Close to Antigua, a little over an hour’s drive away depending on the traffic, is the less physically imposing but still pretty cool Volcan Pacaya.… Read More Hiking Volcan Pacaya near Antigua, Guatemala
Snow-capped mountains, dense jungles, thousands of miles of beautiful ocean coastline, delicious food, and hordes of alpacas. Peru is one of my favorite countries. Of all my backpacking trips, my time spent in Peru still ranks at the top. Backpacking in Peru is fantastic not only because of how incredible the country is, but also… Read More Quick Guide For Backpackers Going To Peru
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
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
Without a doubt, Peru is one of the dopest countries I have ever been to. Why? Well they have these fluffy cloud looking animals called alpacas and honestly, just the fact that you’ll see them roaming around everywhere should be reason enough for you to go. Still not sold? If you’re not as easy to… Read More Thinking About Going To Peru? Just Go.