Santa Ana, El Salvador has an excellent central plaza, but is best used as a base for exploring Lago de Coatepeque, Volcan Santa Ana, Volcan Izalco, and Cerro Verde. Find out where to stay, eat, & how to get around.
Ataco is the best base for exploring Ruta de las Flores. Other villages start to fade mid-afternoon, while Ataco’s restaurant and bar scene are just getting started.
Juayua is the most popular village on Ruta de las Flores with their weekly food fair. Los Chorros de Calera is also a fun swimming hole just outside town. Find out what is on the menu inside.
Ahuachapan is a pleasant intro to El Salvador, and home to Los Ausoles geysers. Find out how this Ruta de las Flores endpoint powers the country.
Livingston is either your first or last destination in Guatemala. Clear immigration, and start soaking up the local Garifuna culture. Find out all the basics inside!
If you’re on a budget, there’s not much to see & do in Playa del Carmen – but if you find yourself here, soak in the ultra-chic vibe & check out our tips to see you through!
To all independent travellers, give Cancun a chance! We share with you the best beaches & more in our Budget Travel Guide!
San Juan La Laguna sits under the ‘nose’ of the popular Indian Nose hike on the northwest shore of Lake Atitlan. Find out how this weaving village creates a vibe of their own.
No one has visited Rio Dulce Town, and stayed longer than absolutely needed. Come see Castillo de San Felipe, Finca El Paraiso, and El Golfete by boat before moving on. Find out how to make this transit town bearable.
San Marcos La Laguna has seen the end of ‘free love’ with the emergence of a new class of commercialized hippies. Find out what spiritual retreats and other seminars are on offer?