One of my favourite activities on a month long trip to Mexico was swimming in the cenotes. Cenotes are sinkholes filled with water making for a beautiful underground swimming hole. The limestone rich ground collapsed forming a hole, which was then filled with mineral rich, crystal clear water. The cenotes were particularly important to the…
Bolivia’s famous Salar de Uyuni tour is so much more than just funny photos on the salt flats. It’s also active volcanoes, flocks of flamingos, steaming geysers, vibrant sunsets, colourful lakes and a whole lot of desert.
From Mayan ruins, to volcanoes, to beautiful colonial cities, you’re sure to be impressed by what Guatemala has to offer.
Chile’s W Trek is famous among outdoor lovers. Here’s 10 reasons why you should add the trek to your travel bucket list.
San Pedro de Atacama is surrounded by desert, lunar-like landscapes, massive volcanoes, lagoons, geysers and even salt flats – making it the perfect playground for adventurous travellers.
Patagonia is filled with snow-capped mountains, sparkling blue lakes, imposing glaciers and pretty meadows – and the best way to explore the region is by pulling on your hiking boots!
Volcano hikes, swimming in a volcanic crater, canyoning, waterfall rappelling, mountain biking, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking and whitewater rafting are among the activities on offer from La Fortuna.