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Some unknow wonders of South America

April 29, 2017

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Some unknow wonders of South America

April 29, 2017

Travelers, who love the adventure and enjoy the life by knowing new places and meeting in amazing people. I  will tell you a few places not very well know but extremely beautiful in South America, here a few:

 

The rainbow colors mountains – Vinincunca in Peru:  The Ausangate is the fifth highest mountain of Peru, with 6384 meters it is located in the district of Pitumarca, province of Canchis, region of Cusco, in the south of Peru.

Going there is not an easy job but it is worthy, but from Cuzco you have to wake up before the sunrise, at 3am if you do a full day. After a nice breakfast 3hours and 30 minutes trek to arrive to Vinincunca, during the journey amazing view from mountains, valley and camelids blows your mind.

 

The Traful Lake Patagonia - Argentina side: The villa is small, but is not the main attraction of the place, because the secret is in Lake Traful. This lake hides a submerged forest like few in the world, and that requires a special permit and training to dive in it. 

 

Aysen, Island of the Dead - Chile:  Ideal for those interested in historical places with a good dose of mystery. This beautiful island, covered in cold forest and only 39 hectares in size, hides a murky history of neglect, disease, and survival. In 1905 a freighter with 200 rubber workers landed here. The poor feeding of the workers caused the emergence of a disease, probably scurvy, that killed the workers and, for fear of contagion, the survivors moved the bodies they called Island of the Dead. 

 

Madidi National Park - Bolivia: The city is small and serves as a base for exploring the surroundings. Madidi is another fascinating site of nature and jungle where biodiversity and exuberance do not leave anyone indifferent. It is the ideal spot where you can see dozens of bird species, exotic flowers, navigate undisturbed rivers, guided tours through the jungle. 

 

The Blue Lake Grotto - Brazil: Located in the state of mato Grosso do Sul discovered in 1924, which has a lake 90 meters deep and deep blue waters, believed to come from an underground river. Inside the grotto you can enjoy the geological formations and the spectacular effect caused by the reflection of the solar rays that enter to the cave and clash with the lake staining the walls of the same intense blue .

 

 

 

 

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