Mother Nature does not disappoint in South America. The continent is bursting with natural phenomenon, from volcanoes and waterfalls to rainforests and glaciers. And the culture, people and flavours are just as exciting.
There are so many places to visit, but no matter which you choose, be prepared for adventure, stunning scenery, mouth-watering cuisine and warm hospitality.
Canopy Walkway, the Amazon Rainforest.
Angel Falls, Venezuela.
Geyser del Tatio, Chile.
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The Amazon Rainforest
Get the best views from the treetops and an experience to remember. This is one of the world's longest canopy walkways and offers a perfect vantage point to take in the rainforest's Amazon wildlife and natural vegetation.
A sight to behold, this mammoth waterfall is the world's highest uninterrupted waterfall. It drops almost one kilometre over the edge of the Auyán-tepui Mountain in Canaima National Park. You might have to crane your neck to get a good glimpse.
Geyser del Tatio.
A geothermal field in the Andes mountains, the geysers erupt on the regular to create plumes of white steam. For the best viewing of the spectacle, get up early to watch at 6 a.m. as the sun rises.
The Wonders of South America.
12 day guided tour | Member Choice Vacations
Highlights: Santiago, Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Rio de Janeiro
CAA added benefit: $75 per person credit to use toward an optional excursion and $50 per person savings.