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By |September 18th, 2021|Adventure, Bolivia, Mountain, Nature, Prevention, Safety, Travel, Trekking, Trekking Peaks|

10 Uses of trekking poles  Trekking Pole Chair There’s a couple of ways you can turn your trekking poles into a comfy seat. If you’re backpacking (every ounce counts) you can prop your pack against your poles to create a nice backrest. It’s a little comfier than leaning against a tree and the likelihood of [...]

By |August 14th, 2021|Bolivia, Mountain, Nature, Prevention, Safety, Travel, Trekking|

BENEFITS OF HIKING WITH TREKKING POLES One of the first things I learnt in the mountains was the use of poles, I remember that I didn't use them or only used one until I had a 14 day trek in the Cordillera Real of the Andes, I was not alone I was with another guide [...]

WHAT IS ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS AMS? 

By |July 17th, 2021|Bolivia, Health, La Paz, Mountain, prevention, Prevention, Safety, Salar de Uyuni|

Acute mountain sickness or altitude sickness is a disease caused by physiological reactions of the human body resulting from exposure to low oxygen pressure. SO WHAT HAPPENS WITH THE OXYGEN IN ALTITUDE? The surrounding air in the atmosphere is composed of only 21% oxygen at sea level with an atmospheric pressure of 760 mmHg, while [...]

Do I need a personal medical kit?

By |April 28th, 2020|Adventure, Bolivia, city tour, Health, Travel, Trekking|

Our guides are equipped with basic medical kits, but you may want to bring some of your own medication, especially for treks or adventure activities e.g. antidiarrhetics (Imodium), Pepto Bismol for stomach pain, antihistamines (both capsules and balm), analgesics, band aids and blister plasters and insect repellent. If you need any specific recommendation please contact [...]