One of the most famous waterfalls in South America is Petrohue Waterfall.
If your idea of the perfect South American waterfall is less about the scale and more about the interactive experience.
Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most well-known parks in South America.
Toka Waterfalls is the epitome of an ideal jungle escape. The three waterfalls are hidden in a forest outside Ilhabela, Brazil,
This is why Iguazu Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in South America.
Gato Waterfall, which translates to the “cat’s waterfall,” is also located on Ilha de São Sebastião, near Castelhanos Beach.
Chile’s Apoquindo Waterfall is located in San Carlos de Apoquindo Natural Park at the base of the Andes.
If you’re anxious to stretch your legs while in Valparaiso, Chile, consider a quick trip to Salto Del Agua in Placilla.
If you find yourself in Ushuaia, the capital of Tierra del Fuego, consider heading to Los Amigos Waterfall.