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Acatenango Hike: The Most Epic Trail in Guatemala

The Acatenango hike is inarguably one of the best treks in Guatemala—and arguably, the planet! On this incredible trail, you’ll hike up a 13,000 foot active volcano and watch the neighboring Fuego Volcano spew molten lava into the air every 15 to 20 minutes. And yes, it’s truly as insane as it sounds! 

It’s also not exactly a trail that you should just stroll up to and casually start climbing. Between the summit’s staggering elevation, the challenging terrain, and precarious weather conditions, there’s a LOT to know before hitting the old dusty trail and checking this awesome hike off your bucket list. So here’s everything you need to know about the Acatenango hike, the most epic trail in Guatemala.

Indian Nose Hike: The Best Hike in Lake Atitlan

Lake Atitlan, Guatemala is known for its jaw-dropping natural beauty, with its deep blue waters that sit in a bowl of lush mountains and volcanoes. But if you want to see the most breathtaking views of the lake, head to the summit of Indian Nose, a mountain peak that towers at a whopping 9,393 feet tall and offers jaw-dropping views of the sprawling lake and the towns that dot its shores. Here’s everything you need to know about hiking to Indian Nose, the best hike in Lake Atitlan.

16 Best Beaches in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is an outdoor lover’s dream come true, with impossibly green rainforests, steaming hot springs, and pristine beaches. In fact, Costa Rica boasts a whopping 800 miles of coastline, offering everything from miles and miles of soft white shores and rocky beaches in secluded coves to jet black volcanic sand, surrounded by lush jungle. But with so many options to choose from, it can be a bit overwhelming to know where to go if you’re trying to plan a tropical getaway here. Regardless of what you’re looking for, we got you covered- here’s everything you need to know about the 16 best beaches in Costa Rica.

Visiting Hobbitenango in Guatemala: Everything You Need to Know

If you’re planning a trip to Guatemala, you may have stumbled upon Hobbitenango, a hobbit-themed eco-park that’s nestled high in the mountains outside the charming city of Antigua. But what exactly is Hobbitenango—and is it worth the visit? My husband, Justin, and I recently visited—and even stayed overnight at—this quirky attraction and are spilling the beans about everything you need to know about Hobbitenango, the most unique park in Guatemala. 

16 Amazing Places to Visit in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is renowned as being one of the most beautiful countries on the planet, with dense rainforests, towering waterfalls, steaming volcanoes, and pristine beaches. But with so many amazing spots to explore within its 19,700 square mile footprint, it’s hard to know where to spend your precious time in this lush paradise. But fear not—whether you’re hoping to unplug and soak up the sun on a remote beach or partake in the country’s famed adrenaline-pumping activities, we’ve rounded up 16 incredible places to visit in Costa Rica so that you can plan your perfect tropical getaway. 

The Ultimate Yucatan Road Trip Itinerary

The Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico is a treasure trove of incredible destinations, with a perfect mix of colorful towns, pristine beaches, ancient Mayan ruins, and otherworldly cenotes. There’s a LOT to see here—so much so that you’re definitely not going to be able to squeeze EVERYTHING into one vacation. 

However, the best way to experience TONS of things in one short period of time is by road tripping around the Yucatan. Here’s the perfect Yucatan road trip itinerary, including everything you need to know to make your time as epic as possible.

Cenote Calavera: Tulum’s Temple of Doom Cenote

Tulum, in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, is known for its pristine beaches, lively nightlife, and plethora of otherworldly cenotes. Cenote Calavera is one of its most bucket list-worthy swimming holes, with tons of options for adventurous travelers to jump into its cool waters—plus it’s a bit more under-the-radar than some of Tulum’s most popular cenotes, meaning you’re more likely to enjoy it without as many crowds. Here’s everything you need to know about Cenote Calavera, the best cenote in Tulum for thrill seekers. 

The Ultimate Costa Rica Itinerary for 5 Days: Everything You Need to Know

Heading to Costa Rica, but short on time? Even with just a handful of days, you can still pack in a lot of punch in this incredible country, thanks to its steaming volcanoes, stunning beaches, and wildlife galore. 

Here’s the ultimate Costa Rica itinerary for 5 days, including where to stay and how to get around, so you can make the most of your time in this tropical paradise.

9 Awesome Sayulita Tours [2024]

Sayulita is a sleepy beach town along the Pacific coastline, known for its colorful streets, bustling nightlife, and laid back surfer vibes. It’s the perfect destination for a beach getaway—but there’s plenty of other activities here, other than soaking up the sun, from visiting the so-called “Galapagos Islands” of Mexico to ATVing through the jungle! Here’s 9 of the best Sayulita tours offering some serious adventures in this vibrant corner of Mexico!

5 Awesome Yelapa Tours from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

If you’re looking for an off-the-beaten-path day trip from Puerto Vallarta, consider visiting the teeny fishing village of Yelapa. The colorful town is known for its rushing waterfalls, pristine beaches, and laid back vibes and offers a totally different perspective of Mexico than Puerto Vallarta’s glitzy beach resorts. If you want to get a glimpse into small town life in Mexico—and enjoy some killer beach time, here’s 5 of the best Yelapa tours from Puerto Vallarta. 

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