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Hiking & Outdoors

Finca el Paraiso: Hot Spring Waterfall

Finca el Paraiso, the hot spring waterfall, is a must do when in Rio Dulce Town. Find out how to get there, secret spots, and how to avoid the entrance fee!

Nebaj to Acul Easy Self-Guided Hike

The Nebaj to Acul self-guided hike is a great one to give DIY Travel a try. It is easy, short, and gets you into nature. Are you ready to get started?

San Miguel, Guatemala: Flores Day Trip

San Miguel, Guatemala is an easy day trip from Flores. Find out how to visit the lookout tower to get a panoramic view of Flores and Peten Itza Lake.

Trekking in Hsipaw & Mystery of the Last Shan Prince

Learn about the royal mystery of the Last Shan Prince & his Austrian wife in the relaxed town of Hsipaw, before heading off on an easy trek around the surrounding villages & countryside.

La Ventosa: Exploring the Mayan-Mam Village

La Ventosa is the base town for hiking to La Torre, but also offers an interesting glimpse of rural life in the Guatemala Highlands. Take the time to explore the area before returning to Todos Santos Cuchumatan.

La Torre: Hike for Free Without a Tour

La Torre is a straightforward hike to Central America’s highest non-volcanic peak at 3,837 meters above sea level. Save your money and hike La Torre for free without a guide. We’ll show you how.

3 Day Trekking Tour from Kalaw to Inle Lake

3 days & 2 nights alongside patchwork farms, tribes & villages, rivers, jungle & a bamboo rocket competition… find out why the Kalaw to Inle Lake trek is the most popular hike in Myanmar.

Visit the Golden Rock on Mount Kyaiktiyo

The Golden Rock on Mount Kyaiktiyo is one of the most divided attractions in Myanmar – people either love it or hate it. We didn’t like it at first… find out how it won us over!

Volcan Santa Maria: Hiking Without a Tour

Volcan Santa Maria, with its perfect cone, can be seen from anywhere near Quetzaltenango (Xela). Find out how to hike to the top without a tour for only Q4 (USD$0.53).

Hierve el Agua: Petrified Waterfalls in Oaxaca

Hierve el Agua translates as ‘boiling water’, but the petrified waterfalls formed from natural springs appear frozen in time. Take a closer look and find out how to reach this remote location from Oaxaca without a tour.

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