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The W Trek to Patagonia

Patagonia has long been on our places to visit and we finally managed to put together a trip. We spent a night at Santiago, before heading to Patagonia, to add the famous “W Trek” in Torres del Paine National Park to our list of accomplished tours.  Established in 1959 the park is is a natural reserve of glaciers, glacial lakes, deep valleys, famous granite mountains, and beautiful pine forests that has become a tourist attraction. More than a hundred thousand tourists and trekkers visit this park round the year and it has become the most desirable destinations among travelers to Lat-America. The W Trek  got its name as it is an amazing natural formations of three valleys in a W shape. Most popular course in the park the location offers a view of all the 3 gems of the region: Glacier Grey, the French Valley, and the picture-perfect Torres Towers.

The W Trek earns its name from the natural formations of three valleys in a W shape. It’s the most popular course in the park, as it hits all the major sights: Glacier Grey, the French Valley, and the picture-perfect Torres Towers.

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Through the icy lens – Mystical Iceland

It prides me to be part of this travelers’ pack as we have untold stories of the seldom visited places from around the world. Recently one of our group members came back from the land of mist, ice and icebergs – Iceland and he captured his journey through his lenses. Mark is an avid traveler who loves exploring the difficult and extreme terrains of the world.

Imagining that the summer would be the ideal time to embark on trip to Iceland, Mark braved maximum temperatures of a modest 18 /19 degrees Celsius during his visit. Yes! 18 degrees is still chilling for us but that’s the best this land of pardox had to offer. Adorned with abstract nature, this country is a photographer’s paradise and Mark has some stunning views to share with you, so without much ado enjoy these snapshots of heaven on Earth.