While traveling in South America, I saw some of the world's most incredible man-made wonders, including Machu Picchu, the Nazca Lines in Ica Peru, and the Llano Hotel in Brioche Argentina.
But it was the natural wonders of South America that I found most extraordinary. Brazil's Iguassu Falls is the greatest waterfall on earth, in my opinion, followed by Kaieteur Falls, deep in the Amazon jungle of French Guiana, and then Angel Falls, the highest in the world, in Venezuela. The natural kingdom of the Amazon, the high Andes mountain range, Chile's Gray Glacier and the many beautiful cities are unforgettable. But most importantly, like the rest of the world, the people and their diverse cultures were the most memorable.