Friday, September 27, 2019

Where To Visit In South America?

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Have you ever set foot in South America? If you are planning to visit this land, you will probably wonder where to visit in South America. Don't worry, this article will introduce you to 5 Stunning Wonders of South America You May Not Know. Follow the following to know where to visit in South America!

1. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park (Brazil)

When you do not know where to visit in South America, let's try to discover Lençóis Maranhenses National Park. Located in the state of Maranhao, Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is the best tourist destination to visit Northeastern Brazil. The large area and beautiful natural landscape are the most attractive and attractive features in Lençóis Maranhenses.


Certainly, for the first time to visit the National Park, any visitor will wonder if this is the sandhill rising from the sea, or the sea lying in the sand. Factually, these are huge dunes, stretching over 1000 km2 outside the Amazon basin. In July and July every year, long rains poured in and there were thousands of blue lakes in the middle of fine white dunes.

2. Angel Falls (Venezuela)

With a height of about 979m, Venezuela's Angel Falls is the highest waterfall in the world. The waterfall is located on the edge of Auyantepui mountain of Canaima National Park (Venezuela). Although hidden in the deep forest, Angel waterfall always attracts many visitors to admire its grandeur.


From a distance, white foaming water flows down continuously like silk. From the top of the waterfall looking down, four sides of the mountain forest are completely covered by white steam, making visitors surprised by the magnificent landscape.

3. Lake Atitlan (Guatemala)

Located on the plateau in Guatemala, Lake Atitlan (Lago de Atitlan) was created after the volcanic eruption more than 80,000 years ago. The four sides of Atitlan are surrounded by three volcanoes (Atitlan, Tolimánet and San Pedro) and a series of Maya villages.


Atitlan is the deepest freshwater lake in the South American region, Atitlan is like a gem with poetic beauty. The surface of the lake is clear and green, like a mural. Surrounded by rolling, undulating mountains, stretching over 130km, peeks out of the white mist. Besides, you can go along the lake to visit the mysterious beauty of 12 villages named 12 apostles of Jesus.

4. The ancient city of Machu Picchu (Peru)

Nestled between a ridge in the Urubamba Valley (Peru), Machu Picchu is likened to an excellent architectural masterpiece and a unique testament to the Inca civilization.
The building was built entirely in the classic style of the Incas. All the walls, the stone blocks are tightly coupled together without using mortar so that a thin sheet of paper or blade cannot get in the middle.


Machu Picchu is divided into 3 areas: sacred area, pubic area, and area of ​​monks and aristocracy. Only about 5 km2 in width, the "lost city of the Incas" has a total of 140 different buildings such as temples, churches, parks, houses, and even prisons.
The Sun Temple is known as the most sacred site of the old city. Because, only once a year, when the sun shines through the walls, the temple looks like a torch that burns brightly day and night.

5. Perito Moreno glacier (Argentina - Chile)

Stretching on the territory of Argentina and Chile, Perito Moreno glacier (belonging to Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina) is dubbed the 8th wonder of the world. With a height of about 60m and spread over 5km, the glacier will give you beautiful gifts of nature.
Despite the warming of the Earth, the large and small icebergs here standstill, majestic among vast land and sky. The surface of the ice blocks is quite rugged and undulating, creating large and small gulps and water slots.


Every time the sun shines through the ice, the whole space is like a shining white shirt. The parts of the ice that submerged under the water showed a dark blue color. All these things create incredibly spectacular work.

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