The Top Ten Places to Visit in South America
Iguazu Falls, Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay
Here three countries share a border at one of the world’s most amazing natural wonders. Iguazu National Park is awe inspiring with over 275 falls, and the largest cascading down 270 feet. You can see the falls by a series of bridges or get up close by boat. Toucans, hummingbirds and monkeys are all seen frolicking within arm’s reach. You might even see a jaguar. Iguazu is a nature lover’s paradise.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
With 14 lane highways and couples dancing the tango in the street, you can’t help but fall in love with this city. Buenos Aires has the most unique mixture of European and Latin cultures unlike any place else on earth. The beef is recognized around the world as the best. You can sip coffee at a local café, cruise with the jet set crowd in Recoleta or schedule a stay at a luxurious ranch in the nearby countryside. Find an authentic tango bar and dance the night away.