Recipe for Survival Bread. A compact and very nutricious variant of bread that is highly popular amongst hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. It barely contains water and you can preserve it for several weeks. One bread contains nearly 9000 calories, making it a good breakfast and lunch for 3-4 days.
Cockscomb Basin is a 250 000 acre jungle wonderland endowed with hiking trails, waterfalls and mountains. Besides an environment rich of wildlife, it is the largest jaguar sanctuary in the world with a recorded number of 200 jaguars.Read More
There are few things in life more rewarding than spotting wild animals in their natural habitat. Encountering a wild animal in the wild brings great memories and stories, still getting this experience isn’t always easy. Here are a few tips for spotting wildlife successfully.Read More
There is nothing I love more than spending a few days, if not weeks, in nature. There is nothing more satisfying than hiking through dense forests or paddling on beautiful lakes and covering miles and miles powered by your own arms and legs. At the end of the day you can enjoy a warm meal and a nice campfire before camping at night. But if you want to make the most of your upcoming adventure, knowing how to plan a backpacking trip is essential.Read More
Food planning is an important stage in your backpacking trip planning. Planning your meals sounds easy, until you get into detail and notice you want a little more than just a loaf of bread and a slice of cheese. How much food should you take? How will you keep your taste buds excited after weeks on the trail? So many questions. Fortunately, we’ve got answers for them all in this backpacking food planning FAQ.Read More
Hiking, climbing, paddling, gathering fire wood, carrying your heavy backpack — you’re going to be burning more calories than you think. Needless to say you will need some high-energy and easily prepared meals to gain your strength along the way. But why shouldn’t they be delicious as well?Read More
Traveling often comes with the inconvenience of not having drinkable tap water. Or when in the outdoors: having water sources available (hopefully), but not being able to drink from them without treatment. In this guide, we will show you the best ways of treating water.Read More