South America Tours and Trips to South America

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Ushuaia & El Calafate Tour

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6 day national parks trip in Argentina, visiting Ushuaia, El Calafate and Tierra Del Fuego National Park. Read More
From US$ 939 06 days View Tour
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Three Nights in Ushuaia

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4 day national parks trip visiting Ushuaia in Argentina. Read More
From US$ 620 04 days View Tour
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Algarrobo, Isla Negra & Winery Full-Day Private Tour

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10 hour sightseeing trip in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 225 10 hours View Tour
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Andes Wine Adventure: Errazuriz + San Esteban Vineyards

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9 hour wine tasting tour in Santiago. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Wine tasting tours
  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range1+ years old
From US$ 239 09 hours View Tour
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Heart of Wine Country: Santa Cruz + Viu Manent Vineyards

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11 hour wine tasting tour in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 239 11 hours View Tour
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Casablanca Valley: Attilio & Mochi + Matetic Vineyards

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8 hour wine tasting trip in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 239 08 hours View Tour
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Casablanca Wine Tour: Emiliana & Bodegas RE Vineyards

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8 hour wine tasting tour in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 225 08 hours View Tour
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Maipo Valley Boutique Wines: Haras de Pirque & Aquitania

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7 hour wine tasting tour in Santiago. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Wine tasting tours
  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range1+ years old
From US$ 215 07 hours View Tour
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Amateur Surfing & Winery Private Full-Day Tour

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9 hour surfing, kitesurfing etc. trip in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 225 09 hours View Tour
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Andes Whitewater Rafting & Winery Full-Day Private Tour

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10 hour rafting trip in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 225 10 hours View Tour
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Private Full-Day: Valparaiso, Vina del Mar & Winery

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9 hour wine tasting tour through Santiago and Valparaiso. Read More
From US$ 249 09 hours View Tour
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Private Andes Hike: Yerba Loca Nature Sanctuary

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5 hour active and outdoor tour in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 189 05 hours View Tour
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Private Andes Tour: Portillo, Inca Lagoon & Winery

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8 hour wine tasting tour in Santiago. Read More
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Wine & Reflection: Baha'i Temple and Aquitania Vineyard

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5 hour wine tasting tour in Santiago. Read More
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Very Good Reviewed Tour: Lares Trek to Machu Picchu 5D/4N (Start Trek on Day 2)
4 - Very Good
  • Anonymous
  • From Unites States
“Doing this trek is totally worth it, the hapy look on kids faces whenthey see you visit is priceles.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Quest for the Antarctic Circle
5 - Excellent
  • Martin Lacey
  • From USA
“Excellent”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Uyuni Salt Flats & Desert Adventure 5D/4N (La Paz to La Paz)
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
  • From United States
“Loved it! Thanks so much to the Bamba team for making our trip so wonderful. Can't reccommend enough.”

South America - Travel Highlights and Travel Tips

South America is a vibrant continent, whose backbone is the Andes running from north to south with the Amazon river snaking through its northern part. High and low lands combine to create a continent of extremes. The highest waterfall (Angel Falls in Venezuela), the most voluminous river and the largest rainforest (the Amazon rainforest), the longest mountain range (the Andes), the driest place in the world (Atacama Desert in Chile), and even the best carnivals in the world - South America does nothing by halves. Visit South America to see some of the most interesting landscapes in the world, to sample the deliciously varied cuisines and the beautiful and friendly locals. Get ready to live life to the full when you are on a holiday to South America.

Travel Highlights

  • Head to the Peruvian Andes and climb the Inca trail on your way to the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu. It’s easily the most famous archaeological site in South America, and while there are some great alternatives, the Inca Trail is iconic.
  • See the blinding white and blue of Salar de Uyuni, the Bolivian salt flats. An almost dreamlike experience, the salt flats stretch for as far as the eye can see, with the sparkling white salt and cerulean blue sky being completely void of any distractions.
  • Stand in the divine presence of Angel Falls, Venezuela. Almost one kilometer high, the waterfall cascades from a tepui - a table top mountain, called Auyantepui - and is approximately 16 times taller than Niagara Falls.
  • Canoe down the legendary Amazon river, the life source of our planet, and appreciate the interconnectivity of Earth and it’s inhabitants.
  • Get lost in the crowds and gawp at the rainbow coloured floats and the passionate Samba Schools of the Rio de Janeiro Carnival and get ready for a party like you’ve never experienced before.
  • Tango with the best in Buenos Aires.

Travel Tips

  • Brush up on your Spanish, as it’s the official language of most of South America, and a little effort goes a long way with the locals.
  • While much of South America is friendly to tourists, extreme poverty means some areas in large cities are off-limits. Keep your wits about, make smart decisions and you’ll only have great experiences.
  • Much like North America, South America is big on affordable bus journeys. The only difference is the variety of passengers you’re likely to meet - from a live chicken to your new best friend.
  • South America straddles the equator and the tropic of Capricorn, meaning most of the continent experiences a tropical climate. However, temperatures vary on the time of year and be aware that the southern part experiences reversed seasons, so plan your wardrobe carefully.
  • Visit your doctor before you travel and make sure you’re up-to-date on all vaccinations and medications needed for travelling in South America.
  • Eat local, it’s the best way to immerse yourself in the local culture and it’s also usually the cheapest way to get a good meal.