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There are two hidden gems in the westernmost tip of the Caribbean coast of Colombia. The villages are called Capurganá and Sapzurro. Lush jungle and emerald green sea around these remote Caribbean villages stand out so much on the Panama border because of its beauty. Hike through unspoiled nature, dance in the evening at the
Manaus is a hidden city in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon forest. This city is so remote that you can only get there by boat or plane. The colorful port city of Manaus is the ideal starting point to explore the Amazon. Jungle tours are offered at every corner of the city. Just watch
Isla Gorgona is a national park where a limited number of people per day can enjoy the beautiful nature. Completely secluded from the rest of the world, Isla Gorgona is a home to a number of rare snakes, lizards, frogs and caimans. You might be even able to encounter the resident troop of capuchin monkeys
Skyscrapers rise into the sky in the modern center of São Paulo, the largest city in Brazil. In between those skyscrapers, green parks, palm trees, hundreds of shops and gigantic football stadiums adorn the streets. This is the metropolis of South America. São Paulo is located in the southeast of Brazil, about 300 kilometers from
Sucre is the official capital of Bolivia and is also called “the city with four names.” However, out of all the nicknames, Ciudad Blanca, the white city, describes the official capital of Bolivia the most it seems. The houses, churches and palaces in Sucre are immaculately white. And the red terracotta roofs stand out so
The Moai statues, the pearly white beaches and the Rano Raraku volcano make Easter Island a popular holiday destination. The Moai statues that adorn the coast of Easter Island are world famous and also for its mystery. Nobody really knows how the statues ended up on the coast. Easter Island is located no less than