La Ventosa, Guatemala is the base town for hiking to La Torre in the Cuchumatanes mountains – see why you should also take the time to explore this interesting rural village near Todos Santos.
lHiking in the Cuchumatanes Mountains will take you across the highest non-volcanic ranges in Central America – find out how to hike to the peak at La Torre without a guide.
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.
With its perfect cone, Santa Maria volcano can be seen from anywhere near Quetzaltenango – find out how to hike Volcan Santa Maria without a tour for less than $1!
These petrified waterfalls are a unique natural phenomenon formed by natural springs – take a close look and find out how to get to Hierve el Agua from Oaxaca City without a tour.
Laguna Chicabal is an easy volcano to climb in preparation for Volcan Santa Maria. With a lake inside its crater, find out if it deserves to be #1 on TripAdvisor’s list of Things to Do in Quetzaltenango.
What do you get if you cross The Flintstones with Jurassic Park? Cavemen alongside dinosaurs at Valle de la Prehistoria! Only in Cuba! Join us in Parque Baconao for a ton of fun & laughter!
The beautiful natural pools of central Guatemala are fast becoming the must-see hotspot in Guatemala – find out how to visit Semuc Champey without a tour & why it’s definitely worth the trip!
You can hike Parque Nacional Vinales with a guide or trek on horseback but we will show you how to follow the Coco Solo & Palmarito Mogotes trail independently, on your own 2 feet!