Ecuador has for a while been presenting itself as a eco tourism hotspot. There are eco lodges in most towns, recycling seems to be more present than even in many cities in the UK and tour groups offer eco packages to the country. However, what does a property need to do to call itself 'eco … Continue reading Rio Muchacho Organic Farm- Ecuador’s Authentic Eco Tourism Experience
Banos is famous for it's outdoor activities, swimming in the thermal spas, mountain biking, hiking trails and waterfalls, but probably it's most famous attraction for backpackers is Casa del Arbol; the treehouse with it's swing on the edge of the world. It's technically only a few km from the centre of Banos but the surrounding … Continue reading Visiting Casa del Arbol – Banos
Casa en el Agua has quickly become one of the most famous hostels in the world. It's an eco hostel, completely surrounded by water in the middle of the Caribbean sea. Two hours from Cartagena by boat are the ever beautiful San Bernardo Islands, an archipelago of 9 coastal coral and one artificial island, with the … Continue reading Casa en el Agua – The coolest hostel in the world?
Santa Teresa is an area of Rio de Janeiro, high up on the hill tops with incredible views over the city. It's a bohemian district, full of street art, cool shops, independent clothes boutiques and some fantastic restaurants. It's also linked well to other districts with the famous tram, as well as being an easy … Continue reading Casa Cool Beans – Santa Teresa
5. Arequipa central market - Arequipa is often only glanced over by tourists visiting the surrounding hiking trails and volcanoes, but in the city itself are a number of fascinating places to visit. My favourite thing about the city was the colourful and bustling market occupying the large central square. It's not massively highlighted in … Continue reading Top 5 places to visit in Peru