Oriol Muns Pradera travels and adventures

Category Hiking

Trek in Sajama – 3 days and 2 nights

With Aline, Sophie and Michelle we decided to go on an excursion to Sajama, a region with volcanoes that borders Chile, about 300 km away from La Paz. Here you can find a map of the route in Sajama and… Continue Reading →

Choquequirao, the Machu Picchu sibling city

Choquequirao or “the cradle of gold” are ruins of the city that first belonged to the “Chankas” and then to the incas. Choquequirao is in the middle of nowhere and is considered as a sister city of Machu Picchu. Getting… Continue Reading →

Isla del Sol in lake Titicaca

“Isla del Sol” is without any doubt one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. It is located on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca, 2 hours by boat from Copacabana and at 3,800 meters of altitude. I… Continue Reading →

From Colca Valley to the Valley of the Volcanoes

Once I have visited the Colca Canyon, I take my backpack to go on an five days epic adventure from Cabanaconde, in the Colca Canyon to Andagua, in the Valley of the Volcanoes! You can see the route followed on… Continue Reading →

West of Sumatra: volcano Kerinci (3805 m) and Bukkitingi

From Bali I get to the warm Jakarta, where I have a 6 hour transfer before flying to Padang. I change terminal and I feel as weird as an alien: I am the only “bulé” (foreigner) in the whole terminal,… Continue Reading →

Lombok and Mt. Rinjani (3721 m)

After 4 hours by boat from Padangbai, Bali, I arrived in Mataram, the capital of Lombok. Here I pretend to climb Rinjani, a volcano of 3721 meters, and explore by scooter beaches and villages. One immediately realizes several differences with… Continue Reading →

Blue Mountains, Great Ocean Road and Kakadu National Park

If you want to listen to music while you take a look you can click on this eMDee youtube video (www.rawdidge.com):   Sidney and the Blue Mountains I arrived in Sydney, which looked to be an incredible city, with its… Continue Reading →

Ruapehu and the hot pools in New Zealand

Damn, how scary! Apart from the risk of an avalanche, using crampons and an ice axe, and the menacing sea of ​​mist that stretched 200 meters below me, climbing an active volcano makes you feel small and insignificant in the… Continue Reading →

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