Destinations in South America: Check out a selection of the 70 best places to visit in South America and plan your backpacking trip!

THE South America It has stunning landscapes, snow-capped mountains, forests, surreal deserts, beaches, paradise islands and much more.

Anyone who thinks that only Europe can provide unforgettable experiences is wrong. THE South America It is an extremely rich and diverse continent. Here it is possible to marvel at the Andes mountain range or the beaches of Brazil, visit megalopolises, small fishing villages and historic cities, among other attractions.

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Our continent delights travelers from all over the world for the diversity spread across our Latin destinations, places like Rio de Janeiro, Machu Picchu and Buenos Aires are well known around the world, but South America has much more to offer. Historic towns, castles, snowshoeing and many unexpected destinations are found on the subcontinent.

Travel through South Americal is a great option, as the continent has itineraries that can please the most varied styles of travelers. We have a list with amazing destinations to be visited in South America.

El Chalten – Argentina

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Where to go in South America. Photo: Rodrigo Soldon / Wikimedia Commons

The charming little town of El Chalten located in Argentine Patagonia and is a great alternative for those who like mountains, lakes and enjoying the cold. In addition to unique landscapes, the destination allows the practice of sports, such as climbing and horseback riding.

Cusco – Peru

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Located in the Andes region, the city of cusco it is an important cradle of Inca culture. Despite being small, the city has good options for restaurants, shops and a lot of history. The Cathedral Basilica of Cusco and the Sacsaywaman Archaeological Park, are some of the mandatory stops of the destination.

Cartagena de Indias – Colombia

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Cartagena de Indias is one of the most charming cities in Colombia. There you can enjoy the Rosario Islands, visit the Cathedral of Cartagena, take a carriage ride, among many other options.

Los Roques – Venezuela

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Can you imagine visiting an archipelago of 50 islands in the Caribbean Sea? Los Roques provides this opportunity to its visitors. Whether to go diving and be enchanted by the aquatic fauna, or to contemplate the landscape and rest, the destination is perfect.

Valdivia – Chile

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Located in the southern region of Chile, Valdivia is a city surrounded by three rivers: Valdivia, Calle-Calle and Cau-cau. Tourists can take a boat ride, visit Oncol Park, visit the various breweries in the region, among other attractions.

Huaraz – Peru

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Huaraz is considered one of the most beautiful places in Peru and has landscapes that look like they came out of a movie screen. There are several natural beauties to be enjoyed and archaeological sites to be appreciated. Lake 69, for example, is very popular with tourists.

Colonia del Sacramento – Uruguay

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Peaceful Colonia del Sacramento is a great destination for those seeking peace. In addition to narrow and charming streets, the place is full of museums, churches and other historical monuments. The historic center of the city is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Purmamarca – Argentina

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Purmamarca is a small town in Argentina recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city's main attraction is Cerro de los Siete Colores, a hill built by local nature that has seven colors and is 70 million years old.

Chapada dos Veadeiros – Brazil

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THE Veadeiros Plateau is an incredible place, covering several municipalities of Goiás, and is much sought after by people who wish to have more contact with nature. And a photo is enough to understand why. There are several waterfalls, viewpoints, rocky walls, ecological trails, among other attractions.

Puerto Natales – Chile

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the small town of Puerto Natales is known for being the gateway to Torres del Paine Park. The place has a peaceful climate, it is surrounded by mountains, small agricultural properties and interesting museums, such as the Frigorifico Museum and the Municipal Museum.

Tayrona National Park – Colombia

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Tayrona National Park is located in the city of Santa Marta and is bathed by the Caribbean Sea. The park is located in the middle of an environmental reserve and at the foot of the Sierra Nevada, in Santa Marta. The place has a wide variety of fauna and flora, a true paradise for those who want contact with nature.

Baths – Ecuador

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Located in central Ecuador, the city of Baños is an excellent destination for those who enjoy adrenaline and extreme sports, such as rafting, rock climbing, abseiling and zip lines. The place also offers hot springs and waterfalls.  

Mendoza – Argentina

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In addition to being able to taste good wines, those who visit the city of Mendoza can be enchanted by several tourist attractions. It is possible, for example, to visit the beautiful Aconcagua Provincial Park and go skiing at Las Leñas and Los Penitentes stations.

Uyuni – Bolivia

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One of the main tourist attractions in Bolivia is the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat on the planet. In addition to being a good source of minerals for the region, the white immensity, which occupies more than 10 thousand square kilometers, enchants tourists from all over the world.

Ollantaytambo – Peru

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Ollantaytambo is a village located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. At the destination it is possible to visit an important archaeological site and impressive monuments, such as the Gate of the Gods and the Temple of the Sun.

Buenos Aires – Argentina

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THE capital of Argentina has already joined the list of favorite destinations for Brazilians. The city is pulsating, has a very charming architecture and several entertainment options. Casa Rosada, Plaza de Mayo and the National Museum of Fine Arts are some of the must-see spots in the metropolis.

Atacama Desert – Chile

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The Atacama Desert is on the border with Peru and is considered the driest desert in the world. At the destination you will find volcanoes, dunes, rock formations, among other natural beauties. The desert offers unique landscapes and is a good choice for those looking for adventures.  

Puno – Bolivia

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Located on the border with Peru, Puno is a city that attracts the attention of many tourists who visit the countries. The city's main attraction is the beautiful floating islands of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world.

Galapagos Islands – Ecuador

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Located in the Pacific Ocean, approximately 1000 kilometers off the coast of Ecuador, the 12 islands that make up the Galapagos Archipelago impress for their beautiful waters and the diversity they present in the fauna and flora. In addition to exuberant landscapes, the islands are recognized as important areas of environmental preservation.

Alter do Chão – Brazil

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Alter do Chão located in Santarém, in the state of Pará. The place is considered the Caribbean of the Amazon and the similarity is really striking. The fishing village attracts the attention of the whole world with its beaches of fresh water and fine sand.

Ushuaia – Argentina

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THE capital of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago has a good demand for travelers of the most varied styles. At the destination it is likely to find penguins, sea lions, visit Tierra del Fuego National Park, among other interesting tours.

Lencois Maranhenses – Brazil

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You Maranhão sheets is located in the eastern region of the state of Maranhão and is part of the Rota das Emoções. In addition to the wonderful dunes, Lagoa Bonita and Rio Preguiças are part of the show.  

San Andres – Colombia

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San Andrés is an island that is enchanting more and more Brazilians. The scenery is enchanting and it is not by chance that the region is known as the Colombian Caribbean. The sea is known for having 7 shades of blue and it is possible to do several leisure activities in the region.

Valparaiso – Chile

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The small Chilean commune is one of the most visited places in the country. The colonial houses and the beautiful hills of the city enchant visitors. The destination is port and has a good view of the sea. Among the main walks of the place are the Paseo Gervasoni and La Sebastiana

Fernando de Noronha – Brazil

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Located in Pernambuco, Fernando de Noronha It is the most famous archipelago in the country. Comprised of 21 islands, the destination is the travel dream of many Brazilians. In addition to crystalline beaches, diverse vegetation and beautiful rock formations, the marine richness of the region also attracts the attention of tourists from all over the world.

El Calafate – Argentina

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Located in Argentine Patagonia, El Calafate It is the closest city to the famous Parque Nacional los Glaciares. The destination is close to the border with Chile and its main tourist spot is the glacier Moreno expert, also known as the “ice giant”.

Huacachina – Peru

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huacachina is a small village that is close to the Peruvian coast. The village has about 100 residents and is built around a lake. The buggy rides through the dunes of the region and around the lagoon, are part of the main attractions of the place that has incredible landscapes.

Tiradentes – Brazil

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Brazil is not just about beautiful beaches. Tiradentes, located in Minas Gerais, is a historic city founded in 1702. The historic center of the destination is made up of old colonial mansions, churches, museums and monuments that help tell the country's past.  

Bariloche – Argentina

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The city is surrounded by snowy peaks, typical of the region close to the Andes Mountains. In addition to having many natural beauties, bariloche is known for being an excellent place to practice snow sports. Cerro Catedral, the largest ski resort in Latin America, is located in the destination.

Manaus – Brazil

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The capital of Amazonas is an important tourist destination in Brazil. There are several attractions, such as the famous Teatro Amazonas, the immense Anavilhanas Archipelago and the Seringal Museum. Visitors can also enjoy the rich local cuisine, which has several types of fish, tacacá, in addition to the traditional açaí.  

Aguas Calientes – Peru

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Destinations in South America. Photo: Charles J Sharp / Wikimedia Commons

Agua Calientes is a friendly village at the foot of the mountain known for being the gateway to Machu Picchu, one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. As its name implies, the city offers thermal baths to visitors.

Easter Island – Chile

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The secluded and fascinating Easter Island is 3500 kilometers off the coast of Chile. In addition to beautiful beaches, those who visit the island can visit the Rano Kau and Rano Raraku volcanoes and shop at the local artisanal market. The gastronomy of the region also surprises tourists.

Paraty - Brazil

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paraty, is located in the state of Rio de Janeiro, and enchants tourists with its beautiful beaches and the conservation of its natural beauties. The historic center of the city, where the Museum of Sacred Art and the House of Culture are also worth visiting.

Guatape – Colombia

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Guatapé is a lively and colorful city. The destination is a great place to practice extreme sports, such as zip lining and horseback riding. There you can also admire the landscape at the Peñol viewpoint and see the ruins of Pablo Escobar's farm.

Esquel – Argentina

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Also located in Argentine Patagonia, Esquel is a small town surrounded by mountains and ideal for those who want to relax. The destination is located at the foot of the Andes mountain range and offers boat trips, trails and wonderful landscapes to its visitors.  

Santiago – Chile

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Chile Santiago It is a very interesting, modern and organized city. The destination is well wooded and has very diverse tourist attractions. The city's Central Market, Cerro Santa Lucía Park and La Moneda Palace are some of the capital's attractions.

Puerto Varas – Chile

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Located in the Los Lagos Region of Chile, Puerto Varas was colonized by Germans and it demonstrates this in the architecture. The city has a cold climate and the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park are some of its most important tourist attractions.

Vina del Mar – Chile

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The coastal town of Viña del Mar is very close to Valparaíso, and has a rich architecture and very good restaurants. Visiting Wulff Castle, Quinta Vergara Park and the Flower Clock are some of the coolest tours in the commune.  

Cajon del Maipo – Chile

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Very close to Santiago, Cajon del Maipo, located in the Cordillera de los Andes, is a true natural refuge, whether in winter or summer. The main attractions of the destination are the natural thermal water pools and the El Morado Natural Monument.

Lima – Peru

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THE capital of peru It has almost 8 million inhabitants and several tourist attractions: squares, archaeological sites, parks, restaurants. The Reserve Park, known for having several water sources, the imposing Government Palace and the Gold Museum are some of the main tourist attractions in Lima.

Montevideo – Uruguay

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Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, has a calm and welcoming atmosphere. Most attractions are in the city center, such as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Montevideo, the Fountain of Padlocks and the Solis Theater. The gastronomy of the region is also worth mentioning, one of the main dishes is the dulce de leche.

Quito – Ecuador

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Best places in South America. Photo: Tourism Quito, Ecuador

The historic center of the capital of Ecuador is extremely well preserved and is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In addition, the city is at the center of the world and has interesting sights, such as Plaza de La Independencia and the Metropolitan Cathedral of Quito.

Arequipa – Peru

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Recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, arequipa is a Peruvian city colonized by Spain. The Santa Catalina Monastery and the Plaza de Armas are some of the points of destination that impress with their architecture.

Ayacucho – Peru

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Ayacucho is located in the central Sierra of Peru. The place is also known as City of Churches for hosting important religious events in the region, such as the Holy Week of Ayacucho.

Mancora – Peru

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Located on the Peruvian coast, Mancora has a small-town feel. The destination has several beautiful beaches and attracts many surfers for the quality of its waves. It is a perfect place to relax and enjoy good views.

Amazon – Brazil

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How about discovering the largest rainforest in the world? In Brazil, the Amazon is present in the following states:Tocantins, amazon, Roraima, Rondônia, For, amapá, Acre, maranhão and part of Mato Grosso. The forest is extremely rich, it has the largest hydrographic basin in the world and an immense variety of fauna and flora. Despite having difficult access, there are companies that offer guided tours of the destination and an interesting variety of hotels.

 

Valdes Peninsula – Argentina

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The Valdés Peninsula, which is located in Argentine Patagonia, is the birthplace of a wide variety of animals, including dolphins, elephant seals, whales, penguins. Tourists can get very close to the animals and enjoy incredible landscapes.

Lost City – Colombia

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Located in the Sierra Nevada, the Lost City is a Colombian archaeological site. The destination is in the middle of the forest and was built by Tayronas Indians between the 13th and 14th centuries. There you will be able to see the ruins of indigenous civilization and it is a true tour of the region's past.

Bogota – Colombia

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THE capital of Colombia It is a charming and extremely cultural place. Cerro Monserrate gives a beautiful view of the city and is worth a visit. The historic center is also very interesting, there you can see Plaza Bolivar and the Catedral Primada de Colombia. The city's cuisine is also delicious, the most famous dish being the ajiaco soup.

Minca – Colombia

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Minca is a small town located in the Sierra Nevada, in the city of Santa Marta, Colombia. The destination has several trails, waterfalls and an excellent accommodation structure to welcome tourists.

La Paz – Bolivia

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La Paz, the administrative capital of Bolivia, is located in the midst of the Andes Mountains, at an altitude of over 3600 meters. Most of the city's attractions are located in the center, such as Murillo Square, San Francisco Church and the famous Witches' Market.

Maceio – Brazil

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to ccapital of alagoas stands out for its crystalline waters, its natural pools, and the beautiful vegetation that surrounds its beaches. In addition, the city has an excellent structure of kiosks and stalls. Among the most famous beaches are Ponta Verde, Pajuçara and Praia do Francês.

Death Road – Bolivia

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It may seem strange, but the most dangerous road on the planet is also a major tourist attraction in Bolivia. The place is only 3 meters wide, more than 64 kilometers, and is full of precipices. Despite having already witnessed many deaths and accidents, the Death road still attracts many adventure-seeking tourists.

Potosi – Bolivia

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Potosí is one of the highest cities in the world and is located at the foot of Cerro Rico. It is worth strolling through its colonial streets, admiring the old mansions and taking a tour of the city's mines. The place is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Sucre – Bolivia

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The constitutional capital of Bolivia, sucre, has a well-preserved historic center and is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is very charming and has several tourist attractions, such as Casa de la Libertad, Plaza 25 de Mayo and Parque Bolivar.

Tihuanaco – Bolivia

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Anyone visiting Bolivia can admire the ruins of a prehistoric city. At Ruins of Tihuanaco are located near Lake Titicaca approximately 70 kilometers from La Paz. The archaeological site is full of impressive monuments and pieces, such as the Monolith of Ponce and the Akapana.

Foz do Iguaçu – Brazil

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Foz do Iguaçu, which is in the state of Paraná, is a very beautiful city with several options for tours. Its main attraction is the famous Iguazu Falls. The set of waterfalls, located in the Iguacu National Park, enchants tourists from all over the world and is one of the most visited natural destinations in the country.

Arraial do Cabo – Brazil

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Located in the Lagos Region, the municipality of Cable camp It is a great destination option for those who like the beach and contact with nature. Due to the color of the sea in the region, the city received the reputation of the Brazilian Caribbean. Praia do Pontal, Gruta Azul and Praia do Farol are some of the main attractions of the destination.

Salvador – Brazil

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THE capital of Bahia It is a charming place, full of rhythms, colors and flavors. Among the most important beaches are Praia do Farol da Barra, Praia de Ondina and Praia de Itapuã. One of the favorite tours for visitors is to walk through Pelourinho, the city's historic district is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Beautiful – Brazil

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The city of Beautiful, located in Mato Grosso do Sul, is a great destination for those who want to have contact with nature. The municipality really impresses with its beauty and ecological diversity. The Lago Azul Cave, the Serra da Bodoquena and the Natural Aquarium are mandatory stops for anyone visiting Bonito.

Jalapão – Brazil

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Although still little known, Jalapão is one of the most incredible destinations in Brazil. Jalapão State Park, located in the state of Tocantins, houses dunes, waterfalls, dunes, river beaches, hot springs and several other natural attractions.

Punta del Este – Uruguay

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Punta del Este is the main seaside resort in Uruguay. The main beaches of the destination are Mansa and Brava. As the name implies, Praia Mansa has calm waters and Praia Brava has stronger waves and, therefore, attracts many surfers. In addition to the natural beauties, the city also draws attention for its casinos, luxury homes and buildings.

Cordoba – Argentina

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Córdoba is a lively and cozy Argentine city. Despite having a country atmosphere, the destination receives many students and has an intense nightlife. The Córdoba Cathedral and the Manzana Jesuíta are some of the main tourist attractions of the place.

Medellin – Colombia

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Medellín is the second largest city in Colombia and has an extremely welcoming population. Despite its violent past, the municipality is currently considered a great place to live and also for tourism. Among the main tourist attractions are the Botanical Garden of Medellín, Plaza Cisneros and the Casa de la Memoria Museum.

Iquitos – Peru

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Iquitos is a city isolated from the rest of Peru, the city has no roads and you can only get there by boat or plane. Despite this, it is worth visiting the destination to discover the Peruvian Amazon jungle. The Belén fair and the famous Ayahuasca also attract the attention of tourists.

Rio de janeiro Brazil

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THE Rio de Janeiro is one of the most important cities in the country and seen worldwide as an important postcard of Brazil. The city has stunning beaches, such as Copacabana Beach and Ipanema Beach, and important monuments such as Cristo Redentor and Arcos da Lapa, among countless other tourist attractions.

Mount Roraima – Venezuela

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Monte Roraima is an incredible place, full of rivers, lakes and other natural attractions. The mountain is much sought after by adventurers from all over the world for its beauty and the difficulty of its trails. The destination is located on the triple border between Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela and is about 2,875 meters high.

Pucon – Chile

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Located in the south of Chile, Pucón is a very charming city and has a very peaceful atmosphere in the low season. The city was built around Lake Villarica and is a great place for those who enjoy ecotourism and adventure sports.

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