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South America Hotspots

It’s no secret that South America is an incredible destination to visit, home to a variety of unique countries, rich history and incredible landscapes. When a region is as big and as vast as South America it can be hard to decide on where to go and what to do. We’ve done the hard work for you.... where will you go?
Sugarloaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro, by Marion Bunnik

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Life is for living, Rio style

Like all people I flew into Rio with lots of preconceived notions and a little bit of apprehension – it was a place to party, had some good beaches but it was also a place where you had to be extra careful of your belongings, in fact if you believe some guidebooks you wouldn’t leave your hotel without an escort. Within 2 days my apprehensions were gone and I was ready to move to Rio de Janeiro – yes I want to live in Rio!
Belmond Hiram Bingham train

Marion explores South America "In-Style"

South America is a part of the world with many amazing icons and is high on so many bucket lists.

Parque das Aves | Bird Paradise

The Parque das Aves is located near the Iguazu National Park, and home to more than 1320 birds from about 143 different species.
Iguazu Falls, Brazil by Marion Bunnik

The world's most stunning waterfalls

There’s something mesmerising about looking at a waterfall. Whether it’s an immensely powerful one like the Devil’s Throat at Iguazu Falls, or a peacefully cascading fall like many of those in the Plitvice Lakes National Park, it’s hard to look away. In this blog post we’ve captured 5 of the most stunning waterfalls you can visit on a Bunnik Tour.
Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Dennis Bunnik

Photo Guide | The icons of South & Central America

If you’re ready to tick off some seriously bucket list worthy destinations, then it’s time to start planning your trip to South & Central America now!