It is no secret for backpackers that Costa Rica is Central America’s most expensive country to travel to. After eating steak and lobster for every meal in Nicaragua, you’ll be heartbroken to find that you can hardly get a plate of nachos for $10 at your average Costa Rican restaurant. Why is Costa Rica so… Read More Costa Rica On A Backpacker’s Budget
Over the past three years, I’ve been to over thirty countries, but it was only recently that I started backpacking. I was in Colombia on my first solo travel trip where I was tagging along with some backpacker friends I made and I decided that my mini suitcase was going to have to go. In… Read More Is Backpacking Right For You?
Although it is one of Costa Rica’s smallest national parks, it is also one of their most visited. The park packs a lot of variety in such a small space. From jungles to wildlife to amazing beaches, Manuel Antonio is a top destination for anyone traveling to Costa Rica. It was even named by Forbes… Read More Manuel Antonio National Park Travel Guide
As I’m hanging out in the States while waiting for my passport and visas mailed back to me, all of my friends are going on their own summer adventures. From Spain to Iceland to Australia, the FOMO is real for me and for a lot of us that are stuck at home. Summers can be… Read More Five Summer Adventures You Don’t Even Have To Leave The U.S. For
From tree houses to caves, I found myself partying at a lot of interesting places while I was in Central America. However, the ridonculous Saturday night rave at an abandoned swimming pool just outside Antigua was the one where actual fun accompanied the sense of novelty and wonder. I arrived in Antigua on a Saturday, hearing… Read More Antigua’s Weird Rave At An Abandoned Swimming Pool
Guest Post by Josh Hobson For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to travel to the United States. Let’s face it, elements of the US are everywhere we look. We’ve been influenced by the United States in the United Kingdom for a while. In the last decade, the influence has grown somewhat… Read More Traveling To America, A Dream Come True, But…
Let me start this guide off with how serious you will need to be about hiking Acatenango. I was running low on time in Guatemala, and Sunday would have been the last possible day for me to camp at Acatenango overnight if I wanted to catch my flight out of Guatemala. I had my mind set on doing it,… Read More The Guide To Trekking Acatenango: Everything You’ll Need To Know