Have you ever seen smoke and red lava coming out of an volcano, just in front of you? From Antigua Guatemala you can book a once in a lifetime experience: the Acatenango volcano hike. A two-day trek where you hike to the top of the Acatenango volcano and spend the night in a tent along the way. From the top you can look straight out over the surrounding volcanoes Agua, Pacaya and Fuego, one of Guatemala’s most active volcanoes. In this article you will read everything you want to know about hiking the Acatenango Volcano, including useful tips and a packing list.
Salar de Uyuni Bolivia : A trip on one of the biggest salt flats in the world
The Uyuni salt flat is one of the largest salt flats in the world and an absolute highlight in Bolivia. This immense white salt flat, together with the beautiful clear blue sky, is a view that will leave you speechless and you will never forget. The last 8 years I have been able to visit this unique area every year. In this article I ‘ll tell you everything you want to know about this natural wonder in Bolivia, the possibilities to visit the area, and the best insider tips based on my experiences over the years.
Have you ever heard of a city called Potosí? A Bolivian city known for its mines and tragic history? It’s hard to imagine that this city once belonged to one of the richest and largest cities in South America, because of its flourishing mine industry. But today there is not much left. In this article I’m taking you to the almost exhausted mines of Potosí, a miners-market and the lord of the underground.
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Hiking in Bolivia: Everything you want to know about The Inca trail!
Peru is famous for its Inca trail to Machu Picchu. But did you know that Bolivia has an Inca trail as well? This famous Inca road system runs through Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru and is almost 30,000 kilometers long. Read everything about this Bolivian hike in this article.
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Cocora Valley Colombia – Tips for your visit and stay!
Curious about the highest palm trees in the world? Valle de Cocora is known for its many shades of green and its tall palms: the Quindío wax palm. This national tree of Colombia can call itself the tallest wax palm in the world, as it can reach 80 meters in height. The Cocora valley is a place you simply can’t miss during a trip to Colombia. You can go for beautiful hikes and take amazing pictures. In this article you’ll find everything you want to know about Valle de Cocora in Colombia, including hike options, hotels and a packing list.