5. Easter Island
IMG_0680Isla de Pascua, Rapa Nui, the navy of the universe and possibly the most magical island in the world, is a destination of ‘South America’ that should not be missed. The history of Easter Island is covered by mystery. Who are these people, they traveled to the most remote island in the world? How could they survive with such limited resources and where did they finally go? Easter Island is known for the Moai statue, which is larger than 800 sculptures carved from the quarry and generally moved to various places around the island. However, this island has more than history. It hosts some of the most beautiful scenery one can see and there is crystal clear blue sea water with occasional sea turtles. There are beautiful hiking trails to the summit of the volcano that creates caves, explore and surf to surf. Easter Island is famous for its ‘wow’ and deserves it! You may never find a place that feels quite like this.
Cabañas Anavai Rapa Nui
Kona Koa Lodge
4. Tierra del Fuego
IMG_6620 They call it ‘El Fin del Mundo’ because of its location at the end of the world, or at the very least, the southernmost point you can go before you shill on the South Pole with Tierra del Fuego penguins. It is affiliated with Chile and Argentina, and there are channels of the famous Beagle running through Darwin. The terrain is surprisingly from arid regions to glaciers to snow-capped peaks rising 2,488 meters (8,163 ft). Because of Antarctica’s major seaports, the city is the most cosmopolitan of its time. And filled with the character of Ushuaia, the city is surrounded by mountains at the south end, full of delicious restaurants, seafood, dead bakeries. Regions of interest including the chocolate shop or restaurant. National Parks can explore the lakes and mountainous views that make up all of this by visiting National Geographic Magazine. Just because the island is not tropical does not mean it’s not worth going out on your way to visit. It is very popular in cold weather as well.
Hotel Las Lengas
Las Hayas Ushuaia
3. Isla del Sol
IMG_2318 Hides in the Andes of Bolivia on Lake Titicaca, the world’s most navigable lake, at 3,812 meters (12,507 ft). Isla del Sol is one of the small islands in Bolivia. At the height of the sunlight slightly. The permanent residents of this island come from many indigenous communities with their own special culture and rituals. No vehicles in Isla del Sol make it a paradise. Amazing scenery and beautiful beaches are perfect for those who visit. There are also a few restaurants, Inca ruins and Inca roads available for you to explore. In the mountainous part of this country it is amazing that for a few days on Isla del Sol you will feel as though you have stepped into a beach holiday. Interested in what Bolivia can offer? Look out for 5 other interesting reasons to put on your list.
Ecolodge La Estancia
2. Chiloe Island
The islands of the northern islands of Patagonia, Chile, which are covered by national mesmerises of magic and magic, and the ghost boats and mangroves on Chiloe Island. Chiloe Island is a non-stop destination and a unique cultural processing place. Chilote These islands are home to an independent navigational group, which makes Chiloe feel as though you cross the border to another country. Upon arrival you will be greeted with a view of the rolling green hills, similar to the British. Enjoy the selection of wilderness forests, which vary between dense jungle and amazingly gruesome scenery. All of this has a backdrop of alpine snow. The architecture in Chiloe is characterized by Palafito houses (houses, towers on the water), covered with tejuelas (wood shingles) and some of the best food I have in South America. (Think sea and seafood stew). There are over 150 beautiful and precious wooden churches scattered throughout this archipelago. Some of these are made without the use of nails, so the result of this unusual architecture is what UNESCO has done to protect the buildings that make up the heritage of Chiloe. Islands not only But it is a beautiful destination. It is also one of learning.
1. Galapagos Islands
IMG_0996 It is not surprising that the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador should be on the list of all Isla these tanks.