Other national parks in South America
Of course, you've heard of Atacama and the Galapagos Islands. However, not everyone knows that in South America there are about three hundred parks, which are not inferior in beauty and exoticism to these places. Some of them are small, and few of them take up space in excess of the territory of individual states. Until one is easily accessible, others are not available at all. However, they all attract and fascinate the tourists.
Tayrona National Park - Columbia, stretches from the snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada to the northern shore of the Caribbean Sea. The park is home to nearly 180 species of mammals and nearly 300 species of birds, as well as a coastline, here there are hundreds of fish, shellfish and other marine life. Having been on the tour, you can see iguanas, bats, monkeys, jaguars, a variety of birds and other creatures. The park is known as a place where there are different landscapes and climatic zones. Here you can ride on surfing, horseback riding, scuba diving and others. On this holiday you can write in class status.
Canaima - Venezuela's National Park. The park occupies a vast territory, more than 30,000 square meters. Pearl of the park is Angel Falls - the highest waterfall in the world. In this park you can find many small waterfalls, peaceful lagoons, rapid rivers, rain forests, jungles, and more. In the tour include? Inspection of the waterfall, climbing, river rafting, nature observation, visiting small villages.
Los Glasyares - park in Argentina. The park is known that there is a glacier Perito Moreno. The Government has recently took over full-scale reconstruction of the park. This place is worth visiting also because of the glacier due to global warming may be a few years to disappear.