The Pantanal is a huge wetland area the size of the UK, mostly located within Brazil. You can either enter it from the south (via Campo Grande) or the north (via Cuiabá) and this video covers our entry from the south side through the village of Poconé. Be prepared for a lot of Wildlife encounters, especially with the Yacare caimans! I have visited the Pantanal in May 2015 and sadly did not manage to see any Jaguars. Go from June and November for the best chances to spot the big cats! I hope you like this video on the Pantanal Brazil wildlife 🙂
Being locked down for about half a year already due to the Corona virus, I could finally make it out to a trip to Austria. In this video, I will be covering the beautiful town of Salzburg right next to the border of Germany including shots from Mönchsberg, Hellbrunn, Kapuzinerberg & Leopoldskron. If you are limited on time, those are some of the highlight things to do in Salzburg!
Snow Hiking the Kepler Track in New Zealand was one of my highlights in my four months on the South Island. We had to make sure to be safe as well though and waited for the best weather window to do the roughly 5-6h long crossing through the deep snow. Let me know in the comments if you have done something similar and I hope you like my little New Zealand Nature Documentary!
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!
My YouTube Channel has been around for a while, but I got to admit that I have never taken it very serious – until now! Doing a bunch of research, I am laying out on how I plan to grow my YouTube Channel in 2020. From my currently 200 Subscribers, I am trying to reach 1000 until Christmas this year. By following 5 basic rules, I hope to achieve that goal. Do you think I missed something very important?
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.