Touring is always fun, especially when you can plan it with dual advantage. You often do so don’t you; like planning a tour and an adventure together, or like planning a tour and a visit to a relative together. This time plan your tour with a twist. The Olympic Games have ended, and you may be thinking of returning from South America. But hold on, and stay a little long. The games are over, but your tour may not be over yet. Something really interesting and similar is suggested by the Travel Pulse news through the 17 Aug’16 article. The author Janeen Christoff suggests how you can plan the South America Tours after the Olympics.
Things to visit in South America – the Top Attractions
Christ the Redeemer
As you start your tour from Rio de Janeiro, the first place of visit should be Christ the Redeemer. The huge statue of Christ, which is also one of the 8 wonders of the world, is on the Sugar Loaf Mountains. This place is one of the best places in the whole of South America tours, as you watch the man made marvel in disbelief. The height and the crowd are both fascinating. You are allowed to watch it for 30 minutes after you buy the passes. The best time to visit is in the morning, and then you may spend the rest of the day with the freshened up mood.
Ride over the Iguassu Falls
The view of the Iguassu falls and the adjoining rain forests which surround the falls, and the whole area is breathtaking. Now you must be able to get a bird’s eye view of the whole thing to assimilate the beauty into your body and soul. That is of course possible with the helicopter ride facilities for the tourists. You can tour over the falls in a helicopter, and click pictures if the weather is alright. This is undoubtedly one of the most memorable experiences, the South America tours offer all tourists.
This is another crowded tourist destination on the map of South America. To reach here you may start from the Pedro Bonita flight ramp at the Tijuca national Park. The beach in South Conrado is one of the best places to watch the granite mountain peaks, city skyline, and beaches.
A gastronomic tour of South America
That is not all; without a gastronomic tour of any place, your visit stays incomplete. To experience your South America tour in depth, you must taste the local cuisines, street foods and drinks of the country. That is when you assimilate the culture of the nation, and take home with you loving memories of the place.
For this, you must be open to the place and people, and must roam around the cities and places here. Walking is the best way to tour a new place when you want to know it well, and try the street food and specialties. Try South American holiday this time when you are still inside the country after enjoying the Olympics.