Want to have fun, learn new skills in the kitchen & sit down to a 6 course Guatemalan feast?! Sign up for a cooking class with El Frijol Feliz in Antigua, Guatemala!
Casa Cristina is the perfect base for exploring Antigua – with charming rooms, free breakfast, stunning rooftop views & affordable prices, there’s no better deal in town!
View the Northern Lights in Tromsø by night & explore its museums & churches by day – find out the top 10 free & affordable things to see & do in the “Gateway to the Arctic!”
Quirigua receives a lot less fanfare than Guatemala’s other UNESCO listed ruins, Tikal. The highlights are the zoomorphs and stelae, including the tallest in the world at 10.6 meters! Find out what is carved on each inside.
Solola is home to ‘Space Cowboys’, one of a few Guatemalan villages where men still wear traditional clothing. Come explore the town with us during their overflowing weekly market.
The Peace Project combines a budget hostel & NGO with proceeds benefiting the local community so everyone wins! Find out all the amenities on offer & how you can get involved.
Tikal is different than other Maya ruins nearby. They combine accessibility, partially restored temples, and a jungle environment perfectly. Find out what makes Tikal Guatemala’s must see Maya ruins.
Beaches, islands, volcanoes, temples & rice terraces… with so much to see & do on Bali & Lombok, find out the top 5 destinations not to be missed!
Java is the most populous island in the world, home to magnificent volcanoes, temples & cities – in a whirlwind 5-7 days, you can experience some of the very sights in Indonesia!
El Mirador is a lost Mayan city in the jungles of Peten, Guatemala. Visiting is a highlight for many, but should you go, and can you do it without a tour? Find out inside.