Specific regions of America chosen by Lonely Planet among the top 10 to go in 2017

Specific regions of America chosen by Lonely Planet among the top 10 to go in 2017

The Best in Travel 2017, one of the most prestigious rankings that exist on destinations and published by the prestigious travel guide Lonely Planet list included regions of Peru and Chile among the 10 best in the world to visit in 2017, and recommended that Colombia as the second in the list of countries proposing to meet next year.

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The Inca citadel of Choquequirao in Peru, leads the ranking of the list of “Regions”, the Archaeological Park surpassed in its category to places like Taranaki in New Zealand, Azores in Portugal, North Wales and South Australia, among other impressive places around the planet.

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Choquequirao is known as the “sacred sister” of Machu Picchu by the structural and architectural similarity,  they are comprised of buildings and terraces distributed in different levels, from the lowest level Sunch’u Pata to the top truncated highest, which was leveled and fenced with stones to form a platform with an approximate area of 150 square meters.

Aysén, Chile – Shutterstock

Meanwhile, the region of Aysén in Chile, occupies the sixth box from the list of “Regions”, which highlights that its route shows “a kaleidoscopic path where Misty Fjords give way to disturbing rain forests, arid pampas and a spectacular blue lakes “, as we read in the publication.

Aysen region is one of the fifteen regions in which Chile is divided and is located in the area of Patagonia.

Nepal – Getty

“The Patagonian glaciers are not only beautiful but says his pure and cold water is the key to the innovative Local craft beer , ” says  Lonely Planet .

It also highlights the presence of Colombia, second only to Canada as one of the countries that we visit next year. The full Finland, Dominica, Nepal, Bermuda, Mongolia, Georgia Coast, United States, Malaysia and Ireland list.

Colombia – Getty

You can see the full list here  and watch the following video published by Lonely Planet with images of Choquequirao.

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