So, without further ado, here are some of the festival highlights of South America for you to feast your eyes on…
From sipping wine to partying all night, these villages offer something for all.
The Inka Pacha is a quiet, quaint hostel located in the village of Yumani on the south side of the Isla del Sol.
In a country in which it is common to see roasted guinea pig, diced llama and shredded alpaca on the menu, being vegetarian can be somewhat difficult.
If you are planning to have a memorable escape from the busy life of the urbanized cities in your country, then it’s time you experience the chill spots that backpacking South America offers.
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.
Thrill seekers and adrenaline junkies often tell their friends that backpacking South America is one of the most daring and adventurous experiences ever… here’s why.
All of these natural South America tourist attractions offer a uniqueness and beauty. Backpacking South America is a great way to check out the mystical and amazing unexploited natural beauty of the continent.