Hiking through the second biggest canyon in the world is quite exciting, isn’t it? Fish River canyon hike was in our bucket list for a couple of years and finally we’ve done it! Some guide books says this is the toughest hike in Africa,… Read the rest
The hike through one of the iconic tourist attractions in South Africa the Cape of Good Hope is an incredible experience! We hope our Cape of Good Hope hiking guide will help you to plan a hike and to enjoy it the most! Total distance of the hike 33,8km… Read the rest
Amatola trail is an amazing hike near Hogsback, a small town in Eastern Cape province, South Africa. The trail length is 100 km, it starts at Maden Dam and finishes in the town. You hike Amatola trail in 6 days and 5 nights, every night you sleep … Read the rest
We spent two months hiking, camping and hitchhiking in Patagonia mostly on Chilean side. In these months we had all kind of weather from hot sunny days to hail and snow with storm wind and in all that time our gear never failed. Don’t think… Read the rest
Tajumulco hike was the first of many multi day hikes we did in Latin America. It was a short hike, only two days and was the start of our year long hiking adventure in the region. The hike is moderate difficult and short just take it easy, don’t… Read the rest
Penang National park is the smallest National park in Malaysia, 2300 hectares nevertheless it’s size it’s worth of visit. It’s located15km from Georgetown, easy to get by public transport. Bus №101, leaves every 10-15… Read the rest
Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu, amazing scenery and good alternative to Inca trail, we could easily do it again but without an agency. Everybody knows about Inca trail, people try to book it and arrange everything beforehand, pay a lot of … Read the rest
1. Our favorite, Ausangate trek, Peru.
Kilimanjaro, how difficult is the trek? What are the costs involved? What route should I choose? Itinerary. Our Story. In Hindsight: Would I do it again, was it worth the price tag?
Mount Kilimanjaro, the roof of Africa, in northern Tanzania … Read the rest
If you like camping, hiking, being in the wild and observing the nature you should definitely go to Siete Tazas park. We didn’t know about this place, it is not very famous outside Chile. Luckily in Pichilemu we met a very nice couple Paula… Read the rest