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A trip around the world may be a one time thing. That's why we want to enjoy this time to the fullest without any restrictions. The plan aims to travel as you wish without needing to comply a predetermined schedule. We also want to be traveling so long until we lose the desire to travel and want to return voluntarily trains.

Our plan is to have no plan!

In order to put this plan we have in the Behören logged off at a civic obligation not to comply. Below you will find some information about our route planning:


Because to be covered during a world tour long distances, the plane is recommended at least for the crossing of oceans as a means of transport. So-called Round-The-World Tickets (RTW) allow Umrungung the earth with a certain number of miles. The destinations and dates were set before the trip, but can not be changed during the trip. Even if the offer sounds attractive, we decided against it for the following reasons:

  • The validity of a RTW is 12 months. So if we want to stay longer than 12 months, the ticket expires and must be purchased a new
  • Surface-distances (distances, which are covered by land) are also deducted from the available miles

Further and extremely useful information about RTW tickets can be found here on


We will plan our route so that we travel the countries visited to climatic optimum times. Also on you is the travel time tool available. Simply join your desired destinations and the tool shows you graphically which country or region is best visited at what time. Feel free to you watch a compilation of some of our desired destinations . We also prefer warm regions, will thus need to cross the equator one time or another.


Each country has its own visa requirements, depending on which Statsbürgerschaft you have, how long will you stay in the country and what you want to do in the country (travel, work). A good overview of the entry requirements for Swiss offers . You select the desired region and the country and get all the necessary information update 13.11.2010. We had upon entering Argentina does not provide any evidence that we will leave the country within three months. So it's no problem to enter with only a one-way ticket.

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