It's the vibe

June 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;6/15/2007, Issue 52, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents several countries in South America that attract huge numbers of Australian tourist by Marcos de Silva of BFirst Travel. The countries include Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Equador and Galapagos. South America is the most exotic continent due to vibrant mix of cultures and dramatic landscapes. The tourist attraction of the continent would include the annual Carnival at Rio de Janeiro, massive wetlands of the Amazon, ancient beauty of Peru and Galapagos natural wonderland.


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