Get comprehensive tourist information for 1,000 travel destinations in South America. Use this free travel guide to plan your next trip including tourist attractions, visitor information, sightseeing, history, culture, hotels, bars, ...Read more
Get comprehensive tourist information for 1,000 travel destinations in South America.
Use this free travel guide to plan your next trip including tourist attractions, visitor information, sightseeing, history, culture, hotels, bars, restaurants, nightlife, entertainment, transportation, and much more.
This offline travel guide does not require an internet connection. All the information is stored within the app, so you can access it in the most remote places around the world and avoid expensive roaming charges. You can even see locations on an offline world map.
Explore all the major cities, discover places off the beaten track, and learn about everything in between.
Add your own notes to each travel destination and keep a list of your favorite places for easy access during your trip.
Whether you're going on a backpacking adventure or luxury vacation, be sure to load it up on your phone or tablet – it’s the only guide book and travel planner you’ll need.
In order to fit all the information in the Google Play Store size limit, the photos in this app have been limited and made smaller. For all the images and larger photos, upgrade to World Travel Guide Offline, which is linked in this app.
South American travel guides include: Argentina Bogota Bolivia Brazil Buenos Aires Caracas Chile Colombia Ecuador Falkland Islands French Guiana Guyana La Paz Lima Montevideo Paraguay Peru Rio de Janeiro Santiago Sao Paulo Suriname Uruguay Venezuela
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UPDATED ON: May 19, 2015
INSTALLATIONS: 1,000 - 5,000
LATEST VERSION: 3.10
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 4.0 and up
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