If you thought that riding a swing is for kids, think again. Here is the wildest swing in the world: the swings hanging from Casa Del Arbol above the abyss attracts many brave adventurers.
Also known as the red lagoon, the shallow salt lake lies in southwest Bolivia, on the border of Chile. It is found in the beautiful Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve, which fascinates with amazing landscapes, fauna, flora and is a tourist attraction in the country.
The second largest and the most popular city in Brazil offers variety of activities. It also has the worldwide famous beaches like Ipanema, Barra da Tijuca, Copacabana, and Leblon.
The impressive summit spreads through three countries – Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana. It is the highest peak of the Pakaraima mountains chain, reaching a 2,810 m (9,219 ft) height.
The beautiful park is an unusual area, where wet, rainy climate and sandy landscape combine, with almost no vegetation, however. Sand dunes, often accompanied by lagoons, define the landscape.
The private island is owned by an illusionist David Copperfield. The pleasure to be private on the island is expensive, however, the experience is unforgettable.
Carerra Lake, Argentina and Chile. The freshwater lake is the second deepest lake in South America. Carrera Lake fascinates with its clear water, which colors vary between emerald, turquoise, aquamarine and azure. Moreover, the Marble Caves, formed due to the wave action, surround the lake. The unusual natural network is called Marble Cathedral and attracts many visitors.
Salar De Uyuni is located in southwest Bolivia. It is the biggest salt flat in the world, which stretches 4,086 sq mi (10,582 sq km). It’s a definitely a place to see in Bolivia.