Have you ever found yourself wondering about UNESCO World Heritage Sites? Us to! Were breaking down everything UNESCO and sharing our favorite World Heritage Sites around the globe.Read More
Wind in your face as you sail over turquoise Caribbean waters; days filled with swimming, white sand beaches, and fresh-caught seafood. This is Belize. After three days of sailing in Belize, this magical country stole my heart. Treat yourself to a Caribbean vacation, including three liberating days sailing Belize.Read More
Bocas del Toro, Panama is a heaven on Earth with white sand beaches and iconic turquoise waters that the Caribbean is famous for. Be transported to this magical collection of islands and discover the best beaches of Bocas del Toro, Panama.Read More
Do you like beaches? What about delicious, fresh seafood? Reggae music? Caribbean chill vibes? If you answered yes to more than one of those, then I think you will love Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. In fact, it was the only place in Costa Rica in which I extended my stay!Read More
Any idea on how many national parks there are in Costa Rica?
Don't let this small nation fool you. Costa Rica is home to a variety of landscapes. In fact, with over over 615 wildlife species per 10,000 sq km, Costa Rica sits atop of the list as the most bio-diverse region of the world!Read More
After three months of traveling through Central America, I was happy to find a place in Costa Rica that still felt rugged, untouched and beautifully authentic, making Tenorio one of Stephanie's favorite places in Costa Rica. See 17 photos why we love Tenorio, Costa Rica.Read More
Atop a platform, hundreds of feet in the air, the rainforest valley beneath you. Catapulted to the other side; frightened and exhilarated. Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica is a world-renowned zip line & canopy tour destination. Explore the stunning jungle scenery and thrilling heights of ziplining in Costa Rica.Picture lush valleys, green as far as the eye can see. Trees all around you so thick that you can feel the cool dampness radiate from the branches and leaves.Read More
The first time I went river rafting, I was probably 9. It was in Lake Tahoe, and I was more of a raft ornament than a proper and productive paddler.
The first time I went river rafting that I actually remember was in Glacier National Park, Montana. It was one of those moments that you try something for the first time and love it so much you can’t seem to stop grinning with pleasure, wondering “why haven’t I tried this sooner?”
So I could barely contain my excitement for river rafting in Costa Rica with my family.Read More
The reputation of Ojo de Agua in Ometepe, Nicaragua preceded itself.
I had heard a lot about this natural pool; its’ stunning natural landscape, cool waters, rope swing, and infamous Coco Loco cocktails. This was high on my list of things to do in Ometepe, Nicaragua.Read More