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 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
Discovered only in 2004, Somoto Canyon is one of Nicaragua’s best off the beaten path and thrilling adventures. Boldly hike through unpaved terrain, with many tempting opportunities for cliff jumping and swimming in the cool waters. Wildly memorable and worth a visit. Travel to Nicaragua.Read More
Nicaragua is called “The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes” and Granada, Nicaragua is a prime example of why. From boating the Islets of Granada and swimming in the Crater Lake, to viewing lava in an active volcano, here are five things to do in Granada, Nicaragua.Read More
The Cathedral of Leon, Nicaragua is the largest Cathedral in Central America, and one of the most well known in the Americas for it's distinct architecture and cultural importance. A visit to this majestic and swoon-worthy rooftop is a must!Read More
El Tunco has a reputation for being a party town, however it’s probably different than you imagine.
In addition to enjoying a good time with locals and other travelers, El Tunco is a great place to surf, relax on the beach or pool, enjoy spectacular sunsets, delight in famous pupusas, do yoga, go for a hike and much more.Read More
I'll be the first to admit, El Salvador does not have a good or safe reputation, except from the people I’ve met traveling through Central America. Because of this, I decided that I would stop in El Salvador for a couple nights to check it out for myself.
After considering several options for where to stay, I decide on El Tunco, even though it’s a “party town” because it’s logistically the easiest beach town to get to in El Salvador. But is El Tunco really a party town that should be avoided?Read More
After the colorful Spanish colonial architecture and ruins, the first thing I noticed about Antigua was it's plethora of cafes. Modern, trendy, hip cafes serving up delicious food and coffee sprinkled throughout the historic city!Read More
Immediately upon arriving in Antigua Guatemala, I was smitten with it's old world charm. The buildings are Spanish colonial, the streets are still made of cobblestone, and ruins are sprinkled throughout the city. There's nothing I recommend more than wandering through the streets of Antigua, gawking at the lovely buildings .Read More