Namibia

Namibia

A few tips to organize a trip to Namibia, if you decide not to hire a car, and if you have a low budget... Read more »
Windhoek

Windhoek

Windhoek is not the best town in the world, and it is very often overlooked by visitors, but if you are forced to stop there for logistical reasons you will not be bored , just... Read more »
Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park

The Etosha National Park is another must-see destination for visitors in Namibia. Very dry environment, very different from any other Africans Parks visited up to... Read more »
Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

One of the places that every traveler can not miss in life. Falling asleep hearing the roar of the falls? Priceless....... Read more »
Under Botswana sky

Under Botswana sky

After so much Asia I felt the need to change totally. I chose Botswana because I was missing the African fauna, as well as the silence, the boundless spaces, wildlife, and absence of human... Read more »
Gaborone

Gaborone

My trip starts from Gaborone, Botswana's capital city. A public bus will take me to Maun, the main town in the Okavango... Read more »
Maun and the Okavango Delta

Maun and the Okavango Delta

Maun is the main center from which depart all the excursions to explore the Okavango Delta, both with the mokoro, a traditional dugout canoe used in the so-called inland delta, with predominantly aquatic habitat,... Read more »
Kasane and the Chobe National Park

Kasane and the Chobe National Park

The Chobe National Park, on the banks of the Zambezi, practically attached to Kasane, is the most economical place to organize a safari in Botswana. A cruise will allow you to admire many herbivores, particularly... Read more »
Myanmar Burma

Myanmar Burma

27 days alone. 27 days of magic, improvisation, 27 days of meetings, openness to the world. 27 days of guesthouses found on the way, vip buses and wrecks, free lifts in pick ups, silent traditional... Read more »
Mandalay

Mandalay

Low cost suggestions for exploring Mandalay, the main city of northern Myanmar, and its surroundings: Sagaing, Mingun, Inwa,... Read more »
Hsipaw

Hsipaw

Hsipaw, one of the main trekking destinations in the Shan state. Tips to sleep, feed, move, organize trips on the... Read more »
Bagan

Bagan

Bagan is, simply, an enchantment. Hard to find words to describe it, you have to see it with your own eyes. Some tips to visit it on the... Read more »
Kalaw

Kalaw

Kalaw and its picturesque green hills, dotted with tribal villages. How to stay and organize a trek without spending too... Read more »
Pindaya

Pindaya

It's not easy to reach Pindaya without a driver, but with a little of good will it’s possible. The most convenient place to base is Kalaw, because here there are more hotels and comforts. If... Read more »
Inle Lake

Inle Lake

The Lake Inle landscapes, its markets, the ancient stupas at Inthein and Thaung Tut are among the must-see destinations of a trip to Myanmar. Here's how to visit them on the... Read more »
Kakku

Kakku

Kakku, about 70 kms from the Lake Inle shores, unknown and almost inaccessible until recently, is now opening up to the world in all its extraordinary splendor. Here you can read how to reach it... Read more »
Mawlamyine

Mawlamyine

Mawlamyine, colonial city full of history, where Orwell and Kipling lived. willl charm you with its golden pagodas, and the extraordinary landscapes of Hpa An. Some tips to visit it low... Read more »
Kyaikto – Golden Rock

Kyaikto – Golden Rock

Kyaikto is the little touristy town I used as a base to visit the Golden Rock, the most sacred site of Burma. Some low cost suggestion to organize the... Read more »