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South America on the whole lacks difficult border crossings and visa headaches (although Americas will occasionally run into hefty charges).
Bus transport is easy to arrange and there is a very established trail of attractions (often known as the '' in terms of distances to be covered overland, not finding the time or the energy to discover out of the way gems and (although good value on a world level) spending too much [money] in the Southern developed countries and/or (especially) Brazil.
The most 'backpackery' countries are Bolivia and Peru with a clear 'trail' of attractions, 'party' hostels/towns/tours and lots of people to meet.
Tour mentality and the type of other travellers (certainly at the budget end) you meet can jade some, certainly in the case of Bolivia where you'll find the best value for money on the continent. If you have decided these are some of the countries you want to visit and need more planning information, you are strongly recommended to complement what you find here with a planning guide. It is worth looking, if you have not already, at the example layout to see the guidelines each section of information is based on - or for other travel advice and site home head for you are set on going and need a guidebook or reading material please see a list of recommended guides/books here (go on have a look! If you want to read fiction, you are in luck as some of the world's best writers were from South America.
In Salvador it's all about participating in Carnival, and not only watching when some of the best Brazilian bands and singers are in action.
As with most things in Patagonia, so much depends on the weather.Getting to Patagonia is somewhat problematic, as there is no direct road link. A flight is the easiest solution and not too costly if done with a budget carrier rather than LAN Chile.There is a boat run by Navi Mag that is quite expensive, but a traveller favourite.At the same time, in Rio and the rest of the south the humidity is nasty.
Summer is also the most festive time of year, as Brazilians escape their apartments and take to the beaches and streets.Take for example the journey from Rio to Recife - 38 hours by bus. Air: To really cover Brazil, those that can afford it may want to consider an air pass or much easier use this countries excellent budget airline network. You can check all their websites to get an idea of routes, times and prices. Six hours on a bus, Rio to Sao Paulo can be flown for less than 70US$ (not to mention that Rio's Santos Dumont and Sao Paulo's Congonhas airports are spectacular to take-off/land in).Booking on-line proves far more difficult, due to recognising or security checking non-Brazilian credit cards (this should change in the future), but these airlines have desks that can be found in shopping malls or airports where you can book.About 100 dolls 3.6-meter tall, some dating as far back as 1932, are unique to the Saturday parade in Olinda.