Despite everything we now know, parts of South America still retain an element of their mystery.
Arequipa is known as “The White City,” for its many gorgeous white buildings made from sillar, or pearly volcanic ash.
Aside from a beautiful setting and friendly people, there are many historical and religious tourist attractions in Cordoba, Argentina.
Nestled beside a sparkling lake, with the majestic conical form of Volcan Villarica as a stunning backdrop, it oozes natural beauty and offers a great platform for a wide range of outdoor pursuits and adventure sports.
When you visit Cartagena, you’ll be able to see museums and art galleries, huge castles, colonial structures, and unique churches, as well as endless parties and nightlife.
If you plan to travel but on a tight budget, La Paz is the place for you. The food and services are relatively cheap and there are a lot of things you can do at a minimal fee or even for free.
Peru is a land of ancient temples, imperial tombs of the past, mysterious artifacts, vast sun-baked deserts, long raging rivers, heavenly beaches, and wild forests.