Booking a holiday with a tour operator is convenient for those who don’t enjoy planning their own travels. It’s also a great option for first time travelers who find the idea of traveling solo too daring. You’re sure to meet a bunch of interesting people plus you don’t have to worry much about arranging hotels, […]
If you’re in Costa Rica, you should definitely make your way to Monteverde. You can spot some really cool wildlife and all that lush green of the forest is stunning. Plus you can go on a canopy tour if you’re up for a bit of an adrenaline kick. There are several tour companies in Monteverde […]
As a backpacker, you’re normally quite conscious about budget but at the same time you want to have a good time and you value a good night’s sleep. Food is also super important and you will want to try the local cuisine for a real authentic experience. But we all know, there comes a point […]
Have you been planning a trip to El Tunco and are wondering where best to sleep and eat? Here’s a handy little backpacker’s guide to one of my favourite beach towns with the best hostels/hotels and restaurants. If you’re thinking of what you can do in El Tunco, then read my travel guide which includes a […]
You may have read my previous Guatemala travel guide outlining my itinerary for one to two months (I did two, more always works and is recommended!). So here is my second trip to Guatemala which was part of a whole Central America backpacking trip in summer 2014.
Costa Rica has become one of the top destinations for tourists from all over the world. Rightly so. That beautiful country in Central America has such variety on many levels and it will surely take your breath away more than once. Think rain forest and volcano hikes, Tarzan swings and bungee jumps, beaches and sunsets, […]
Life is good on Caye Caulker, so good. It’s slow, so incredibly relaxed. And happy. Friendly, warm life-loving people. Life is simple on Caye Caulker and I’m certain that’s the reason everyone is so positive, carefree and chilled. Caye Caulker is so Caribbean. We spent a week on the island and just loved the vibe. […]
If you’re a surfer, you’ve probably heard of that little gem El Tunco, a village a little less than an hour from El Salvador’s capital. While it has been a well-kept secret among surfers for many years, El Tunco is attracting more and more tourists, especially backpackers, nowadays. And rightly so! Here’s a travel guide and […]