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Flights to South America in 2023

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S$ 3,034

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S$ 2,251

One-way from

S$ 921
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From Singapore Changi to Lima J Chavez Intl
One-way flight from Singapore Changi (SIN) to South America

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S$ 1,883 - S$ 2,463





Singapore ChangiBogotá El Dorado



Singapore Changi

Fri 1-9

2 stops29h 35m

Bogotá El Dorado

Sun 1-10

2 stops33h 50m

S$ 1,883

Singapore ChangiRio de Janeiro–Galeão Intl



Singapore Changi

Sat 19-8

2 stops29h 55m

Rio de Janeiro–Galeão Intl

Mon 28-8

2 stops37h 10m

S$ 2,041

Singapore ChangiSao Paulo Guarulhos Intl



Singapore Changi

Tue 4-7

1 stop25h 15m

Sao Paulo Guarulhos Intl

Sun 30-7

1 stop26h 05m

S$ 2,108

Singapore ChangiSao Paulo Guarulhos Intl



Singapore Changi

Wed 18-10

1 stop33h 50m

Sao Paulo Guarulhos Intl

Sat 28-10

1 stop26h 10m

S$ 2,291

Singapore ChangiSao Paulo Guarulhos Intl



Singapore Changi

Tue 17-10

2 stops59h 45m

Sao Paulo Guarulhos Intl

Wed 25-10

2 stops44h 55m

S$ 2,314

Singapore ChangiLima J Chavez Intl



Singapore Changi

Wed 6-9

2 stops35h 07m

Lima J Chavez Intl

Mon 23-10

1 stop33h 00m

S$ 2,353

Singapore ChangiSao Paulo Guarulhos Intl



Singapore Changi

Wed 5-7

1 stop29h 25m

Sao Paulo Guarulhos Intl

Wed 19-7

1 stop32h 25m

S$ 2,436

Singapore ChangiLima J Chavez Intl



Singapore Changi

Sat 9-9

2 stops53h 45m

Lima J Chavez Intl

Mon 23-10

1 stop32h 50m

S$ 2,440

Singapore ChangiLima J Chavez Intl



Singapore Changi

Thu 7-9

2 stops34h 35m

Lima J Chavez Intl

Sun 22-10

2 stops53h 15m

S$ 2,463

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When is the best time to fly to South America?

Average South America flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2023 and 2024 by month



S$ 1,793 - S$ 5,757



17 - 23 °C

When is the best time to book a flight to South America?

Booking 60 days in advance of your planned departure date is, on average, the best time to get cheap flights to South America. The general trend is that the closer you book to the departure date, the more expensive your flight will be.

Which day is cheapest to fly to South America?

Monday is currently, on average, the cheapest day to fly to South America. Flying on Saturday will result in higher flight prices.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to South America?

At the moment, flights at midday are likely to offer the best value for money for your South America trip. A flight in the afternoon will more often than not be of higher cost.

Where are the most popular flight destinations in South America?

According to our users, the most popular flight destination in South America is Brazil, followed by Peru, Argentina, Colombia and Chile.

South America embodies a soul that’s found nowhere else in the world. And each country has its own traditions and cultures; from the highly extrovert Brazilian samba to the deeply sacred pilgrimage site of Las Lajas in Colombia.

The two largest countries in the continent, Brazil and Argentina, are perhaps the most diverse. And most travellers booking flights to South America choose to combine a trip to both countries. Brazil is a blend of diverse cultures: Portuguese, native Indian, African, European, Middle Eastern and Asian all living in this wild and exciting land. While in Argentina its European influences dominate its art, architecture, literature and lifestyle. But what both countries do have in common is the Iguazú Falls, the spectacular 275 cascading waterfalls which are taller than Niagara Falls and possibly one of the most unforgettable sights in the world.    

North of Argentina is Bolivia, a country nestled between the Andes and the Amazon rainforests. Because of its isolation the country has retained the ancient traditions of its ancestors, making it a fascinating and mysterious place to visit. Bolivia’s neighbour, Peru, is just as captivating; its history dates back to the Inca Empire with Machu Picchu, its most illustrious symbol. The countries in the northern end of South America including Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela might not be as renowned for their ancient wonders as the other countries but what they do have is a natural beauty – spectacular landscapes, tropical rainforests, and pristine beaches – that makes them inimitable.

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South America climate

South America can be split into four climatic zones: tropical, dry, cold and temperate. Depending on which area of the continent you’re visiting, the elevation and weather factors including rain and wind contribute to the climate variations, making it unpredictable and erratic in some areas.

Getting around South America

Internal South America flights are the most convenient, but not necessarily the cheapest way to get around from one country to the next. While visiting Brazil, for example, internal flights are notoriously expensive so it’s a good idea to get a Brazil Pass which allows you to take a few internal flights and is cheaper than purchasing tickets separately. Or if you’re planning on travelling between Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, and Brazil, you should consider buying a Mercosur Air Pass that will allow for two stops in each country. Read more about this and other available air passes in our Air Pass travel tip. 

Buses are the next most popular form of transport, to some the only form, and provide a cheaper alternative to flying and a great way to see the country. However it’s not always advisable to take overnight buses especially in Ecuador and Peru where armed robberies on night buses are not uncommon.

In addition to being expensive, hiring and driving a car can be dangerous and inconvenient but taxis in most major cities are available and can be hired for long journeys.

Cycling isn’t encouraged in the majority of South American countries – particularly in Colombia and Guyana – where the quality of the roads can be poor.

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