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Lima

If you are into the whole Bohemian chic vibe, then Lima is the city you need to tick off first from your bucket list. Lima is known for its traditional dishes, zestful nightlife and the breathtaking colonial architecture. There are many fun activities you can engage in here as well, such as paragliding across the coastal landscape of Miraflores, bike rides across the Malécon de Miraflores or a stroll through the catacombs of San Francisco de Lima Basilica and Convent.

Bogota

Bogota

Rapidly gaining the attention of the wandering traveler, Bogota is a must if you are planning to travel and experience the depths of the Colombian culture. A city that is full of colour and vibrant culture, Bogota treats the tired eye with a refreshing view of its many traditional architectural wonders, the scenery which spans throughout the Andes mountain range, and the orchards of fresh fruits and produce.

Santiago

Santiago

Santiago, the capital of Chile, is your go-to place if you are looking for some great Chilean wine during your vacation! Apart from the quality wine, Santiago is famous for its many recreational activities that you can enjoy, such as going skiing in the Andes during July and October, go on a food expedition with the many street food available here, watch the sunset from Costanera, the tallest building in South America, or enjoy the outdoors around Cajón del Maipo.

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

The charming city of Buenos Aires is bound to spellbind you with its charming scenery and the citizens who are ever ready to greet you with a smile or guide you with your inquiries when you come to this city. The city is home to a thriving night life that keeps you up and hype till dawn, and the people here are extremely creative in coming up with opportunities that lets you continue the fun throughout your stay!

Cancun

Cancun

The most famous beach in Mexico is unquestionably Cancun, with its all year round summer beach vibe! Cancun is a destination that should be ticked off your travel list if you prefer the beach party aesthetic, with the clubs and bars you can hop off every night to experience that bit of spring break vibe. You can also visit many attractions here such as the Cancun Underwater Museum, the ruins at Tulum, and Xel-Ha Park; and not to forget, snorkeling!

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

There is no need of a vibrant explanation as to why you should come to Rio de Janeiro; the city holds such zest about it that every wanderlust traveler is dying to get here! Overwhelmed with the Brazilian culture, it is home to countless attractions such as the hidden hiking trails through the wilderness and the infamous Christ the Redeemer statue. The city is a foodie’s paradise as there is a massive range of local dishes to dive in to!