My South American Journey

An in depth guide to my South American adventure. Me and some friends spent 7 weeks travelling from the Falkland Islands to Colombia. Crossing through Chile, Bolivia, Peru and Ecudaor mainly by coach. Click here to see a coverage of costs, activities and transportation in Latin America

Top 10 Tips for South America

South America holds some of the most rewarding sights in the world, but it can also be a challenging experience travelling through this continent. While more and more people are making their way out to this continent, it has become a more navigable than before. Here are my top 10 tips that I wish I... Continue Reading →

Machu Pichu Day Trip from Cusco

While getting to the summit of Machu Pichu is possible as a day trip, it does take away from the authenticity of the adventure of hiking and camping to the top. Unfortunately I got caught for time thanks to my indecisiveness of whether to Machu Pichu or not to Machu Pichu. This was down to... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Sights in Peru

Peru is an extremely biodiverse country with habitats ranging from the arid plains of the Pacific coastal region in the west to the peaks of the Andes mountains vertically extending from the north to the southeast of the country to the tropical Amazon Basin rainforest in the east with the Amazon river Thus creating some... Continue Reading →

Ecuador’s 5 Best Gems

Ecuador is home to some of the most diverse landscape in the world. An Amazonian rainforest covered with volcanoes and animals species of both northern and southern hemisphere regions, it's no wonder Ecuador has the demand for tourism that it has. Here is my list of Ecuador's top 5 gems;   1. Galapagos Islands: A... Continue Reading →

Hiking Torres del Paine – Chile

Unfortunately due to an incredibly high demand from adventurers looking to head in to Patagonia and hike Torres del Paine, there are a lot of rules, bookings and yes...expenses. It's true, the more south of Santiago you go, the more expensive Chile becomes. Tourists only venture this far down south for the great hikes and... Continue Reading →

Cycling Death Road -Bolivia

Yungas Road in Bolivia, or most commonly known as 'Death Road', is one of the more daring adventures in South America. It gets its name from the fact that in 2006, it's estimated that 200-300 people died on this road. While a majority of the road has been modernised and made safe,¬†the original North Yungas... Continue Reading →

3 Days in the Desert – Bolivia

If you are planning on visiting Bolivia, then the chances are you have heard of the 4x4 tour that takes three days to get into Chile¬†(or Chile into Bolivia) via Salar de Uyuni. I would 100% recommend this trip, it was one (if not the best) trip in my life. Three days in the desert... Continue Reading →

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