Discover South America: A Journey Through Culture, Cuisine, and Heritage

Embark on a journey through South America, a continent celebrated for its diverse peoples, rich cultural heritage, and breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant Afro-Brazilian, Afro-Colombian, and Afro-Salvadoran cultures, each contributing unique rhythms, flavours, and traditions to the tapestry of South American identity.

Explore the historic Pelourinho district in Salvador, where a fusion of cultures creates a vibrant atmosphere. Indulge in the tempting array of Latin American cuisine, from savoury Brazilian feijoada to Colombian arepas. Marvel at the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu and be captivated by the colorful celebrations of Carnival. Let the warmth and hospitality of South America leave an indelible mark on your soul as you journey through this culturally rich and inclusive continent.

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Festival & Events

South America boasts diverse, spirited festivals celebrating the region's rich cultural heritage, including its Afrocentric influences. From the world-renowned Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, known for its Afro-Brazilian rhythms and dances, to Colombia's vibrant Barranquilla Carnival, where Afro-Colombian traditions are prominently featured, visitors are immersed in vibrant celebrations that showcase colourful parades, traditional dances, and lively music. Each festival offers a unique opportunity to experience the joy, passion, and community spirit that defines South American culture, with a nod to its Afrocentric roots.

Urban Exploration

Exploring South America's cities unveils a mosaic of history, culture, and innovation with Afrocentric influences. From the European-inspired architecture and passionate tango culture of Buenos Aires, Argentina, to the dynamic metropolis of Santiago, Chile, where Afro-Chilean heritage is celebrated through music and art, urban adventurers encounter a wealth of cultural treasures. Salvador, Brazil, is captivated by its Lavagem do Bonfim procession and electrifying Carnaval, both deeply rooted in Afro-Brazilian traditions. At the same time, Guyana's Georgetown pulsates with energy during Mashramani celebrations, reflecting the Afro-Guyanese community's contributions. Whether wandering historic neighbourhoods or discovering contemporary art scenes, each city offers a unique blend of Afrocentric sights, sounds, and flavours waiting to be explored.

Afro-South American Heritage

Indigenous cultures and Afro-South American heritage enrich the region's identity throughout South America, offering insights into its diverse cultural diversity. In Peru's Sacred Valley, visitors immerse themselves in Quechua traditions and Afro-Peruvian influences in music and dance. Meanwhile, in Salvador, Brazil, vibrant Afro-Brazilian culture infuses the streets with the rhythms of samba and capoeira and indigenous traditions. From the religious festivities of La Diabla de Yare in Venezuela, influenced by Afro-Venezuelan spirituality, to the Hindu celebrations of Phagwah in Guyana, where Afro-Guyanese culture adds its unique flair, these cultural expressions highlight the diversity and resilience of South America's people and incorporate Afrocentric aspects into the continent's rich heritage. Each experience offers a deeper understanding of the traditions, beliefs, and legacies that shape the continent's identity, embracing its Afrocentric roots.