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Exploring Wonders: South America’s 5 Hidden Gems You Can’t Miss

IN THE September 25 ISSUE

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Are you the type of person who likes to travel a lot? If you are, then you must have visited a lot of places already. If you haven’t been to South America, then now is the time for you to pack your bag and schedule a flight bound for South America. From Venezuela to Columbia, Brazil and Venezuela, every major city in South America has at least one secretive gem. paid post

Not everyone is itching to visit a famous landmark in every country they visit. Some of the tourists would rather seek out less crowded places, which can give them the experience they want. South America is a vast continent, which holds a lot of hidden gems that would surely pique your interest.

The hidden lands of South America serve as a base of civilization, offering tourists a deep understanding of the culture of the people. With so much to offer, it can be overwhelming to choose which place you should visit first. With the help of Tourist Secrets, here’s a list of South America’s hidden gems that you would want to visit.

Argentina’s Cafayate Wine Town
The Cafayate wine town is one of the villages in Argentina, famous for its red rock desert, and multicolored mountain ranges. It’s a fantastic place filled with vineyards and tall cactus sentinels that stretch right through the hills. In addition to that, the Cafayate wine town is famous for its luxurious wines.

It’s also the residence of the delightful white wine Torrontes. It has wine lodges and is considered a paradise for wine collectors and lovers. Therefore, if you want to take a break, then this town is the perfect getaway to enjoy the beauty of nature.

Jericoacoara, Brazil
Jericoacoara is a small coastal town in Brazil once known only by the locals and later on discovered by some tourists because of its peaceful environment. If you want to escape from reality, this is one of the best places in South America to do just that–you will want to write this one down on your travel list.

This place may not be easy to get to, but this small fishing town is very much worth it. If you’re fond of traveling and exploring beaches, then this expedition might be one of your best experiences. There are a lot of alluring places across South America, and it’s best to know more about the beauty of the place.

Lake Tictica
Located on the border of Bolivia and Peru, Lake Titicaca is the largest lake and one of the best tourist spots in South America. If you want to travel to a peaceful and quiet place, then this destination would be perfect for your adventure. If you’re going to take a good look at how vast the lake is, you can take a boat ride and explore the whole place.

Lake Titicaca is home to the indigenous people called Uros. Until this day, they continue to live on reed clusters along the lake. In addition to that, the reed is an essential material for the Uros as they use this to build their houses, jewelry, and cooking utensils.

On the Bolivian side of the lake lies the home of Isla del sol or island of the sun. The place has no roads, which makes it not easy to explore. With over 200 Inca ruins, it surely is one of the places you wouldn’t want to miss.

Iquitos City, Peru

If you’re fond of adventure, then Iquitos City in Peru might be the right place for you to explore to your heart’s content. Considered as a gateway to Amazon, Iquitos City is one of the remote areas in northeast Peru. You can set a schedule and have a tour deep into the Amazon jungle.

Located right on the side of the Amazon river, you get the chance to see Amazon animals closely. These animals include pink river dolphins, rare species of birds, and sloths. You can also observe how they live in their natural habitat.

Peru’s Rainbow Mountain (Vinicunca Mountain)
The Vinicunca Mountain is only accessible if you want to experience a six-day trek. For adventurers, mountaineers, and climbers, this will be a great place to explore the wonders of Rainbow Mountain. The contentment you’ll feel once you arrive at the destination is one of the best feelings you could get during the expedition.

The mountain ridge has patterns of stripes colored in dusty reds, blues, and yellow from the minerals of the rock. These colors are the reason why it looks like a natural rainbow along Peruvian Andes.

Takeaway
There are more places to explore across South America, and the five secret gems mentioned above are some of probably the most beautiful places around the continent. If you want to explore more around South America, then start by visiting these places first. You will surely treasure the experience.

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