South America is a continent that consists of only 12 countries and a population of almost 400 million people. The main languages spoken in this continent is Spanish and Portuguese but other languages include French and English, amongst others. Of the whole population of South America, 90% of people are of the Christian faith including Roman Catholic and others denominations.
This southern landmass is surrounded by various bodies of water including the North Atlantic Ocean to the north east, the Caribbean Sea to the North, the South Pacific Ocean to the west, and the South Atlantic Ocean to the south east. Being the more southern continent of the Americas, this landmass tends to receive warmer weather throughout the year which is enjoyed by many tourists.
Buenos Aires, Argentina is on the top of the list of the many places to see in South America. This city is full of things to do and sites to see, aside from of its natural beauty. For those who like fascinating architecture and art, within the boundaries of the city lies the Casa Rosada which is part of the Presidential Palace, the Plaza Dorrego which is a place known for its artists, as well as the Teatro Colon, a famous arts theater, and many more places of the same caliber. Luxury hotels in this area are also top of the line and include the Alvear Palace Hotel which also includes a spa, and the exclusive Four Seasons Hotel.
Even though there may be some hassle involved in getting there, Angel Falls, Venezuela is one of the most popular and most beautiful tourist attractions in country. It is the world’s highest waterfall and people from all around the world travel just to see it. Other sites to see or visit while in this area are the UNESCO World Heritage site and the Canaima National Park which the waterfall actually drops right over. With the amount of exercise needed in this type of tour, a luxury stay for the night is needed and is offered by such places as the Jungle Rudy Campamento and Campamento Canaima.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is a city of beauty and beaches. People travel from all over just to stay here are the luxury hotels and relax at the warm sunny water front. There are activities all year and lots of sites to see. Samba City is one area that occupies a rather large space of Rio de Janeiro that is an integral part of the history of the region. For something a little more thrilling, one can try the Sugar Loaf cable car rides. Anyone who likes the nightlife will fit right in at the hundreds of clubs that keep the dancing going all night long. For those who like to sleep at night, there are many choices including the exclusive JW Marriott, and the Magic Palace Hotel.