Huaraz is fast becoming Peru’s trekking mecca for adventure treks to Yungay, Llanganuco Lakes, and the famous Lake 69 in exceptional Huascarán National Park. Continue reading “Huaraz Adventure Treks, Peru”
Fancy a trip to arid but gorgeous Isla del Sol home to Inca ruins, whilst in Bolivia? All you need to know about exploring the island on a day tour, from Copacabana… Continue reading “Exploring Isla Del Sol – Day Tour from Copacabana, Bolivia”
What can you expect when exploring Peru’s iconic Machu Picchu in one day?
The most incredible experience that will live with you for a lifetime, is the 5-day Salkantay trek to mystical Machu Picchu, in Peru.
When in Peru, the best thing you can do before trekking to Machu Picchu, is acclimatising in Cusco… Continue reading “Acclimatising in Fabulous Cusco, Peru”
Everything you need to know about a 3-day/2-night trek in the incredible Colca Canyon whilst in Peru – an experience you will never forget. Continue reading “Peru: Incredible Colca Canyon 3-day Trek”
Not only is amazing Arequipa aptly named the ‘White City’ with dazzling Spanish-influenced architecture, but it is one of those cities that you instantly fall in love with and this is why… Continue reading “What I Love About Amazing Arequipa, Peru”
Ever wanted to hunt for the elusive pink freshwater dolphin or the infamous beast-swallowing Anaconda snake, in Bolivia’s Pampas? Continue reading “Bolivia’s Pampas: Pink Dolphins and Anacondas”
Bolivian transport in any form is challenging. Taking the flight from Sucre to Santa Cruz de La Sierra, then another to Trinidad, for the crazy onward bus to Rurrenabaque, is an experience that you’ll never forget… Continue reading “Bolivian Transport: Sucre, Santa Cruz, Trinidad, Rurrenabaque”
Slender-legged camels trailing slowly, with purpose, across desert-swept golden dunes, whilst moving deep into Morocco’s Sahara Desert…
Continue reading “Into the Sahara, Morocco”
Trekking in the Calabrian snow? Sure, why not when you’re in southern Italy… Continue reading “Southern Italy: Trekking in the Calabrian snow”
Finally, after about a week of waiting for the weather to clear, today is the day we enjoy the ascent of Vulcán Villarrica – one of Chile’s most active volcanoes.