Machu Picchu (Peru)
Machu Picchu, a monument to the Incan Empire that was constructed approximately 1450 AD, was declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Natural landscapes, carnival, samba, bossa nova, and resort beaches like Barra da Tijuca, Copacabana, Ipanema, and Leblon are some of its most well-known features.
Iguazu Falls (Brazil & Argentina)
With 275 waterfalls of varying proportions, the greatest of which being Devil's Throat, they are the largest waterfall system in the whole globe.
Galapagos Islands (Ecuador)
The fauna on the islands is renowned for being adventurous. One of the most volcanically active regions in the globe is the Galápagos Archipelago.
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
It is renowned for both the architecture and the thriving cultural environment. Here, you must visit the Recoleta, a neighbourhood famed for its history.
It is the most ecologically varied region on Earth and home to the greatest rain forest and river system in the world. It has millions of species, the most of which are still undiscovered.
Easter Island (Chile)
The island is most known for its roughly 1,000 still-standing moai, or gigantic sculptures, which were made by the pre-Rapa Nui people.
Lake Titicaca (Peru & Bolivia)
The biggest freshwater lake in South America and the tallest lake in the entire planet is Lake Titicaca. According to estimates, it is millions of years old.
Angel Falls (Venezuela)
Angel Falls, which are in Venezuela, are renowned for being the highest unbroken waterfall in the world and one of the top four most stunning waterfalls in the world.
Tayrona National Park (Colombia)
Some of the nation's most stunning blue sea coves, white sand beaches, and lush vegetation may be found at Tayrona National Park.