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Stewart Island is at the edge of the world. At least for Europeans point of view. Its a special world, […]
Curio Bay is in the heart of The Catlins. This is the only place where you can swim with Dolpins […]
In the Catlins (South-East End) you can be allone with millions of Sheep, Dolphins, Seals, Sea Lions and Red-Eyed Penguins. […]
Uncrowded, unknown to most turists and pure nature. Also a perfect place for nightshots and spotting galaxies.
It is actually a big crater that is connected to the open sea. The scenic-rim-road is perfect for millions of […]
One of the highest, biggest and most interesting geo-thermal fields in Latin America.
A challenge to get up to 5600m – but you can look 450m deep insight!
One Way Ticket to the Moon … At least it looks like the Moon.
The chilean hub to the Atacama Desert, Bolivia, Argentinia and the biggest observatory on earth ALMA.
Driving on the Salar de Uyuni – called Salt Flats is kind of a never ending road with a many […]
The bolivian Copacabana has a beach and is located at the sea. But it is 3700m higher than the brasilian […]
The Titicaca Lake is a blue wonder mystery. With a special climate at 3700m the sun seems to shine 365 […]
It’s one of the most seen highlight in Latin America. But this place has still its unique beauty.
Compared to the famous Inca Trail, the Salkantay Trail offers more stunning nature, like mountains in the 6000m, a pass […]
Hike the Colca Canyon! With it’s 1200 m it’s deeper than the Gran Canyon. It’s worth to spend three days […]
It is actually a weird place. A little sanctuary in the dunes with a small lagoon and travelers looking for […]
In einer Wüste wie die Desierto de Tatacoa ist es normaler Weise trocken. Ideal für Nachtfotos – eigentlich. Denn es […]
There is some magic in the Valle de Cocora, with its 60 m high Wax Palm Trees sourrounded by fresh […]
South of Manizales there is the Coffee Zone – Coffee Plantations as far as the eye can see.
Also known as Sugar Loaf of Colombia. Walk up the 740 steps to reach the top 200 m high.