America, the continent on the edge of the world. That is not very well known among. Thai tourists despite this region. Fill with many interesting attractions. Both ancient civilizations Wildlife, marine and other natural areas with a landscape that is halfway between the two great oceans with the Andes Mountains. And the Amazon River basin that flows through many countries The region is abundant with a lot of nature.


Tucked a little further south With Bolivia’s Laguna Verde emerald lake The landscape behind a volcano Licancabur lava lake is located on the National Park of Bolivia. In the middle of the Andes More than 4,000 meters above sea level, the area is approximately 5.2 kilometers Laguna Verde is not only good with an emerald lake. Because the Licancabur lava volcano is still one of the must-see highlights. Especially climbing to the highest point Then look down at the emerald lake. In addition, within the National Reserve there are rare animals like birds Flamingo to watch together.


Lake Titicaca, Bolivia The largest lake in South America Covers an area of ​​two countries, namely Bolivia and Peru The lake is 3,800 meters above sea level and consists of 41 smaller and larger islands that are actually inhabited by people. In Lake Titicaca there are more than 500 species of aquatic life and livelihoods. It is very rich in nature and biological.


Arrive at Bolivia’s final destination with the Salar de Uyuni, America the world’s largest salt sea. Located in the southwest of the country It covers an area of ​​approximately 10,000 square kilometers. 3,500 meters above sea level, the highlight of this salt sea is The dazzling white color of the salt grains contrasts with the clear blue of the sky. Resulting in a beautiful sight Especially during the rainy season The sand massed over the water. Like a large mirror shining Reflect the charm of the salt sea I certify that I have traveled. You must get a beautiful underneath to show off to your friends for sure.


Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago located in the northeast of Brazil. About 354 kilometers off the Brazilian coast, this archipelago consists of 21 sub-islands, but only one is inhabit. With an area of ​​approximately 18.4 kilometers and each day Will allow visitors to the islands only 420 people only to preserve the beaches, coral and marine life is the most abundant, which today, if anyone is visiting this archipelago. Will meet with a herd of dolphins swimming alongside a tourist boat.


Iguazu Falls A waterfall that can be seen from both the Brazilian and Argentine side, the word “Iguazu” comes from the Guarani language of the Indians. Means great water Which is really big, because it is 4 kilometers long, 269 feet tall, 30 times larger than Niagara Falls, and has been register as a natural world heritage site as well.
Iguazu Falls received the title of dual citizenship waterfall. Or Song Phaeng Waterfall The Argentine side is about 80% larger and the Brazilian side is less than a two-hour walk. The view you see will be a panoramic view. And there is also a viewpoint and a bridge extending to the waterfall. Allowing us to fully experience the wetness Or take a boat trip to see the majesty of the waterfalls up close and get another kind of experience.


From Brazil to Chile With the Torres del Paine National Park surrounded by mountains, glaciers, lakes and rivers, the park is located in the southern part of Ciliquin, approximately 1,800 kilometers (1,800 km) of Torres del Paine National Park, which is the country’s most visited park. Chile On average each year More than 252,000 tourists visit
for activities within the national park. There are hiking, trekking, which has a variety of routes to choose from. Or who wants to admire the beauty of the lake You can take a boat trip to see lakes and glaciers.


Easter Island is an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean alone. More than 3,600 kilometers from the coast of Chile, the size of the island is only 160 square kilometers. And is only 25 kilometers long Before someone came to live Here, there are only sea birds. And only the dragonfly The real hero that attracts tourists from all over the world to visit is a giant sculpture carved into the face of a person call “Moai”. This Moai is scattered across the island about 887, including the one still. Not finished carving And damaged during transportation as well Some of them only have headers. Some have body parts that are mostly buried underground. The size of the largest moai was 10 meters tall and weighed 82 tons.
Moai statues of Easter Island today It was selected as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, and in 1888 the island was merged with Chile and an airport was built. Easter Island has become an important tourist destination in Chile.