Ever wanted to go sandboarding? Why not do it in Death Valley- deep down in the Atacama desert?! The Death Valley in Chile (Valle de La Muerte) is about 2km away from San Pedro de Atacama, a small city in the middle of the Atacama desert. Tours are around 20.000 Pesos and normally start at 9am.…Details
Do you like stones? Awesome. The moon valley in Chile might be your quiet rock haven. A place you can pretend to hide from civilisation whilst you walk around stones with plenty of other tourists doing exactly the same thing. The moon valley in the north of Chile (El Valle de la Luna) is 15km…Details
The Pampas – an area located deep in the Yucuma river is surrounded by jungly forests and muddy ground. Crocodiles are everywhere and stare at you with their mouths open whilst you pass them in tiny wooden boats. You can swim with Pink River Dolphins and see a huge variety of wildlife, such as Anacondas,…Details
“The place where heaven meets the earth”. The salt flats in Bolivia (Salar de Uyuni) are an unreal landscape in that consists of a more or less 12 meter layer of salt, you can cruise around on with a jeep or take amazing pictures with surreal perspectives. In the dry season (April- November) you can…Details
Ayahuasca- the “Vine of Death”, some call it. A traditional spiritual medicine from the Amazonian rainforest used in ceremonies. It is a dark brownish brew with a consistency of cough syrup, that is made out of a vine called “Banisteriopsis caapi”. It is brewed with leaves containing DMT. DMT is a chemical in our bodies…Details
Public transportation in Bolivia is – let’s put it that way- improvable.You’re lucky if you arrive on time, the roads are sometimes covered in snow, the tires of the bus are made for sunny summer weather. Bathrooms do not exist and don’t you dare to drink too much within this never ending ride. I went…Details
Once in the rainforest why not do a 3 Day survival trip? I needed some stuff to figure out for myself and thought this was a great opportunity to get to know my limits better and to learn some survival techniques.
Are you heading to La Paz and want to have the best time ever? Read along and find out on what you shouldn’t miss out.
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