📅 April 2021 ▶️ We all ask ourselves when we can travel again. After a full year of waiting and a few rearrangements in terms of first destinations, It looks like I can finally persue my plans again, starting today! This second Round-the-world trip through 80 countries, 57 of them which I have never visited before, is going to be very different & interesting. This video will show you how I plan my round the world trip and it also give you a very good idea of which areas I intend to visit (and why). Starting off in Mexico with relatively low Covid19 cases and then going into the USA with a super fast vaccination speed, I will spend most of my time outdoors in my tent on the Pacific Crest Trail and will hopefully be safe from the virus. I will get off the PCT around end of August and am hoping that the rest of the world will catch up with their vaccinations as well to make the remaining itinerary possible without further delays!
Ever wondered about the cost of full time travel and how to track your travel expenses? Perhaps this video can give you a little bit of inspiration as I show you exactly how I tracked my 3 years of full time travel and how I tracked my expenses of 704,28€ per month or 8.451,74 € per year. All details can be found here as well in text and graphic form!
Guatemala is full of aweome volcanoes to check out. In this trip from November 2014, I have explored Volcan Santa Maria before heading over to climb 3,976 m high Volcan Acatenango, offering the best night views from the tent to super active Volcán de Fuego. Certainly one of my travel highlights!
I have invited my friend Giselle from Colombia to this episode of my travel show. She is a certified diving instructor and was the perfect guest to teach us some more about diving in general as well as giving us some really cool recommendations on the best diving locations as well! Hopefully you like our Scuba Diving Introduction
Cruising the Caribbean in November 2016 has been an absolute treat of a trip. We’ve got beautiful landscapes, the kindest people, various adventures and the big climax by getting kicked out from our retired navy seals captain. Hopefully you like my Top 5 Caribbean highlights and let me know in the comments if you have been cruising there yourself already!
The 15th of January of 2015 has been a very special day for me. I met 75 year old Alberto Gutierrez, also known as the Stone Man, in his beautiful home deep in the Tisey Estanzuela Natural Reserve. He has been carving stones there for almost half of his life and will proudly present his work, should you make the effort of paying him a visit.
In this new episode from my weekly travel show, I am taking you on a trip to the Daniell Cheetah Project in which Lions and Cheetahs are taken care of by some lovely people. Afterwards, we hit the road to take in the great landscapes of the Valley of Desolation near Graaff-Reinet.
For this episode of the travel show, I am joined by travel hack expert Lord Dima, who managed to travel around the world on multiple occasions mostly using accumulated miles from his credit card deals ? Next to this main topic of airline miles travel hacking, we also show you some more tips on cheap travel and how to stay within your budget for your next trip! Check out this link for all 10 tips to save money traveling!
New Zealand is a mecca for outdoor freaks and you will not be disappointed in the countless hikes and treks available. Taking it to the next level is a helicopter ride over the Franz Josef Glacier and I will never forget the amazing views on deep crevasses on a perfect sunny day! ?
Next up in my introduction series is the tiny country of Brunei, locked in between Malaysia on Borneo Island in Southeast Asia. It’s capital Bandar Seri Begawan showcases one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever seen in Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque. Check out this video for some Impressions from the mosque, some of the beautiful sunsets over there as well as a sneak peak in the local street food culture.