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South America is the fifth populated continent in the world and possibly has the most zip line options. It's one of the largest with 6,890,000 square miles. In fact South America ranks the fourth largest in area. This is behind Asia, Africa, and North America. Countries in South America include Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, and Venezuela. A variety of different countries are available to visit and all of them offer zip lining adventures.

Perhaps the most well known area for zip lining in South America is the Amazon. The Amazon is the largest rainforest in the world. It is 1.7 billion acres. It covers 1.4 billion acres of Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and minor parts in countries like Venezuela. Brazil has the most area of Amazon Rainforest, which accounts for about 60 percent. Some of the areas in the Amazon are hard to reach or not entirely safe given that they are largely unpopulated and lack modern conveniences. Basically, the more populated locations offer zip lining tours so one can see the rainforest from a different perspective. The Amazon River, which is one of the longest rivers in the world, can be another way to explore South America. Cruises tend to go up the river to help visitors explore the region.

South America has one of the shortest coastlines despite its landmass because it is a more triangular shape. For those who enjoy water and beaches, South America has quite a few that can also lead to scuba diving adventures, boating, and zip line tours on the coast.

South America is also home to the highest waterfall, Angel Falls in Venezuela. The Andes and the Atacama Desert are other amazing natural wonders of South America. Minerals found on the Continent include gold, copper, silver, iron, petroleum, ore, and tin which have brought about economic stability in the country.  Although, without tourism, South America would struggle. Zip line tours in South America provide economic stimulus and jobs.

South America was inhabited by the Spanish and some Native Americans before Europe arrived. South America retained its Spanish inhabitants unlike North America which grew with additional European countries. Brazil is the only Portuguese country. Influences in South America tend towards the Spanish, but there are some French, Russian, British, and other influences. These can be seen in the history of the buildings and pockets of cultures left behind. A few of the countries also have large ex-pat sections.

Many of the larger cities cater to visitors with luxury hotels, vacation rentals, and attractions like zip lining. Hotels are mostly Spanish in design, but some have other European influences. Marble interiors, infinity pools, dancing, and fine dining can all add to one’s zip lining adventure in nearby parks.

Museums, historic churches, and a mixture of music all add to a vacation to South America. In Argentina you may be inclined to join in the afternoon Tango or join in a festival or two. Your morning can be filled with zip lining while your afternoon is scuba diving enjoyment, along with fine dining at night for a finishing touch of romantic walks on the beach. 

In the end, South America has a ton to offer visitors and is home to some of the most amazing zip lining available in the world!

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