Life is strange like that. A few weeks ago, we were on the open road driving through 5000km of the most remote parts of the world, SOUTHERN PATAGONIA! At the time, although we enjoyed the absolutely incredible vistas and the wild nature all around, we would’ve killed for a sushi … more »
From Mexico all the way down to Patagonia. That’s the plan and we want you to join us!
Go straight to a country of your choice or let us take you anywhere in Latin America with the stories below.
The Calbuco Volcano in Chile is erupting right now. It’s strange that we passed by it a few days ago and marveled at the peaceful surroundings. Cattle grazing without any premonitions, endless fields of green grass, and lakes all around for this is in Chile’s lakes region. We even talked … more »
Chile is the land of volcanoes. The country is home to over 100 active volcanoes! Osorno is a massive volcano that last erupted in 1869. The volcano is over 2500m high and its summit is always covered with snow! The conical shape makes it really interesting to look at and … more »
Many travel to Cancun looking forward to spend relaxing days of sun, white sands and blue ocean. Even though all the elements for this ideal type of holiday are indeed present in Cancun, the Caribbean vibes one can feel in this Mexican resort destination might not always be as pacific … more »
Behold the mighty Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina! Traveling in “the south of the world”, in both the Chilean and Argentinian sides of Patagonia, one comes across a tremendous amount of natural beauty. We even joked that we could just drive around and have our cameras clicking randomly through the … more »
Update 2019: Great news! Holders of valid B2 US visas and Schengen visas that are category C (tourism) can now get an electronic travel authorisation for Argentina. The visas should be valid for at least 3 months. The electronic travel authorisation is also valid for 3 months and allows multiple … more »
Camping one night next to a glacier, and the next to a gushing glacial stream, and then by the side of an emerald lake, and the last one at the base of towering mountains – that’s the W-trek for you. Located in the Torres del Paine National Park in Southern … more »
One of my absolute favorite things to do in Santiago de Chile is shopping at the main local market: La Vega Central. Over there, you can truly find anything you are likely to come across in the country. Fish, meat, general groceries, utilities and TONS and TONS of fresh produce. … more »
Chile is not a major street food destination. Still, in Santiago, there are vendors who specialize in a few local treats. Sopapillas, the round fritters in the photo above, are one of the most popular Chilean snacks. They consist on soft bread-like dough mixed with a little pumpkin (hence the … more »
Travel articles rave about the importance of getting “off-the-beaten path”. It is funny, though, how some writers tell you how you should go away from touristic places mentioning exactly those “alternative” places you should instead go to. They list the “unusual” things you should do once you get there and … more »