The Lake District is undeniably one of the most beautiful areas of South America. Outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world come here in search of extreme outdoor adventures and peaceful escapes into nature. Trekking, skiing, white water rafting, mountain biking, kayaking, rock climbing and fishing are some of the many activities offered in the region.
Argentina is a country of infinitely captivating landscapes, from the snow-capped mountains of the Andes to the waterfalls of Iguazú. The combination of wildlife, opportunities for outdoor adventures and the culture and history that its cities offer, make Argentina the perfect destination for a South American vacation.
Founded as late as 1853 during the German colonization of southern Chile, Puerto Montt soon outgrew older neighboring cities due to its strategic position at the southern end of the Chilean Central Valley being a gateway city into Chiloé Archipelago, Llanquihue and Nahuel Huapi lakes and Western Patagonia.
The city is well known for its German traditions, its food, its fish and seafood, the natural environment, its casino and 5 star hotels. Only 12 miles from Puerto Montt, located on the shore of the Llanquihue Lake, one of the largest natural lakes in South America.
Chile’s Lake District is famous for its spectacular scenery of deep blue mountain lakes, snow-capped volcanos, pristine beauty of alerce (larch) forests, popular resorts, year-round sports, and traditional folklore, handicrafts and legends.
Rapa Nui, or Easter Island is one of the most isolated islands on Earth. Early settlers called the island “Te Pito O Te Henua” (Navel of The World). Officially a territory of Chile, it lies far off in the Pacific Ocean, roughly halfway to Tahiti. Known as one of the world’s sacred sites, it is most famous for its enigmatic giant stone busts, known as ‘moai’.
Valparaíso, port and city, is located on the coast of central Chile, just 74 miles from Santiago. This port city is full of history and nostalgia, also described as an urban and architectural curiosity. Valparaiso is a natural bay that is surrounded by a mountain chain that bathes its foothills in the sea and transforms it in an amphitheater that looks towards the Pacific.
A trip to the White Continent is without doubt one of the most unique experiences of a lifetime! No place on earth compares to this vast white wilderness distilled to an elemental haiku: snow, ice, water, rock. Antarctica is simply stunning. The enormity of its ice shelves and mountain ranges invariably heightens feelings of humanity’s insignificance and nature’s grandeur.
Punta del Este is one of South America’s most glamorous beach town and easily the most expensive place in Uruguay. Extremely popular with Argentineans and Brazilians. With its many beaches, elegant houses, yacht marinas and high class restaurants Punta del Este is the summer glamour destination of Uruguay! From Buenos Aires you can take a ferry to Montevideo and continue by bus transfer.
Considered World Heritage of the Humanity in 1995 by Unesco, Colonia del Sacramento is known for being one of the cities of the Río de la Plata which still keeps the marvelous magic of its history. Foundered by Portuguese, Spain and Portugal fight for it for decades, the city became a mixture of architectonical styles.