Santa Cruz was the cheapest option from São Paulo, so I figured this was a good choice to start out. There’s not really much to see apart from your hair getting all dusty, flying plastic bags and weird weather. But I have to admit- this place has made me laugh a lot so far and…Details
Paraty is a tiny city with a cosy harbour in Brazil. The roads are bumpy, the people friendly and once you get there, you will not want to leave again. Party is an old fisherman’s town and has its own chilled out vibe. Life is slow, stress does not exist and the little islands around…Details
Do you want to hike up to Machu Picchu in the most adventurous way possible? Do you want to include as many activities possible? If you answered with yes, the Inca Jungle Trail it is. It leads 3 days though the Peruvian jungle, where you can do zip lining, water rafting, downhill mountain biking and…Details
You can find the recent capital of the Inca Empire on 3,399m high up in the Peruvian Andes. Cusco therefore even has a higher altitude than Machu Picchu and you can feel that. The first day I arrived I felt like an old lady wo had lost her walking stick and oxygen mask. Every few…Details
Are you heading to Rio de Janeiro and don’t know what to do yet? Here’s a To-Do List of awesome activities you can not miss out on in Rio. Make sure to bring your camera. If you don’t walk around like a blind idiot, Rio is not much more dangerous than other cities in Brazil.…Details
Paragliding in Rio de Janeiro was one of the best experiences I have had so far. You pass mountains and glide though the air and can see birds beneath you. Everything is calm and you enjoy a one of a kind breathtaking view all over Rio. I loved it.
Hidden islands in Rio de Janeiro? We all know of the famous sights in Rio, we have heard of the famous Copacabana or Ipanema beach, seen pictures of Christ the Redeemer and probably googled the view of the Sugarloaf mountain. And though all of them are beautiful as fuck, there are also some magical places,…Details