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  • TAM and LAN airfares to South America from $397 r/t

    Peru

    Peru

    From among the best travel deals brought to you this week by our deal hunters, the best is probably a bunch of South America airfares with TAM and LAN Airlines from just $397 r/t including taxes.

    We have also found domestic flights from $69 one way with Virgin America throughout the Fall, Amalfi Coast and Rome vacations with air from $1,529 per person, The Wellington Hotel in New York City from $134 per night and so on. Hurry, the best deals always sell out first!

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  • Latin America as a medical tourism destination

    Medicine costs

    Medicine costs ©Images_of_Money/Flickr

    This very interesting segment of the travel industry called medical tourism was created by high and rising health care costs in the United States. According to the organization called Patients Beyond Borders, medical travel is a circa $40 billion year business in a year…

    A main – if not the biggest – destination for medical tourism is Latin America for more reasons and we are trying to shed a light on these specific reasons below. You have anything to add? Please let us know in the comment section.

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  • Miami to South America flights with LAN Airlines under $550

    LAN Airlines

    LAN Airlines Aircraft ©Pablo C.M./Flickr

    Travelgrove’s deal hunting editors really made an effort this week and found some cheap Miami to South America flights with LAN Airlines. Airfares are round-trip on economy class and prices start at $549 per person, including taxes and fees – a Saturday night overstay required.

    Booking must be completed till August 27; and travel dates must be between November 30 – December 10.

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  • The amazing beaches of Chile

    Arica

    Arica

    More often than not, the mention of Chile will conjure up images of its snow-capped Andes, the lovely colonial capital, Santiago de Chile, or the elongated shape of a country that encompasses both the driest desert and the most impressive glacial fields in the world. It’s easy to forget that Chile’s is 4300 kilometers long, which means that if there’s one thing Chile has no shortage of, it’s beaches.

    Not all of the Chilean coastline is a smooth strip of sand, quite the opposite – the part where land meets sea is often rugged and craggy, but every now and then it gives way to a lovely beach. Visit the amazing beaches of Chile, another natural wonder that this country can be proud of.

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  • The best hikes in South America

    Top of Mount Roraima, photo by Adalbertop on Flickr

    With about three hundred national parks of South America, the continent is bound to be a hiker’s paradise. Dramatic mountain landscapes, barren deserts, some of the coldest and the hottest places on earth, and mysterious forests that haven’t been entirely explored yet make the South American continent ripe for all manner of adventures in nature.

    Hardened hikers as well as travelers tackling a trek for the first time will find a corner to explore. Whether you prefer to brave the hurdles of weather and land, or if you like to walk at a leisurely place admiring the scenery without overexerting yourself, the best hikes in South America will not disappoint you.

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  • Travel to Cuzco, Peru’s colonial gem

    Cusco

    Cusco

    Peru’s history might not always be a happy story, but it always a fascinating one. The most famous relic of Peruvian history is Macchu Picchu, the ‘lost city of the Inca’, which was not city at all, but merely a princely estate.

    If you’re looking for an Inca city, look no further than Cuzco, the old capital of the Inca Empire, a monument of Spanish colonialism later on, and currently one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in South America.

    If you want to binge on pre-Columbian archaeology, Cuzco is your answer, but one of the most fascinating features of the city is its colonial architecture. Millions of tourists come to this amazing city every year, so join the ranks and visit Cuzco, Peru’s colonial gem.

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  • The stunning nature reserves of Suriname

    photo by borderlys on Flickr

    South Africa has such amazingly well known tourist attractions, and natural wonders that the whole world has heard about, and yet there’s always some spot to be found on the map where few tourist tread.

    Suriname is located in one such forgotten corner of the continent, sandwiched between Brazil, Guyana and French Guyana. Suriname calls itself the beating heart of the Amazon, and this is no mere overstatement. The country can best be described as a lush and green patch of forests crisscrossed by rivers, hiding an extraordinary cultural diversity.

    Suriname’s people is a mix and match of people descended from British and Dutch colonists, African slaves, Indian and Indonesian indentured workers and indigenous people, and while the cultural makeup has changed over the centuries, one thing stayed the same: the country’s natural beauty. Here is a short guide to the stunning nature reserves of Suriname.

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  • Easter around the world: South America

    Colombia

    Colombia

    Since the most widespread religion in most South American countries is Christianity, Easter is celebrated with various degrees of pomp and ceremony all over the continent.

    Easter is a good time for family celebrations, but it works just as well, if not better, as a window for a holiday. If you decide to head out of your home during Easter, whether on your own or with family or friends, South America is a great choice.

    Even at other times of the year, the particular blend of indigenous culture and African and European influences make South America is great cultural travel destination. The many Easter traditions and customs in South American countries turn this holiday into an exciting time of the year even for those who don’t usually celebrate it. So here are some more insights into how people celebrate Easter around the world: South America in particular.

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  • 5 reasons to travel to Guyana

    Kaieteur Falls, photo by Stefan Krasowski on Flickr

    Guyana, ‘the land of many waters’, is one of the smallest countries in South America, and not a travel destination that one typically hears much about. But mystery is one of the main charms of Guyana, especially since the world has been ‘shrinking’ more and more in the past few years, and there are precious few travel destinations that can still claim to be pretty much unexplored.

    This is not to say that there is no tourism in Guyana, but simply that tourism in the country is left to the adventurous and the extremely curious. If you’re into eco-tourism, rough travel in the wild, and interesting cultural experiences, then you won’t need more than 5 reasons to travel to Guyana to hop on a place.

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  • The best carnivals in South America

    Montevideo Carnival, photo by Vincent Alongi

    For those who keep it, Lent is far from being the most pleasant time of the year – being deprived of your favorite foods or other indulgences is no small sacrifice for many.

    This is why carnival season, right before Lent begins, is a time of revelry and self-indulgence, so that people can have one last blast before staying away from all the fun for a while. At least, this was the original purpose of the carnival, but today it’s a great opportunity to party weather you’re religious or not.

    Some of the biggest and most vibrant carnivals take place in South America, with the Rio as the uncrowned queen of them all. But the Rio carnival is far from being the only one, so if you find yourself somewhere on the continent during the upcoming months, check out some of the best carnivals in South America.

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