Salt Desert and the Moon Valley

We went out with Quad/ATV and 4×4-Offroad-Vehicle to discover Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt desert: A Train Cemetery, different wildlife and very colourful lagoons. Moon and Death Valley in Chile’s North made a stunning closing

From Mountains and Mines

The area surrounding La Paz is a great place to do some mountain climbing. As we love to challenge ourselves we tried our skills on the Huayna Potosi (6088m). The first day consisted of some ice climbing and training on the glacier. On the second day we started the climb to the basecamp at 5200m. We tried to sleep for a few hours. Unfortunately the low oxygen in the air [&hellip

The Pampas, Bolivia

During our time in Bolivia we decided to go into the Amazon. As we didn’t want to spend 18-24h in a bus on awful roads we took a 30min flight instead. An old  rusty plane took us to our desired destination. After a very bumpy flight we were happy to arrive save on the dirt road like landing strip. The next day we spent almost 4h in a jeep but [&hellip

Crazy Action in La Paz, Bolivia

In La Paz the team of Lederhosening did a lot of action stuff: Quad-Biking in the Moon Valley, Houserunning the highest building and Downhill-Biking the ‘Death Road’ (abysses up to 1000 meters just next to the road). Check out the crazy video of these adventures…

Peru II: Machu Picchu, Arequipa, Lake Titicaca

Cusco was our starting point for the Salkantay Trek. For five days we walked over mountain passes, through the jungle and finally alongside a train track in pouring rain to get to Machu Picchu, the perhaps most familiar icon of the Inca World. Our trip through Peru took us to Arequipa. The monastery there is like an own town within the city. In the nearby Colca Canyon we observed the [&hellip

Peru I: Lima, Huacachina, Nasca, Cusco

Peru is very diverse: The capitol Lima, the beautiful sanddunes in Huacachina, mystical Nasca-Lines or busy Cusco as startingpoint for expeditions. Check out our video about sandboarding and speeding with buggies in the desert

Cuba – Viva La Revolucion!

Starting from the pulsating capital Havana, we explored the Caribbean island Cuba, which offers a unique mixture of history, relaxing beaches and amazing landscapes, combined with the opportunity to do horse back riding to waterfalls and scuba diving to large coral riffs. During our three-week stay in Cuba we experienced that the image of the national hero Che Guevera is omnipresent, as well as the famous Cuban cigars – we [&hellip


  After a short stopover in L.A. we continued our trip to Mexico City. The historic city centre is beautiful and the street food is amazing. On the main square performance artists show off their skills and impress tourists from all over the world. We visited the massive pyramids of Teotihuacan in the north of Mexico City. With our Italian friend Federico we made our way south to Oaxaca. In the [&hellip

Island Paradise Fiji

After our journey through New Zealand we made a short stop on the island paradise Fiji. Beautiful beaches, a warm welcome, marvelous sunsets and perfect home-made food made our stay on Mana Island an unforgetable experience

New Zealand’s North

Beautiful scenery – e.g. the Lord Of The Rings Hobbit village area, caves, the snowy Tongariro Alpine Crossing with stunning views, colorful thermal wonderlands, full rainbows and great sundowns, just to mention a few highlights

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