Top things to do in the capital of El Salvador, San Salvador.
El Paredon is a small coastal surfer village, down the coast from Montericco; it's bigger more developed brother. It has a laid back vibe, with relaxed travellers visiting to surf, explore the local area and meet new friends. How to get to El Peredon from Antigua There are shuttles leaving from many hostels in Antigua … Continue reading El Paredon -What to do & where to stay
Santa Rosa de Copan is great for foodies. It has a huge choice of cuisines from street food options right up to romantic steak houses and restaurants with food so good that orders come in from all over Honduras. It also has a lively nightlife with a number of cocktail bars and clubs to choose … Continue reading Top places to eat & drink | Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras
1. It's a great introduction to Honduras It's often overlooked by tourists rushing to Copan Ruinas meaning that it's less touristy and feels like a very authentic Honduran experience. Only a couple of hours from the Salvadorean border and well located on the way to both San Pedro Sula and other major destinations, … Continue reading 10 reasons to visit Santa Rosa de Copan | Honduras
The Ruta de las Flores is a picturesque area in El Salvador, popular for spending a few days exploring the small towns and villages that make up the route, hiking, visiting markets and generally having a nice laid back time. Below you'll find some top suggestions for what to do in the area. My … Continue reading Top things to do in Ruta de las Flores, El Salvador
How to get from Bocas Del Toro, Panama to Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica Option A) Take a transfer - The more expensive option but easier for more nervous travellers or those not on a budget. Most of the shops in Bocas Town offer tranfers to Sixaola for around $25 per person. This doesn't include any … Continue reading How to get from Bocas Del Toro, Panama to Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica
Cahuita National Park next to the beach town of Cahuita is a popular park with some great hiking trails and a lovely curve of beach usually great for swimming. Cost - Free It's one of the only national parks in the country that is free to enter, but donations are encouraged. Most people seemed to … Continue reading Visiting Cahuita National Park | Costa Rica