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Recent South America reviews

  • comfy respite

    "This was a nice, quiet getaway from Santiago and near a national park with good hikes. Natasha was easy to communicate with, flexible, and helpful but in no way intrusive. We used the self-service apartment and enjoyed the fall avacados, grapes and parsimmons. All were delicious. We had our 6 year old daughter along, who is not a pet person, but she loved the dogs. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a quiet getaway, some nice hikes, or a stay a bit away from Vina or Valpariaso. There is not much to do in the town of Lemeche, itself, but still a few good resturants, a nice town square/plaza, and friendly folk."
    Guest: Ann Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 9, 2014
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  • Great apartment in perfect location

    "I have stayed in probably 6 or 7 different apartments in Lima, and this is one of the nicest. Great location in Miraflores across from the Canadian embassy. Walking distance to Kennedy park and all that entails as well as 2 blocks from Vivanda grocery store. Also within walking distance of one of my favorite restaurants in Lima, Panchita which is one of Astrid and Gaston's. The apartment is clean and well laid. Bedrooms and common areas are comfortable. The recently remodeled kitchen is very nice and pretty big compared to other place I have stayed. The best part of the apartment is the PRIVATE roof top terrace."
    Guest: David M. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 8, 2014
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  • Ocean View

    "The apartment is very nice and in excellent condition. The owners take good care of everything and are very responsive to questions or concerns. We stayed five weeks and enjoyed sunsets over the Pacific Ocean from the balcony. There is a nice park across the street with soccer courts which we also enjoyed watching. We bicycled on the paved trails along the Costa Verde both in the city and down on the beach all the way from Chorillos through Miraflores to San Miguel which is many kilometers. The apartment is also very near a series of paved paths that we biked all the way to Old Lima and Plaza de Armas. The wifi is pretty good and Leo, the owner, called a technician anytime we had problems. There currently is a building under construction next to the apartment which causes some noise during the day, but it is completely quiet after 16:00 hours. The location is safe with a very nice outdoor market close by where bought almost all of our groceries. There is an elevator and a security person at the door at all times, We are planning to return."
    Guest: LFDMinnesota Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 17, 2014
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  • A really nice place

    "We had a wonderful time at this beautiful penthouse apartment. There was a lot of space and comfort for two couples. We loved the kitchen and the amazing wrap around balcony. The contemporary furnishings and architecture were perfect. Diego was our savior and was always available with helpful advice and local knowledge. Be sure to bring US cash, because Diego can be very helpful with exchange issues. The neighborhood, Palermo Soho, is the best place to stay in town. It was convenient to the subway (Green line goes straight downtown) and so nice to be in a neighborhood with great restaurants (best steak ever just a few blocks away at Don Julio Parilla!) the neighborhood felt very safe to walk around at night. Be sure to check out the shops and restaurants around El Salvador and Armenia, a short walk away. We can't wait to get back to Buenos Aires and to stay here again!"
    Guest: Steve Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 17, 2014
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Brazil Travel Tips

Best Seasons to Visit Brazil Vacation Rentals

Brazil is the largest country in South America. A large portion of it sits within the tropics and enjoys a warm year-round tropical climate. The southern parts are more temperate and can get quite cold in the wintertime. The summer months are from October through May, and winter runs from June through September, although Rio de Janeiro and the Amazon regions rarely get cold. If you are planning a visit to either of these areas, you can choose your own travel season. If you don’t like crowds, you will want to avoid Rio de Janeiro during carnival time which occurs in February each year. Millions of people from around the world flock during this time to see the colorful parades and experience the festive vibe. If you want to explore the southern regions, the best season to travel is during the warmer summer months. You can hire a car to get around and enjoy exploring this lesser-known side of Brazil at leisure.

Getting to Brazil Lodging

The primary airport in Brazil is Garoulos International Airport in Sao Paolo. Most international airlines use this as their point of entry into Brazil and for this reason, it is the busiest airport in South America. From here, you can get connecting flights on to Rio de Janeiro, Brazilia, Manaus and various other destinations in Brazil and South America. There are daily scheduled flights that bring visitors from Europe, North America, South Africa and other South American countries. Be prepared to walk quite a distance from the aircraft through passport control and baggage claim. If you plan to stay in Sao Paolo then arrange for a private transfer from the airport or negotiate a set fare with the taxi driver. Sao Paolo is a city that never sleeps and traffic on the highway getting into the city is congested 24 hours a day. If you take a metered taxi, you may find that you have paid more than you bargained for unless you negotiate ahead of time.

Comfortable Accommodation at Brazil Villas

One of the things that may strike you as you arrive in cities such as Rio de Janeiro and Sao Poalo is the vast number of high-rise buildings. These two cities are among the most populous in the world with the vast number of people living in high-rise buildings. Many of the vacation homes are conveniently located in major tourist areas so visitors have easy access to the attractions. Unless you rent a penthouse suite, the apartments are generally quite compact. They are still functional and comfortably furnished. In general, they can accommodate between two and four adults. For those that have larger budgets, you can consider renting a villa which offers a far more spacious accommodation. Villas are generally available in the smaller towns and seaside resorts.

Rio De Janeiro Vacation Rentals

Rio de Janeiro is one of Brazil’s most popular travel destinations. The world-famous Copacabana Beach, Sugarloaf Mountain and the impressive statue of Christ the Redeemer are all well-known landmarks of the city. Located on the Tropic of Capricorn, Rio enjoys a warm tropical climate. This is one of the reasons it is such a popular vacation destination. Visitors can enjoy the beaches and city sights throughout the entire year. The most popular time to visit Rio is in February when the world-famous Carnival and street parade take place. As with most major cities, accommodations can be expensive. Vacation rentals make sense for people who plan to visit for more than just a few days. They offer more affordable accommodation options.

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