Have you ever heard of “Slow travel”, this new trend that consists in slowing down the pace of travel in a modern world where everything has to go fast, sometimes too fast…? It’s undoubtedly the solution to the eternal problem of travelers constrained by time: a return to the fundamentals of travel; a discovery of the unknown mixed with relaxation. From definition to practice, let’s take our time to focus on… the slow travel!
When you are used to hike in the wilderness, wild camping becomes a child’s play. However, even the experienced hikers that we are had to learn, adapt, and make some mistakes during our long journey… What equipment to take, which one to choose? Where to pitch your tent, find a place to wash yourself? We put some answers in this practical guide, based on our own experience!
We have often been asked this question: “How do you draw your way on a daily basis? How do you manage to plan it?”… And we had a hard time answering it at first: leaving all behind us without a travel guide and traveling day by day, our route was anything but meticulously planned!… We then asked each other the question: “How did we choose our point B from a point A? How did we draw our way after that?”