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Its landscape encompasses everything from Earth’s largest tropical rainforest and Patagonian Ice fields, to the world’s oldest desert. South America truly is a cradle of beauty. It’s a melting pot of stunning landscapes, rich cultures and bustling cities. Why not visit the famous Galápagos Islands, home to some of the world’s most unique and endemic wildlife species, and wonderful beaches that continually rank among the world’s best. This secluded group of volcanic islands and its fragile ecosystem are one of the few places left on the planet where the human footprint is kept to a minimum. Chile's Atacama Desert, the driest non-polar desert on Earth, stretches across a roughly 600-miles. Perhaps surprisingly, it is bountiful with life and definitely a must visit. Get to grips with the history of the area visiting ancient villages over 3,500 metres above sea level, Visit seemingly endless salt flats, active geysers and gaze upon the stars with a skyline quite unlike any other. Or why not visit Lake Titicaca, according to Andean belief, the birthplace of the sun. Set between Peru and Bolivia, the largest lake in South America is tranquil retreat en-route to the mighty mystical citadel, Machu Picchu. Each Latin American country has an abundance of marvels. If you are looking for a 24-hour fiesta, Brazil should be your first stop. Rio knows how to party, whether your dates allow you to catch the famous Carnaval or not. Gloriously forested mountains surround the city, glittering beaches play host to sunbathers and footballers alike all to the backdrop of the rhythmic beat of the Samba. Not to mention one of the seven wonders of the world, Christ the Redeemer. Meanwhile, Buenos Aires is the place to be for foodies, wash down a perfectly grilled steak with a generous glass of Malbec that will have you savouring the night. No matter what type of holiday you want, we will provide you with every option for your ultimate South American vacation.



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