The Ultimate Guide to Backpacking Colombia

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Twenty years ago, few would dare to venture into Colombia without good reason – very good reason. Even fewer would consider it a holiday destination. Even a decade ago it seemed only the brave ventured within its borders. Now, things are changing – and fast. With arms wide open, in less than ten years, Colombia has quickly risen to one of the top travel destinations on earth. Now more than ever before is the time to put this stunning nation …

A Budget Guide to El Tunco, El Salvador

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El Tunco is a once-sleepy coastal village that has quickly risen in popularity among the backpacker community. There is really only two roads, both full of restaurants, hostels, hotels, and clothing stores. El Salvador is quickly rising as one of the worlds top budget destinations, now is the time to visit! A Budget Guide to El Tunco The two biggest draws to El Tunco are surfing and the nightlife. El Salvador overall is recognized worldwide as one of the best …

What to Do in San Pedro, Lake Atitlan

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While we only spent a week in San Pedro, we fell in love immediately. The time flew by, but it’s definitely high on our list of places to revisit! From Panajachel, ferries run frequently throughout the day and cost Q25 to reach San Pedro. Do yourself a favour and leave earlier in the day, the water becomes quite choppy around mid-day and makes for a rather uncomfortable ride. What to Do One of the biggest draws to town are the …