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Watch ยป Bikepacking Alaska to Argentina and around the world. The story so far (2014 – 2019)

Iohan Gueorguiev’s videos are well made, but they are generally an hour long.

With this video Iohan recaps his trip so far, from Alaska to Argentina, in less than 15 minutes.

If you like this, you’ll love his full length videos.

Updated: See The World Through Iohan Gueorguiev’s Eyes

Updated June 1, 2019 to add link to his latest video.

In May 2014, Iohan Gueorguiev (websiteย โ€“ YouTube โ€“ Twitter โ€“ Instagram) started cycling from the Arctic Ocean at Tuktoyaktuk, in Canada’s Northwest Territories. The plan was to cycle to the tip of South America in a year, maybe a few more months.

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Adventures in Argentina’s Rugged Northwest

 

Michaela Trimble, writing for National Geographic, has some adventurous suggestions for the region surrounding Salta:

  • Overland to Tolar Grande and the Puna
    • Nine hours south of Salta to Argentinaโ€™s high-altitude Puna
  • Hike to Hidden Rock Art Galleries in Guachipas
    • Two hours southwestย of Salta
  • Cycle the Wine Region of Cafayate
    • Home to beautifulย red-rock canyons
  • Llama Trek in Purmamarca and Tilcara
    • This area is a UNESCO World Heritage site

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First luxury world cruise to stop at all seven continents โ€” including Antarctica

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to Amsterdam, the long way around.

Is this the ultimate glam trip? This doesn’t meet my personal definition of adventure, but we all have different comfort levels.

Prices for the 140-day globetrotting trip, scheduled for 2020, on the 382-passenger luxury cruise ship range from ยฃ49,000 (US$69,000.) for a basic cabin to ยฃ180,000 (US$253,000.) for a stay in the luxurious ‘owner’s suite’. Per passenger.

Daily Mail:

Theย Silver Whisper ship will set sail on January 6, 2020, from Fort Lauderdale in Florida before heading on to Argentina.

From there, the cruise liner will dip down to the Antarctic Peninsula, so passengers can spend a morning soaking in the other-worldly landscape.

A stop at the world’s coldest continent is currently scheduled for February 5, 2020.

Continuing on its journey, the boat will head on to Chile, Tahiti, Singapore, Mumbai, Rome and Dublin before finally docking in Amsterdam on May 25.

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