Our couchsurfing host Andres invited us to go skiing with him in Valle Nevada, located in the Chilean side of the Andes. This would be our first time skiing in the mountains so we could not refuse and we were both excited to go skiing in our trip through South America.
From Santiago it’s only 1.5 hour away to the beach city of Valparaiso and about an hour to the Andes for Skiing. Our couchsurfing host Andres invited us to go skiing with him after the weekend after our trip through the Patagonia. He also invited us back into his home after we returned from the […]
The city of El Calafate is located in Argentina and it is famous for it’s glacier Perito Moreno. Getting there however wasn’t an easy task as it is winter right now and no direct buses were operational from Puerto Natales. Instead we had to cross the border city of Rio Turbio followed by a crossroad […]
After a quick stop in Santiago we took a flight down to the most southern city in Chile, Punta Arenas. Located in the Patagonia area and famous for it’s nature and wildlife. It would become a lot colder then the rest of South America as it is the closest point on earth to Antarctica and […]
We arrived in Uyuni at midnight after a long route through Bolivia because of roadblocks in Potosí. After a goodnight sleep we started to look for a 3 day tour through the landscape of Bolivia, the biggest salt flats in the world and arriving in the desert city of San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. DAY […]
We decided to wait a few days in Sucre, hoping the blockades would resolve so we could continue our travels towards the city of Uyuni, our last stop before heading into Chile. For your information, Uyuni is the city close to the biggest salt falts in the world. In the rainy season (jan – feb) […]