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 »
There is no other place on earth that I have seen more empty spaces with breathtaking vistas than the USA. This big continental country has some of the most mind blowing views that the world can offer. Welcome to Glacier National Park. With rivers, lakes, mountains, and forests to keep … more »
Yosemite national park in California, USA will surprise you with it’s unique granite rock structures. The park is dominated by massive mountains of granite and the valley is flush with green meadows, beautiful lakes, and dense coniferous vegetation. Driving around you’ll see ancient Sequoia trees, crazy high waterfalls, and tons … more »
One of the most iconic sights in Hong Kong is the Buddha on top of the mountain. Surrounded by a quaint monastery and some really hike-worthy national parks, a trip to the Buddha makes for a pretty fantastic excursion. The monastery is relaxing and always has some incense. It’s easy … more »
The Torres del Paine national park in Chile will make you fly, the winds there are really that strong. However, the beauty of the place is unsurpassed. We were in Torres del Paine during the freezing patagonian winter. The temperature was below zero degrees and the wind was blowing by … more »
This is the Licancabur volcano, visible from all over the town of San Pedro de Atacama. The volcano’s last eruption date is unknown however there are some interesting stories behind the history of this mountain. Part of the volcano lies in Bolivia and the summit lies in Chile. There is … more »
Patagonia will take you away. This photo was taken in Puerto Natales. The locals are bored of views like this. It’s unbelievable!