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Our Roadtrip in Southern Chile

Chile is a beautiful country stretching across 4,270 kilometers from North to South on a narrow strip.  With various climates and environments Chile gives you the opportunity to drive through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world while exploring a great culture and enjoying delicious food. We knew our trip would be incomplete without a road trip and...

Backpacking South America | The Video

In 2014 my best friend and I decided to head out for the trip of a lifetime to live the dream. At first, our aim was to leave 8 months and to go around all of South-America. Because of my university semester, we ended up leaving 4 months and a half; not as long as initially planned but we still managed to go all around the continent at a pace where we felt we...

How to Visit Bolivia in 2 Weeks – Itinerary and Path

Bolivia might be small compared to other countries surrounding it, but fact remains there is are a lot of things to do in Bolivia. It is hard to explore the country in less than a month and trying to do so will force backpackers to make difficult choices. In only 2 weeks it is impossible to fit The Must-see of Bolivia: Salar de uyuni Amazonian Forest La Paz Lago...

How To Finish The Salar de Uyuni in Chile

How to get from Bolivia to Chile through the Salar de Uyuni It is possible to finish the Salar de Uyuni tour in San Pedro de Atacama. This makes an expensive, but fully worth it tour in the Salar de Uyuni much better for the value. Otherwise, you would need to pay for transport separately to head towards Chile. Almost all companies offer the option to drop you at the...

Salar de Uyuni |Best Funny Pictures And Ideas

One of the coolest things about the trip to the Salar de Uyuni is that moment when your drivers just stops in the middle of nowhere and tells you to go take pictures. Because of the landscape it’s easy to create illusions of depth. Walking just a few feet’s back can make you look much smaller and then the game begins. It’s hard to get the perfect pictures that...

Top 10 Pictures Mancora Peru and Loki Hostel

Mancora is an interesting small town. It could even call it the Walt Disney of drugs and surf. Those taxi drivers in general don’t even do the job to drive you around, they do it to sell you their products. Anyway, who would need to take a cab in this tiny town? You spend most of your time at the beach relaxing and surfing or at your hostel drinking and...

Top 10 Pictures of the Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is the most well known destination of Peru and all South America. In Quechua, Machu Picchu means ”Old Peak” or ”Old Person Peak.” At an altitude of 2500 meters (8000 feet) above sea level, reaching it might be exhausting for many. By far the most iconic site of the Inca Civilization it was built for the Inca Emperor Pachacuti...

My Best Time-Lapse Compilation From South-America

When ever I saw a dynamic scene while traveling, and had a few minutes ahead of me, I would prepare my GoPro for a timelapse. Timelapse are fantastic and watching events unfold quickly afterwards is awesome! So here is my best time-lapse compilation made with a GoPro hero 3+. The GoPro doesn’t do very well in low luminosity, so sunny days are really the times...

GoPro Timelapse of Peru and Bolivia

I love to do time-lapse, it is one of those moments where you decide you like a place much that you will sit down and relax while your camera shoots for 5-10-15-25 minutes. You just sit there and watch the events unfold before your eyes; the subtle changes in colors, the barely perceptible movements of clouds, the actions slowly unfolding around you. Those...

Chilling with the penguins of Isla Magdelena

Isla Magdalena, an island near Punta Arenas in southern Chile, has one of the biggest colony of penguins in the world. The penguins favor this island because they have no predators there and food is abundant. A boat leaves everyday from Punta Arenas and the boat ride itself is much fun considering you are navigating one of the most well know strait in the world: The...