Huemul Circuit: Our favorite hike in South America! Clipping the climbing harness to the Tyrolian-zipline , we all became quiet, trying not to notice the knots rising from our stomachs into our throats – all that was separating us from the raging waters of the Rio Tunel 20 meters below was a stainless, Read More
The Marble Caves of Rio Tranquilo are one of Chilean Patagonia’s hidden treasures. Located on the shore of Lago General Carrera, the caverns have been carved from limestone over thousands of years. Entering the rocky labyrinth was one of the most surreal and eye-popping experiences of our lives. Join us as we tour this, Read More
Nothing is more relaxing than a week of sailing and yoga on the crystal clear waters of the Amalfi Coast. Join us as we explore the picturesque fishing villages on the islands of Procida and Ventotene, the old world charm of Ischia, the glamour of Capri and the rugged, cliffsided towns of Amalif,, Read More
Could You Be The Most Beautiful Caves in the World? Mother Nature at Her Best in Chile’s Marble Caves We travel with no plans just an idea, a deep desire to see the wondrous beauty of foreign lands. Destinations are chosen from life long bucket lists, stories from other travelers, or an unforgettable image, Read More
Join us as we sail up the coast of Sicily on a luxury sailboat. Anchoring near an ancient castle and the marine reserve of Isola de Ciclopi we spend the afternoon swimming in the clear Mediterranean Sea. The Cyclopean Isles are rich in natural beauty above and below the water and are the mythical, Read More
Pucón: Knock, Knock, Knocking on Patagonia’s Door Chile’s Lakes District A great part of our inspiration for coming to South America was to trek in the commanding mountains of Patagonia, to breathe in the crisp cold mountain air, and drink the purest fresh water sourced from mountain glaciers. Pucón is part of Chile’s, Read More
La Serena, Coquimbo, and Elqui Valley On September 15, 2015 a magnitude 8.3 tremor occurred of the coast of Illapel Chile. A destructive tsunami reaching heights of 15 feet (4.7 meters) struck the nearby fishing village of Coquimbo causing widespread damage.
A Tale of Two Piscos If you find yourself asking what in the hell is pisco, chances are you haven’t traveled to Peru or Chile where this clear to straw colored brandy is the national drink. A raging debate exists between the two countries as to where pisco originated and of course whose is, Read More
After three days of paddling along the tallest cliffs in the world and some of the most spectacular scenery in the Hawaiian Islands the crew lands at a remote location, completely isolated from the rest of the world. The best adventure ever!
We’re Not in Kansas Anymore…. Spent and beaten from doing 3 back-to-back, whirlwind tours in Bolivia (amazing experiences) we were looking forward to laying low and recuperating in the oasis of San Pedro de Atacama in northern Chile. We were anxious to spend some time in the heat. What better place than in, Read More