We can say that South America has landscapes that seem from another dimension or another planet. We can definitely enjoy the scenery that gives us Machu Picchu, Iguazu Falls, the Nazca Lines and the Perito Moreno Glacier.

But the truth is that there are other landscapes formed a freak of nature that are very attractive and spectacular, then we show some of these wonderful gifts we can find landscapes in South America.

The most beautiful landscapes of South America:

Cotopaxi Crater

Cotopaxi Crater

The volcano Cotopaxi is located in Ecuador and is one of the highest active volcanoes in the world, has an elevation of nearly 6000 meters.

A refuge is where you can make the ascent of the volcano and can also make excursions around the volcano. Most impressive Cotopaxi Volcano is the wonderful landscape that is the crater and slopes covered in lush vegetation, in addition to the volcano minerals are remnants of ancient eruptions of the volcano.

Glacier Grey

Glacier Grey

This majestic Glacier in Chile is specifically in the Torres del Paine National Park. This is a huge natural ice building and is part of the Southern Ice Fields.

In the middle of the Glacier there is an island where visitors and may be able to see the magnificent scenery that this place gives us. The most beautiful of its views is bluish having ice floes.

Besides ice blocks being very impressive Grey Glacier whimsical shape that we see on the ice conducting tours and trekking excursions. Of course it is an incredible experience.

Valley Cocora

Valley Cocora

Cocora Valley is located in the Colombian Andes, in the department of Quindio, and part of Los Nevados National Natural Park. This stunning valley is crossed by the River Quindio where bathing is permitted.

This is an incredible natural landscape where the main character is the national tree of Colombia, the Quindio wax palm.

Milodon Cave

Milodon Cave

The Milodon Cave Natural Monument is a natural monument formed by three caves in the south of Chile. This place has a great tourist attraction for the scenic surroundings of the cave. The Devil’s Chair is at the entrance of the cave and the largest cave is a replica of such an animal to a Milodon.

Aramu Muru Portal

Aramu Muru Portal

The portal Aramu Muru or “Gate of the Gods” as well is commonly called, and is located near Lake Titicaca in the highlands of Hayu Brand in Peru. Just the city and Hayu Brand is known as “The City of the Gods.”

Aramu Muru portal is a mythological place that has a square shape and that says a popular belief that the priest Aramu Muru fled his temple with a gold record and hid behind this majestic gate and never heard from again.