Mount Batur (1.717m) is Bali's second highest volcano. It's located in the north of Bali in a small valley named Kintamani. Many tourists include the sunrise trek to the peak of the volcano in their Bali travel itinerary.
Mount Rinjani (3.726 m) is a volcano located on the island Lombok, west of Bali. When I first heard of the possibility to hike it I got excited immediately. I had never hiked such a high mountain before. Mount Rinanji on Lombok I booked a 2 day and 1 night tour with Rinjani Trekking Center.... Continue Reading →
When I heard about Phi Phi island I always pictured a remote and calm place with beautiful beaches. My expectations were quite high, which is never a good thing. So when we arrived to Phi Phi I was shocked about how touristy this place was. The main village Ton Sai is full of souvenir shops,... Continue Reading →
Krabi is located on the East Coast of Thailand and it's a popular holiday destination. That's why it can get pretty crowded there, especially on the beaches. But Krabi is much more than just beaches, hotel resorts and souvenir shops. What has impressed me most in Krabi was the nature we discovered on trekkings through... Continue Reading →
Thailand's capital was the first stop of our Southeast Asia trip. As we had only one night there we tried to make the most of it and I believe we did pretty well. Two days in Bangkok are enough if you're also planning to visit other places in Thailand. Temples, street food, etc. are similar... Continue Reading →
Lanzarote was the fourth Canary Island I visited after Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Tenerife. It's known for its volcanic landscape and the beaches. Before my visit I had heard different opinions about the island, some people loving it and others finding it boring. As I usually see the beauty in all places it didn't take... Continue Reading →
Gran Canaria is an island full of diverse landscapes and beautiful nature. Sometimes it's even referred to as "miniature continent". Unfortunately, its reputation often portrays it as a crowded mass tourism destination for beach holiday tourists. While this is not completely wrong the island does have much more to offer than just beaches. Once you... Continue Reading →
Playa Güigüi is a remote beach on the west coast of Gran Canaria which can only be reached by boat or by a 2-3 hour hike. As the beaches in the touristy areas of the island tend to be quite crowded I was more than excited to visit this untouched virgin beach. To avoid having... Continue Reading →