Where Should I go In South America

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1. Posted by Brenie (Budding Member 13 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

Hi guys ,

I would like to go to south America for a couple of months ,I contacted the embassy of Belgium and they told me that for each country I need to get a different visum,ok But now don't know which country to chose out ,Any suggestions .See Ya


2. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

It looks like you may have inadvertantly posted this topic already.

3. Posted by Pati (Full Member 120 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

If i were you, i'd start my trip in Ecuador (Quito, Galapagos,Quito; then Riobamba, Tambo-Ingapirca, Cuenca) then to my way to Perú (Mancora beach if you like beaches...it's in Tumbes, then Chiclayo (Sipan Lord)Lima, Pisco and Paracas, Nazca (Nazca Lines), Arequipa (Colca Canon), then Cusco (all Cusco is amaizing) then Puno (Uros Amantani and Taquile island)...Bolivia: Copacabana, La Paz, Uyuni (Uyuni salt lake), then could be Tupiza, it's nice and it's in the way to go to Argentina...Argentina: Tilcara, Salta, Cafayate, Amiche del Valle, Tucuman and then a long trip to Puerto Iguazu, Iguazu Falls...Brazil: foz do Iguacu, and Florianópolis (it's a small and beautiful island, you will find nice beaches) then go to Uruguay and finish the trip in Buenos Aires...it'd be my itinerary for two months in SA, if i have more time i'd include the south of Chile and Patagonia, of course the Amazon too but you will need another two months to explore those places.

SA is not expensive but Galapagos, Inkas Trail.
Hope it can help you

4. Posted by Leti Levy (Budding Member 4 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

There are several places worth a visit in SA, you'd need to spend a couple months to get to see the main spots. As a Brazilian, I'd say you can't miss Rio de Janeiro, the wonderful city!. Then go to Salvador/Bahia, very rich in Brazilian culture and at last Foz do Iguaçu where you will have a different view of Brazilian landscapes.

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