South America Tours and Trips to South America

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Buenos Aires Sightseeing Tour

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4 hour city sightseeing tour in Buenos Aires. Read More
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  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range5+ years old
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Maipo Valley Wine Tour: Santa Rita & Concha y Toro

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We had a very good day out in the Maipo Valley visiting a couple of terrific wineries with Sean from
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Wine tasting tours
  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range1+ years old
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Isla Negra & Pomaire Private Full-Day Tour

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Sean is an excellent tour guide that is a US expat that has lived in Chile for a long time
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Full Rio de Janeiro Adventure

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The friendly driver picked me from the airport. He toiled much to get me a new SIM card with the
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Chilean Treasures Private Tour: Alpacas & Penguins

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9 hour local culture tour in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 239 09 hours View Tour
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Horseback Ride on Beach & Sand Dunes + Viña del Mar Tour

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9 hour horseback riding tour in Santiago. Read More
From US$ 225 09 hours View Tour
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Hike to Laguna Churup

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8 hour hiking trip that takes you through Huascaran National Park, Laguna Churup Hike, and 2 other destinations. Read More
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Private Full Day Tour of Santiago

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10 hour adventure trip in Santiago. Read More
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San Cristobal Hill Bike Tour

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3 hour bicycle tour in Santiago. Read More
  • Activities Bicycle tours
  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range5+ years old
From US$ 75 03 hours View Tour
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Andes Mountain Ski Centers Full day Experience

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9 hour adventure trip through Andes Mountains and Santiago. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Adventure
  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range5+ years old
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Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu Tour

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2 day cultural, religious and historic sites tour visiting Cusco and Machu Picchu in Peru. Read More
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Pedra da Gavea Guided Hiking tour

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8 hour trekking tour in Rio de Janeiro. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking
  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range12+ years old
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Beach tour to santos and guarujá

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8 hour explorer trip in Sao Paulo. Read More
  • Activities Explorer
  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range5+ years old
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One Day Maras & Moray Adventure By Bicycle

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5 hour cultural, religious and historic sites trip in Cusco. Read More
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Great Trip, Strong Staff, No Flaws Reviewed Tour: Antarctic Explorer: Discovering the 7th Continent
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
  • From Canada
“The ship and staff for the journey provided enthusiastic, effective and patient support, with a well-executed itinerary that I'd trust for future trips. Food and accommodation were excellent. Waters were very calm once reaching Antarctica, to relieve anyone's seasickness. Mountain and Glacier landscapes were great. The wildlife in the area is plentiful, where we saw at least some whales, seals and penguins every day we were in Antarctica and probably 20ish whales overall. The animals aren't afraid of humans and so at worst ignore you as you get fairly close. Extra downtime filled with interesting presentations about history, animals, current antarctic science and recent environmental issue affecting it. If you absolutely must have Emporer penguins, elephant seals or Orca, check the season you're going as we saw just a few but they were unusual and not to be expected at the time/places we went.

I'd recommend this trip to anyone I knew going to Antarctica who hasn't been there before and doesn't have extremely specific desires for wildlife that I didn't mention. It's fun, comprehensive, and the minimum commitment required for the adventure it offers.

This trip took place on the Ocean Endeavor, in early-mid February, on the West side of the Antarctic Peninsula.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Colombia Multisport & Lost City Trek
5 - Excellent
  • Sander Deschuymer
  • From Belgian
“Excellent”
Average Reviewed Tour: Buenos Aires Graffiti Tour South Circuit
3 - Average
  • Alyssia Woods
  • From USA
“Average”

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.