Sailing & Boat Tours
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South America - Sailing & Boat Tours
From Cartagena: Full Day Pirate Ship Sailing With Historical Fort Tour, Beach Lunch And Open Bar
From Cartagena: Full Day Pirate Ship Sailing With ...
Duration: 8 hours
From Cartagena: Pirate Ship Sunset Sail With Open Bar
From Cartagena: Pirate Ship Sunset Sail With Open ...
Duration: 90 minutes
Private Day Tour To Tigre And Parana Delta
Private Day Tour To Tigre And Parana Delta...
Duration: 1 days
From Buenos Aires: Premium Boat Trip To Tigre
From Buenos Aires: Premium Boat Trip To Tigre...
Duration: 5 hours
From Puerto Iguazu: Small Group Excursion To Iguazu Falls In The Argentina Side With Boat Ride
From Puerto Iguazu: Small Group Excursion To Iguaz...
Duration: 9 hours
From El Calafate: Full-Day Excursion To Estancia Cristina With Boat Tour & Lunch
From El Calafate: Full-Day Excursion To Estancia C...
Duration: 12 hours
Boat Ride In The Beagle Channel To Penguin Colony From Ushuaia
Boat Ride In The Beagle Channel To Penguin Colony ...
Duration: 5 hours
Have you ever been to South America?
The South American continent is among the most diverse on our planet, in nature and in culture. Since most of its territory was a victim of European colonialism, the present population is made up of peoples of diverse origins, making South America a continent of tomorrow. It is home to the largest living forest today, the Amazon rainforest, and has coastal areas of endless tropical beaches, and Brazilian summer stands out with party and warmth. To the south the climate begins to cool and during the winter, December to February, the Argentine regions receive many tourists in search of the snow. In Peru, the ruins of Machu Picchu tell the story of the extinct Inca empire, decimated by the Spanish. Huge caves, active volcanoes, driest deserts in the world. You will find climates and biomes for all tastes, in lands of welcoming and hardworking people, that grows next to its megalopolises. All of Latin America will welcome you with open arms.