Tasting authentic Mexican street food, exploring ancient Mayan ruins, relaxing by wild beaches and sampling tequila and mezcal where it's made is something you must do once in your lifetime. Mexico is a treasure trove of hidden (and not so hidden) gems that will have you wanting to stay longer than you might think.
Did you know Mexico is rich in beautiful, crystal clear swimming holes? Known as cenotes, these unique swimming holes are sure to be a highlight of your Mexican adventure.
From Mayan ruins, to volcanoes, to beautiful colonial cities, you’re sure to be impressed by what Guatemala has to offer.
Floating in a mud bath inside a volcano would have to be one of my most random travel experiences. But also one of my favourite travel experiences – I don’t think I stopped laughing the whole time I was in the mud bath.
While on a tour along the Caribbean coast of Colombia, our guide recommended we visit the Volcan de Totumo (Totumo Volcano) – a 15 metre mud volcano about 45 minutes outside of Cartagena.
When you reach the volcano, you’ll wonder if you’re in the right place and may think you’ve been tourist trapped.
Meet Fanni Bartanics. Together with her travel buddy Suzy, Fanni is currently on an inspiring trip through Central America. Over the past few months, she has hitchhiked her way across Central America. Her travel blog My Seven Worlds aims to inspire, motivate and educate fellow adventurers about the world of travel and uncover the inner workings of why we travel and how it makes us who we are. Here she shares her tips on hitchhiking through Central America.
Travel doesn’t have to be expensive. With a little patience and flexibility, hitchhiking from place to place is a viable option.