1. Perito Moreno
In the area of San Cruz, which is located in Argentina, the Perito Moreno Glacier is located. This glacier has a length of 30 km, a height of 80 meters. Perito Moreno is listed in a national park called Los Glaciares. This unusual miracle of the World occupies 150 kilometers of square territory. It is noteworthy that this glacier continues to grow, although most of the glaciers in the world are melting and losing size. The exact cause as to why this is
is not yet known. Perito Moreno takes the 3rd position in the volume of fresh water in the world. The main reason for the popularity of the glacier is its accessibility.
2. Atacama Desert
The Atacama Desert is located in northern Chile and is the driest non-polar place on Earth. This arid landscape consists predominantly of salt lakes, red canyons, mountains, and sand, covering an area of 41,000 square miles. The temperature in the Atacama ranges from 26 degrees to -2 on the coldest days.
3. Rio de Janeiro
Everyone knows that Rio de Janeiro is the birthplace of the huge statue of Jesus Christ, which is recognised as one of the seven modern wonders of the world. It is the largest art deco statue in the world and a symbol of Rio. The statue is located on the top of Mount Corcovado as if contemplating the city of Rio de Janeiro, and the outstretched hands of Jesus Christ symbolise the world. Rio de Janeiro is definitely on the list of the best beach cities in the world with the most famous beach of Copacabana.
Surrounded by the picturesque Sugar Loaf Mountain, the beach stretches for almost 5 kilometers. The main event of the Rio Carnival is the samba parade, in which more than 200 different samba schools participate. If you don’t have a partner yet to take them to Rio and you want to meet one online, then you should know how to make a good online profile on a dating site.
4. Angel Falls
Angel Falls (976 meters high) is the highest waterfall in the world. It is located in the middle of a dense forest in Southeastern Venezuela, which is quite difficult for tourists to reach. However, with the help of the locals, you can reach this delightful waterfall. A helicopter ride is another more expensive option, offering breathtaking views of the Angel Falls.
This place was named after Jimmy Angel, who accidentally discovered it in 1933. In the rainy season, Angel is divided into two different waterfalls, and the sound of water is heard from a distance of 1 kilometer. In the dry season, drops of water from the top evaporate before reaching the ground.
5. Galapagos Islands
Galapagos is an archipelago of many volcanic islands. These delightful islands are located in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, about 620 miles south of mainland South America. The Galapagos Islands are known for their isolation and unique wildlife. The isolation and the absence of large predators make the wildlife in the Galapagos Islands an exceptionally unique home to many local species.
6. Iguazu Falls
Along the Iguazu Falls is the international border of Brazil and Argentina. This is the real water miracle of the world – a beautiful waterfall more than two kilometers wide, consisting of 275 separate segments. Most of these waterfalls reach about 70 meters in height, and two-thirds of Iguazu are on the Argentine side. Iguazu is taller and twice as wide as the famous Niagara Falls. The average volume of falling water is 1756 cubic meters per second, and during the flood season, it can reach 13000 cubic meters.
For this reason, the central part of the waterfall is called the “Devil’s Throat”. U-shaped narrow abyss 150 meters long and 80 meters high consists of 14 beautiful waterfalls. Special pedestrian bridges allow you to see Iguazu in the immediate vicinity, and one of the trails runs directly under the waterfall.
7. Uyuni salt flats
Spread over 4086 square miles, the Uyuni salt flat is located in southwestern Bolivia and is the largest salt lake in the world. The thickness of the salt layer ranges from 2 meters to 20 meters, where 70 percent of the lithium reserves of the Earth are concentrated. This is truly one of the main natural wonders in South America. The Uyuni salt marsh was formed by drying a lake called Lago Bolivian about 40,000 years ago. According to rough estimates, Uyuni contains 10 billion tons of salt. Because the Uyuni salt flat is exceptionally flat, NASA uses this location to calibrate satellites.