Have a look at the updated world map with all our travel destinations. You can see now in which years we have visited a country and follow the link to the picture gallery. Countries and regions with more visits are displayed darker. You can also switch between equirectangular and orthographic projection. Created with amCharts 4.
The Conguillío National Park is one of our favourites in Chile. We have been visiting it many times, the last time just after New Year this year. We stayed again at the Sendas Lodge Conguillío – this time in the Tolhuaca cabin beautifully located in the middle of an Araucaria forest.
After more than 25 years of travelling in Chile and not having seen a single puma, we decided to join a puma-tracking expedition in the Torres del Paine National Park and the adjacent Estancia Goic in the Chilean Patagonia known to host the largest population of pumas in South America.
Taking the opportunity of the Republic of Ireland hosting the first ESO Council meeting after Ireland became the 16th member state of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) we visited the Irish capital Dublin over a long weekend in early June followed by an 11 day and 2700 km roundtrip through Ireland and Northern Ireland.
After our first trip to Southern Africa in 2012 we always wanted to explore another part of Africa. Our choice fell on Tanzania not least because of the famous Serengeti National Park with whose pictures and documentaries we grew up and which shaped our picture of Africa. In February we traveled for 19 days with our guide Sebastian […]
This year we spent Christmas in the Conguillío National Park and New Year in the Huerquehue National Park in the Araucanía region in the South of Chile. In both places we staid in a cabin right in the park. This allowed us to extensively explore both parks by foot and car while enjoying the comfort […]
Just published two picture galleries from recent visits to the LIGO Livingston Gravational Wave Observatory in Louisiana, USA and to the FAST 500m Radio Telescope in Guizhou, China. During both trips we were able to visit some of the surroundings. Enjoy! Here you find more information on LIGO and FAST.
The only way to explore the channels, fjords and islands of western Patagonia is by sea. This (southern) autumn we sailed in 25 days 1629 nautical miles (3017 km) from Ushuaia in Argentina to Puerto Montt in Chile with the S/Y Anne-Margaretha.
Here come the long-awaited pictures, panoramas and movies from our three-week trip to Japan in March and April this year.
After the heavy rains this winter in the North of Chile an extraordinary blossoming of the Atacama Desert could be expected.