Latin America is enormous and you can easily spend over half a year to explore the surroundings. After I graduated for my tourism degree I wandered around for 7 months, starting in Argentina and finishing in Mexico, and I brought my camera to capture the wonderful views. ...read more!
One of the nicest ways of getting from Chile (Puerto Varas) to Argentina (Bariloche) is probably by boat, which only Cruce Andino makes possible.
If you love to see mountains, forests, lakes, but especially snow-capped volcanoes and glaciers, then this is definitely the most exciting way to cross Latin borders. ...read more!
The “Monumento Natural Islotes de Puñihuil” is situated at 27 km away from the city of Ancud. There are three islands which share the same purpose: keeping the penguins safe from extinction. Of the eighteen species of penguins living in our world, ten can be found in Chile. There are two of those species living in Puñihuil: the Magallanes penguin and the Humbolt penguin. ...read more!
I feel one with nature because there is no sign of society (besides the refugios) at all. My backpack is kind of heavy, but the idea of being able to survive for a week with just the things you carry on your back gives a very good and strong feeling. Torres del Paine, here we come! ...read more!
You’re in the water, close to nature, seeing your holiday destination from a different point of perspective. It’s fun, you’re enjoying it with your friends and it still provides a kick of adrenaline to the most of us. Rafting. It is a ‘must do’ when you’re in Puerto Varas. ...read more!
I just arrived to Chile and guess what, it’s actually quite cold over here. From El Calafate, Argentina I took the bus which cost me 200 pesos. After a six-hour drive I arrived at Puerto Natales, which is one of the most Southern places you can go to. ...read more!
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