Central & South America

Central & South America Attractions

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Mount Fitz Roy

3 star rating: Worth doing 6 Reviews

Mount Fitz Roy, the highest mountain in Los Glacieres National Park, rises 3,405 m (11,168 ft) above the bare, sculpted mountains with blowing snow to a peak ...  Read more

Magdalena Island

3 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

When Magellan passed through the strait bound for Chile for the first time, he cruised on past the tiny Magdalena Island, famous for its thousands of ...  Read more

Canoa Quebrada

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Surrounded by pink sand dunes, sandstone cliffs and a winding river, Canoa Quebrada is a laid-back beach town blessed with a stunning, natural environment. ...  Read more

Ipanema Beach (Praia de Ipanema)

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Charming and chic, Ipanema Beach (Praia de Ipanema) is the richer and ritzier sister of the also infamous Copacabana beach. Ipanema backs onto a fancy ...  Read more

Forte dos Reis Magos

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Star-shaped Forte de Reis Magos (Three Wise Men Fort) predates the founding of Natal by nearly two years. The Portuguese began building the fort on January ...  Read more

Joya de Cerén Archaeological Site

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

A pre-Columbian Mayan farming village dating back to A.D. 600 and El Salvador’s only UNESCO World Heritage site, the impressive ruins of Joya de Cerén ...  Read more

Morro de Sao Paulo

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

Bahia not relaxed enough for you? Then try Morro de Sao Paulo, the ultimate island getaway. The complete opposite to its big city namesake Sao Paulo, Morro ...  Read more

Copacabana Beach (Praia de Copacabana)

Copocabana Beach, or Praia de Copacabana, is the Rio de Janeiro of the tourist brochures and deservedly so. It’s a breath-taking 2.5mi (4.5 km) stretch of ...  Read more

Caye Caulker

Home of the motto "Go slow," Caye Caulker is a prime Caribbean island with a relaxed atmosphere, beautiful ocean and excellent oceanfront restaurants ...  Read more

Ahu Tongariki

With 15 gigantic stone-carved moai lined up on a 200-foot-long platform and a remote location framed by the looming Rano Raraku volcano and the crashing ...  Read more

Arenal Observatory Lodge

Far from the epicenter of tourist claptrap that is La Fortuna, the tiny village of El Castillo offers another, rather less accessible, vantage point for seeing ...  Read more

Bosque de Arrayanes

Los Arrayanes National Park was established in 1971 to protect the rare arrayán trees (Chilean myrtle trees) that grow in the area. Up until that time, ...  Read more

Cat Park (Parque del Gato)

The brainchild of local painter and sculptor Hernando Tejada, the aptly named Cat Park (Parque del Gato) started life in 1996, when a giant bronze sculpture, ...  Read more

Cerro Catedral

Cerro Catedral is a major attraction in the Bariloche area. It’s 20 km southwest of the city, and is a 2388-meter (7,800-foot) high peak from which you can see ...  Read more

Cerro Concepcion

Perhaps the most scenic of Valparaiso’s popular cerros, Cerro Concepcion is home to quaint shops, unique art galleries and picturesque views of the stunning ...  Read more

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