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Visiting South America? Plan your South America travel with this board. You'll find trekking tips, places to go, beaches, itineraries, budget guides, wildlife…
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Quito in Three Days – The Best of Ecuador’s Andean Heart
Quito, South America's oldest capital is the colonial pearl of the Andes. Nestled amid snowcapped volcanic peaks, the city's stunning Old Town is a UNESCO World heritage site and filled with beautiful churches covered in gold and unique artefacts. Quito represents the starting point for the majority of travellers visiting Ecuador. Check out what's not to be missed in this gorgeous city | What to do in Quito | Highlights Quito | #quito #ecuadortravel #travelsouthamerica
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Otavalo, Ecuador: The best market in the Andes
Otavalo, Ecuador is home to one of the largest markets in the Andes. This highland market is famous for textiles, woven baskets and more. You can shop till you drop or simply browse and admire the craftsmanship. Or, take a tour to the surrounding artisan villages and learn how they make their wares. There's also great hiking in the area and a beautiful waterfall. Don't miss it on your travel itinerary through Ecuador or South America! #ecuador #travel
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Whitewater rafting in Ecuador: The ULTIMATE Amazon adventure
White water rafting Class IV and V rapids will get even the biggest adrenaline junkie's heart pumping. Ecuador is the perfect place to try this adventure sport. Hop on a raft through the Amazon rainforest, paddle wild stretches of river, see incredibly diverse bird life, and try panning for gold. The city of Tena will be your base, where you can find comfy hotels and good restaurants. It's only 3 hours from Quito -- so an easy addition to your South America trip! #ecuador #travel
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3 weeks in Ecuador: The PERFECT itinerary
Andean peaks. Adorable llamas. Colorful markets. Jungle adventures. Ecuador packs the best of South America into a small, easy-to-travel country. This Ecuador itinerary will take you from hiking in the northern highlands to rafting the southern rivers. Includes the best restaurants, cafes, tours, activities, and things to do -- all tailored for solo female travelers on a tight budget. #ecuador #travel
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Ecuador and Galapagos travel guide for solo female travelers
Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands are the perfect intro to South America. You can hike and trek in the Andes, visit colorful markets, see an incredible diversity of wildlife, go scuba diving, and lounge on postcard-perfect beaches. It's easy to travel Ecuador on a budget, and very safe for solo female travelers, making it a great backpacking destination. This guide includes itineraries, food, activities/things to do, and more.
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Things to do in Colombia for solo female travelers
Beaches. Mountains. Jungle. Cities. Colombia is one of the most diverse travel destinations in South America. It can be hard to narrow down all the places to visit for a two week or one month trip. This travel guide will help you decide on the best itinerary based on what you love -- food, nightlife, culture, nature, history and more. Includes Medellin, Cartagena, Bogota, Salento, Guatape and much more, all from the perspective of solo female travel.
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Things to do in Salento, Colombia
Salento, Colombia is a town in the Zona Cafetera - the Coffee Axis. It's just 30 minutes away from the Valle de Cocora and fantastic hiking trails in the Andes mountains. You can visit a coffee plantation in an afternoon. But Salento itself has tons of things to do -- great restaurants and cafes, cultural attractions, and even a place to watch the sunset. Plus there are several great places to stay in Salento for al budgets.
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3 days in Medellin
Medellin, Colombia is one of the most fascinating cities on the planet. The City of Eternal Spring has emerged from the Pablo Escobar era to become a vibrant cultural destination. Take a free walking tour with Real City Tours, check out the street art, ride the cable cars, or simply indulge in the fabulous coffee and food scenes. No trip to South America is complete without visiting Medellin.
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