South America Guide

Hola to Travelers who want to explore the outdoors and dive deeply into extraordinarily diverse cultures. Welcome to South America! Rio’s beaches, Torres Del Paine, Iguazu Falls, Machu Picchu, and, of course, Cartagena are the continent’s top tourist destinations. And of course, you’ll want at least once in your life travel to Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world that offers stunning views of the Andes mountains.

In South America, there is no shortage of amazing places to discover, with always something novel and thrilling to try around every corner.

Things to Expect

Overview : South America

City life is unique across the continent. Lima, Peru’s capital city, is renowned for its world-class cuisine. In Chile, the bohemian neighborhoods of Valparaíso offer a colorful and eclectic experience, while Montevideo, Uruguay, has a laid-back vibe that’s perfect for a relaxing getaway.


Health, Weather and Safety tips:

S.A has a diverse range of climates and weather conditions and in contrary with Europe’s seasons. Some countries may require specific vaccinations, such as yellow fever or malaria, mosquito bites and tap water are to be aware of beforehand.


And also it is recommended to be aware of safety concerns and potential scams in the region, like pickpocketing or theft. Be vigilant in tourist areas and avoid carrying large amounts of cash or expensive items.

Covered Countries : 

Our travel and health insurance coverage applies to all countries in South America.


Costs, Currency and Money tips:

Currency varies by country, with the Brazilian real, Argentine peso, and Chilean peso being commonly used. Exchange money at official offices or banks to avoid scams, and be cautious when using ATMs, especially at night or in less populated areas. Bargaining is common but should be done

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