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Things Tourists Shouldn’t Do When They Visit South America. Whether visiting the beaches or Rio de Janiero, the markets of Buenos Aires, or hiking the Inca Trail in Peru there are a few cultural faux pas that travelers should try to avoid when they visit South America. From safety issues, to travel hacks, to food experiences there is so much to offer travelers and tourists in South America. Whether visiting the Iguazu Waterfalls, the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador, the Glaciers in Patagonia or just sitting back and enjoying the culture South America has so much to offer travelers, but you really should watch out. Here we talk about what you don’t do when you visit South America.
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