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Traveling South America: Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile (Patagonia)


Backpacking South America - Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile (epic travel montage)

I took 7 months for Backpacking South America. This video shows all the adventures, lovely people and places I've encountered on my Hola Gringo trip.
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All the places I visited on my Backpacking South America trip:
Peru - Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu, Choquequirao, Puno, Amantani, Taquile

Bolivia - Copacabana, Isla de la Luna, Isla del Sol, La Paz, Yungas Road, Uyuni

Argentina - Ushuaia, El Calafate, Perito Moreno Glacier, El Chalten, Equel, El Bolsón, Bariloche, Salta, Cordoba, Rosario, Buenos Aires

Uruguay - Colonia del Sacramento, Montevideo, Punta del Este

Chile - Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales, Torres del Paine, Candelario Mansilla, Villa O'Higgins, Carretera Austral (Hitchhiking), Cochrane, Puerto Rio Tranqillo, Coyhaique, Futaleufu, Chaiten, Puerto Montt, Puerto Varas, Osorno

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Tucan Travel South America Express Tour - Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina & Brazil

I took Tucan Travel's 'South America Express' tour this April and it was absolutely amazing.

Start: PERU. Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley, Peruvian Dancers
2:42 : BOLIVIA. Zip-lining at Death Road, Uyuni salt flats, deserts & lakes, hot springs.
8:29 : CHILE. Valley of the Moon, Sandboarding.
9:49 : ARGENTINA. White Water Rafting in Mendoza with Potrerillos Explorer Rafting
11:52 : BRAZIL. Boat trip at Iguassu Falls
16:00 : Hang gliding with Estilo Voo Livre in Rio de Janeiro.

This compilation includes amazing views, terrible first attempts at sandboarding, my first hang gliding experience and hilariously wet boat trips. Note to self - pack waterproof mascara.

This is the first time I've really made any effort with a GoPro and my filming is painfully shaky (sorry) but it's taught me some lessons for the next attempt!

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Visit South America - The DON'Ts of Visiting South America

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Things Tourists Shouldn't Do When They Visit South America. Whether visiting the beaches or Rio de Janiero, the markets of Buenos Aires, or hiking the Inca Trail in Peru there are a few cultural faux pas that travelers should try to avoid when they visit South America. From safety issues, to travel hacks, to food experiences there is so much to offer travelers and tourists in South America. Whether visiting the Iguazu Waterfalls, the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador, the Glaciers in Patagonia or just sitting back and enjoying the culture South America has so much to offer travelers, but you really should watch out. Here we talk about what you don't do when you visit South America.
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4 months backpacking in South America | Chile - Argentina - Patagonia - Bolivia - Peru - Brazil

A little snapshot of 4 months backpacking in South America, as part of our 10-month career break.

Starting in July 2017, we travelled to Chile (including Patagonia), Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil. Along the way, we collected random footage with our GoPro 4, not knowing how to make a video or how it'd turn out.

Fun fact: When we arrived at Machu Picchu, after days of hiking, our GoPro went flat! So we filmed a few seconds on our Sony Cybershot camera.

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How to travel South America - Peru, Bolivia and Chile travel guide

In this episode I take you to South America the Andes region of the countries: Peru, Bolivia and North Chile. A journey what took me to the Andes, Ancient temples, salt flats and driest place on earth. This was a part of my 2015 round the world trip.

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South America travel - Peru, Bolivia & Chile

To cross Peru, Bolivia and make stop in Chile in one month is quite a challenge. Unforgettable places, funny and crazy moments. Check out how we visit highlights of South America like Machu Picchu, Salar de Uyuni, Atacama or Canon de Colca.

Music: Desconocido by Fósforo

Chile | Bolivia | Argentina | South America travel 2018 | Drone | Daleko od domu

An unforgettable backpacking trip through South America including Chile, Argentina and Bolivia. Highlights of our 3-week travel trough windy Patagonia, hot Atacama Desert, stunning Salar de Uyuni (Uyuni Salt Flats), wild Torres del Paine National Park, massive Perito Moreno Glacier, spectacular Villarrica Volcano.

Our filming locations and top places to see in Chile, Argentina and Bolivia:
- Torres del Paine National Park
- Salar de Uyuni
- Perito Moreno glacier
- Atacama Desert
- Valle de la Luna
- Villarrica volcano
- Puerto Natales
- San Pedro de Atacama
- El Calafate
- other stunning places on our way

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Roadtrip around Latin America - Argentina, Chile, Peru, Bolivia.

Roadtrip of 18 days with a 4x4 around South America: Argentina 🇦🇷 - Chile 🇨🇱 - Peru 🇵🇪 - Bolivia 🇧🇴

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My top 3 places:
- Salar de Uyuni
- Machu Picchu
- Titicaca Lake

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GoPro: South America Travelvideo (Peru / Bolivia / Chile / Argentina)

Me and my friends traveled through South America for 2 months - This is a a travel video of our journey across this amazing continent and its beautiful landscape.
We visited: Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina
Cameras used: GoPro Hero 6, DJI spark

Peru & Bolivia - Backpacking - Gopro - DJI Phantom - South America

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this was our Trip to Peru / Bolivia with my Gopro / Gopros we visited Salar de Uyuni Machu Pichu Islas Ballestas Arequipa and a lot of more beautiful places all captured with the Gopro and a DJI Phantom 2

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-Beto he helped us to get the permission for the Drone
-Lucio for the special treatment by south american secrets
-Eric for carrying a few of my things on the salkantay Trek
-and everyone we met for having such a great time


1000 days traveling and overlanding on the longest road in the world, The Pan-American Highway.

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Travelling South America Montage

A montage of 5 backpackers in South America that shows off its beautiful scenery and fun things to do. ***Watch in HD to get the real experience!***

Peru, Bolivia, Argentina & Chile

Two months travelling in South America

Day1: We started our trip in Sao Paulo, one of the most dangerous cities in the world. What we experienced wasn't criminal or felt dangerous at all. Millions of people and most of the parents of those with babies were carrying them instead of using a trolley.

Day 4: After a 7 hours bus ride heading east, we arrived at the picturesque fishing village Paraty and enjoyed a nice swim at the local waterfalls.

Day 6: 7 more hours bus ride to the east, we arrived in beautiful Rio de Janeiro, where we had the chance the celebrate New Year's Eve with millions of locals and foreigners all dressed in white. On the remaining days, we visited the world famous Sugar Loaf and the Christus Statue.

Day 10: On our way to Patagonia, we actually had to stop over in Buenos Aires but after a couple of hours at the Airport we entered the plane again to fly to El Calafate. Here we rented a car and visited the nearby Perito Moreno Glacier, which is incredibly huge and still growing.

On the same day, we headed directly south the famous Route RA40 to Torres del Paine. You have to cross borders from Argentina to Chile and must not bring any fruits or any uncanned food. However, it's absolutely worth the 4 hours drive, since the scenery in TDP is simply spectacular. Since it's quite hard to find a free camping site we had to search for a while but we ended up finding one with an awesome view on Las Torres. After some days of hiking and exploring the gigantic Nationalpark by car, we headed by to El Calafate to take the bus to El Chalten.

10:41 Here we did the beautiful Fitz Roy tour.

Day 19: To avoid another long bus ride we chose to take the plane to Bariloche where we did the Chico bicycle tour which was quite nice but not really worth it. Anyways we took the 1st class night-bus to Santiago de Chile. 16:36 Here we spend only a night, since we heard that Valparaiso was way nicer ;-) and it was!

After art full Valparaiso 16:38 we had a cheap flight (90 US$ only) from Santiago de Chile to Calama.

23:00 Here we used our rental car to explore all the Geysirs and salt lakes around San Pedro de Atacama.

Day 26: After too many days in the Atacama Desert, just because the planned bus was not coming for 2 days, we finally made it on one to exit to Salta. This bus ride to us over 20 hours and 7 of them only at the border :-(

Day 30: Therefore Salta was only a one day visit since Buenos Aires was waiting already. Here we spend a couple of days before I flew to Quito for a Spanish course. 26:50

Day 40: Ater this I worked for 2 weeks on Galapagos Islands which was awesome :-) 28:48

Day 52: One week in the Jungle Cuyabenowas my final destination to round up these 2-month travel experience in South America.

Why and How to Travel in South America

This is about my backpacking experience in South America including tips and stories. I would like to share my traveling experience in South America. For three weeks, I decided to go backpacking with a couple of friends and learn more about the culture in South America. The countries that we visited were: Brasil, Bolivia, Chile, Peru, and Ecuador. I've included some pictures and videos to encourage you to do the journey.

South: A Backpacking Adventure - Traveling Peru, Chile and Bolivia

What's it like to backpack through South America?
Our four and a half month experience through Peru, Bolivia and Chile will forever remain one of our most treasured memories. From dream-like scenery, beautifully challenging hikes, cultural encounters and wonderful new friends, we were able to live such an incredible adventure.

We have attempted to share glimpses of a few of highlights and outstanding moments that helped shape our trip. South America is a truly spectacular part of the world, and we can't recommend enough that you experience it for yourself. Sooner rather than later.

In total, we spent 2 1/2 months in Peru, 1 month in Chile and 1 month in Bolivia.
Locations included: Torres Del Paine - Patagonia - Chile, Machu Picchu - Peru, Huacachinca - Peru, Salar De Uyuni - Bolivia, Isla Del Sol - Bolivia, The Death Road - Bolivia, Huaraz - Peru, Copacabana - Bolivia, Colca Canyon - Peru and many more...

Music: Welcome Home by Radical Face

Shot with: Nikon 3100 and GoPro HD Hero

Cycling South America (1080p HD)

A quick recap of my 13,000 km bicycle ride across the entire length of South America from January 2016 to March 2017.

Start: Ushuaia, Argentina (54°S latitude)
End: Necocli, Colombia (8°N latitude)
Total distance: 12,994 km
Total days on tour: 458
Countries Cycled: Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia

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3 Month South America Backpacking Trip: Colombia, Peru & Ecuador

Some highlights from my awesome trip to South America, in which I traveled to Colombia, Peru and Ecuador.
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3 Month South America Backpacking Trip: Colombia, Peru & Ecuador

Backpacking South America | Roadtrippin' Patagonia (Chapter 07)

30 days, 22 misfits, 18 tonnes of truck and an incalculable amount of boxed wine (keepin' it classy). In this chapter of my Backpacking South America series I find myself in South Chile/Argentina, otherwise known as PATAGONIA!

Places featured:

Pucon, Chile - Villarrica Volcano
Bariloche, Argentina
El Chalten, Argentina - Monte Fitz Roy & Viedma Glacier
Ushuaia, Argentina - Tierra Del Fuego National Park
Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile

Stay tuned next time for The W-Trek

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Title: Interstate 70 Rain Chants
Author: Fields Ohio
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Title: Waves
Author: Steven O'Brien
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Title: Everything Will Be Okay (feat. Microsoft Sam)
Author: Steven O'Brien
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Title: The Alcoholic Blues
Author: Vernon Dalhart
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Title: Daybreak in a new town
Author: TRG Banks
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South America 2017 : Peru - Bolivia - Chile - Argentina

6 weeks in South America :

- Peru
- Bolivia
- Chile
- Argentina

(+ a stopover in Canada)



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