South American national parks are quite unlike North American national parks. With the parks being labeled “national parks” but really more open and free than other national parks across the globe, South American national parks are real treats. With most being infrequently visited, these national parks are the secret to peace and serenity. Absolutely breathtaking, magical in every way, and full of the unknown, definitely make a trip to any of these South American national parks.
- Pictures can only go so far when trying to tell a story of an event in one’s life. Yes, they are important and a picture can say a million words, but to completely understand Iguazu Falls from somewhere afar, you have to do a bit more than read this post, watch the videos, and look Read more about Iguazu Falls… A Must Read in the Shower[…]Read More »
- When we were “planning” our trip down to South America, we had two must do’s on our agenda. Machu Picchu (which you can read about here) and Torres Del Paine. The gorgeous pictures all over every social media account had us hooked on seeing this beautiful place with our own eyes. Fair warning here.. after Read more about Torres Del Paine.. Read at Your Own Risk[…]Read More »
- Something you have to see to believe. And we mean really see it.. Not one of those fly down, spend three days doing the “W” trek as quick as you can and then fly home. We mean.. slow down, take it all in, and really enjoy the beauty of this amazing national park. Read more about Torres Del Paine.. Trail Talk[…]Read More »
- So clearly we are doing a fabulous job of keeping you all updated seeing how we are still trying to catch up from our time in South America. But hey, we are getting closer one blog at a time right? To refresh your memory, before getting into El Chalten was our crazy border crossing experience Read more about Huge Glaciers, an Ice Bar, and One Crazy Hostel[…]Read More »
- Wow, we’re in Patagonia…a place so beautiful it literally brought tears to our eyes. The boat ride from Chiloe was quite the experience. We got all our warm clothes out of our bags, checked our bags in on the bottom floor of the boat, and went to find our seats. The boat was set to Read more about Patagonia!!… Parque National Queulat[…]Read More »
- Hitchhiking, beautiful places, and a God who speaks so clearly!! We left Valdivia with the hopes of hitching all the way to Chiloe in one day. We weren’t really sure what that would look like, but thought it was plausible with the possibility of us getting a hitch with the right person. We got up Read more about Chiloe, Chile!![…]Read More »