Winds of Guanacaste

In our search for new locations, we stumbled upon a remote mountain called Cerro Pelado. An extinct ancient volcano, rising above the flatlands of Cañas in the province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Read More

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Stratosphere

2016 is here and like every new year, it brings new dreams. A chance to look up at the stars and feel the wonderful anxiety and yearning for all that is to come. Read More

A New Hope

As the year comes to an end, we’re forced to think about all the things that we did, the things we’re proud of, all that it took and all that it gave us as well as the lessons we learned. It’s always a special time to create a positive vision towards the future and the new year to come. Read More

Nauyaca Waterfalls

Located deep inside the tropical rainforest mountains of the southern coast of Costa Rica, the Nauyaca Waterfalls burst into life through an spectacular canyon of rock and lush vegetation. What a sight! Read More

Costa Rican Endless Wilderness

A dangerous land of cold starry nights, otherworldly ancient scenery and countless wildlife and landscape photographic opportunities. These are some of the photos I captured during a weekend road tripping through Cerro de la Muerte. Read More

Over Treetops & Sunsets

The pinnacle of Costa Rica’s continental divide, Monteverde, is a hub for nature enthusiasts, thriving ecotourism, and outdoor adventure. From great hikes, hanging bridges, and breathtaking scenery to extreme adrenaline canopy zip lines above the treetops, this cloud forest has plenty to offer its visitors. Read More

Chasing Waterfalls

From the slopes of the Poás Volcano in the central highlands of Costa Rica, 5 striking waterfalls make their way through lush, exuberant gardens and wild vegetation. Both cloud forest and rain forest co-exist in this vibrant area, rich in bio diversity. At La Paz Waterfall Gardens you will find the world’s largest butterfly observatory… Read More

Reflections of Independence

This year Costa Rica celebrated its independence from Spain with a long weekend and to make the most of it, I decided to visit Bahía Ballena and its Marine National Park for the first time. Bahía Ballena in spanish means “Whale Bay” named after its very iconic coastline shaped as a the tail of a… Read More

The Sublime Beauty of the Canadian Rockies

“No scene has ever given me an equal impression of inspiring solitude and rugged grandeur” Walter Wilcox, explorer of the Canadian Rockies. – The final chapter of my solo traveling adventure through Canada began with a foggy and rainy bus drive from Calgary Airport onto Banff National Park. The mountains slowly began revealing parts of… Read More