About

It was a gray day when we met, but the sun was shining hardly in the desire to venture into this relationship. The name of the VW Bus says a lot about her: Djanira. Name of a country woman, ‘cabocla’ warrior and persistent woman.

 

Mission

We believe that it is possible to live a meaningful life, something that has purpose and that stimulates our inherent talents, our deepest gifts such as creativity, authenticity, lightness and other aspects and necessary virtues to make our life a little more relevant. With this intention, a few years ago we chose the experience of living in a very simple way, with a adapted house in a VW Bus and surviving with selling street art. With the time available to develop, two social projects were born that were taken along over more than 20,000 km. Over the two years of traveling almost 2’000 people from needy communities has benefitted personally.

 

FAQ’s

What does the BusLife mean to you?

Live a meaningful life, and over all, take the risks of it.

 

What are the biggest advantages and challenges of living the BusLife?

The advantages are the available time, knowing places and cultures. The challenges are all like of ordinary life, but amplified: Fear of death, loneliness, insecurity, adverse weather conditions.

 

Tell us your favourite destination you have travelled to so far?

Difficult question, I will choose two: Alter do Chão, PA (Brazil), Sacred Valley of the Incas, Cusco (Peru)

 

What’s your favourite thing about your VW Bus?

Speed. It’s slow. The journey is slow. As well as the learnings of life: patience is required.

What advise would you give to anyone starting a travel adventure in a VW Bus?

Awning. Invest in an awning. And open your heart. But don’t forget an Awning.

 

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