From the Inca civilization symbol, Machu Picchu, to the only place in the world that feeds you feel like flying, South America holds many interesting touristic destinations, and I invite you to discover a top five of them.
Machu Picchu, The Ancient Inca Fortress
This is just one of the mysteries that surrounding the Inca civilization. Machu Picchu, located on top of the Andes, is one of the best preserved cities of the Incas, with streets, buildings and temples almost intact. If you like the history and the archeology, you can take a guide to accompany you on a tour from Cuzco to Machu Picchu.
The only condition imposed is that those who want to visit the Inca fortress must have stamina and must to resist to the road through the jungle.
Peten Region, A Symbol of Mayan Civilization
While Machu Picchu is a symbol of the Inca civilization, Peten Region, from Guatemala, is representative of the Mayan civilization. From the majestic ruins of Maya temples from Tikal, to the colony Flores streets, Peten remains a comfortable and safe alternative to visit tourist attractions.
In addition to these objectives, you can take a dip in the Peten Itza lake, or you can visit the caves from Ak’tun Kan.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, The Place Where You Can Fly
Perhaps the only place on the earth, where you literally feel that you fly and float with the clouds is Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt plain in the world, located in Bolivia. The completely flat surface reflects the image of the sky because the horizon line is lost and gives you a unique sensation, besides the benefits of exposure to salt.
The tourists who come here are advised to feel the most incredible effect, and to rent a car for trips on the salt surface. Also, to continue the holiday in the same salinity feature, you can stay in a hotel made entirely from salt.
Panama, A Quiet Location In Caribbean
The people who hate the crowds and the crowds of tourists on the beaches from Caribbean, but still want to relax on the beach in this location, can choose Panama.
The access to Bocas del Toro, a little archipelago on the west coast of the country, remains difficult even today, but this place is worth it, for the wild charm and for the quiet.
Red Frog Beach is a good choice, because here you can make diving.
The Giant Tortoises From Galapagos
Although is one of the most isolated place in the world, the Galapagos Archipelago remains an interesting touristic destination, and thanks due to the unique ecosystem and to the species of creatures that living here.
In Galapagos can be seen giant tortoises, sea lions, penguins, albatrosses and many other specimens of flora and fauna.
The variety of species was one of the arguments that led to the evolutionary theory launched by the naturalist Charles Darwin.