist attractions in South America. However, for those who wish to go off the beaten track, the rural, wildlife, and natural places in South America, such as forests, mountain ranges, lakes, valleys, and isolated beaches are the ideal place. If you are really adventurous, you can venture into the Amazon rain forest areas that stretch across a few Latin American countries and spend time along the Amazon River. This is usually the most unforgettable traveling experience under natural and primitive surroundings.

The Iguazu Falls of Rio Parana, situated between the borders of Argentina and Brazil and much taller than the Niagara Falls and wider by two times. The exquisite mountain scenery with spectacular and natural granite pillars in Torres del Paine NP in Chile, with campsites on the shores of Lake Pehoe are ultimate in nature travel. The Parque Nacional Los Glaciares in Argentina is a World Heritage region, ideal for rock climbing, hiking, and ice sports. The largest wetland in the world, spread across an area of 150,000 sq. km., is Pantanal in Brazil, where you might come across Anacondas in real life. Away from the mainland of Ecuador is the Galapagos Islands, termed as ‘Origin of Species’ by Charles Darwin.

And now, browse our Chill Out Spots in South America category to inspire you!