Overland Travel in Chile
The long, elongated string-bean sized country along South America’s west coast has everything it needs to make Chile a perfect country for your overland journey. The enormous Atacama Desert in the north allows you to get lost, have an off-road adventure, or to explore ghost towns dating from a glorious past. The second wilderness lies in the far south, a wild landscape with glaciers where few people live. Driving the Carretera Austral is the ultimate way to see one of the remotest regions in the world.
In Patagonia, you don’t need a campground; here, rough camping is a way of life. The region is safe, and Argentineans and Chileans are campers themselves. They are not surprised … Read more
From glaciers to deserts, from the Amazon Rainforest to vast wetlands, and from waterfalls to salt flats, South America has a number of places where you feel how insignificant we, … Read more
With the Andes Mountains stretching from the far north of Venezuela all the way down to South America’s southernmost point in Argentina, covering seven countries and 4,300 miles in the … Read more