South America Archive

Luxury Holidays in South America

With such a diverse range of landscapes, people, accommodation and experiences to be had on this incredible continent, choosing the perfect luxury South America holiday can be a tricky business. (more…)

Kaieteur Falls – South America

What does a waterfall say? Does nature have any message when it takes a deep plunge or it’s just another mode of entertainment for the humans? Well, there’re a lot of questions unanswered at this moment in time, as we seek higher divinity to unlock secrets of nature. Just a glimpse of water falling from high altitudes all the way down and then flowing humbly via streams, surely sets the mind tickling as to the strange phenomenon. The beauty of waterfalls is the view is spectacular from any angle observed and each could be described quite differently. (more…)

Lake Titicaca – The Highest Commercially Passable Lake In The World

Located at the border of Bolivia and Peru, the Lake Titicaca is around 12,500-ft over sea level, but this is not it about the Lake, and its worth mentioning that it also is the highest commercially passable lake in the world. The Lake Titicaca also is the biggest lake in South America. (more…)

Rio De Janeiro Carnival

The Carnival of Brazil, which is spelled as ‘Carnival’ in Portuguese language, it is a yearly festival, which is held forty days earlier to the Easter. On a particular days of Lent, earlier some Roman Catholics and other Christians gave up meat eating for certain period of time, this is why it is called as the rio de janeiro carnival, from Carnelevare, or to remove the meat in Portuguese. It is believed that the carnival has roots in the pagan festival of Saturnalia, and later it was adapted to Christianity, it was the time to say good bye to all the bad things for the season and get involved in the process of repentance and prepare for Christ’s death and resurrection. (more…)