Volcano Boarding in Cerro Negro Guest post by Claudia Tavani * I had never seen a volcano before until I travelled to Central America for the first time. Yes, there are many in southern Italy – but none in Sardinia, where I live.
As you could imagine, I was really excited to find myself in Nicaragua, internationally known as “the land of lakes and volcanoes”. Indeed, there are 19 volcanoes in Nicaragua, most
… Hiking and Volcano Boarding in Nicaragua
Guest Post: Hiking Peru Sam, a native of London, has been living a semi-nomadic life for the last four years, teaching English around Europe and travelling to Asia and the Middle East. Finally, after seven years together, his partner Zab joined him and they left on one-way tickets to Buenos Aires in January 2013. You can follow their journey on their blog Indefinite Adventure. Hiking Colca Canyon, Peru Despite being more than twice as deep
… Hiking Peru the Easy Hiker Way
Guest Post: Hiking in Patagonia Sam, a native of London, has been living a semi-nomadic life for the last four years, teaching English around Europe and travelling to Asia and the Middle East. Finally, after seven years together, his partner Zab joined him and they left on one-way tickets to Buenos Aires in January 2013. You can follow their journey on their blog Indefinite Adventure. Easy Hiking in El Chalten Tucked away just past the
… El Chalten – Easy Hikers’ Paradise in Patagonia
Guest Post: Hiking in Chile Julia Chan has just returned from the adventure of her life, travelling around South America, the South Pacific and South East Asia for 12 months with boyfriend John. Read more about her adventures in her blog A Chinese Nomad. Hiking the Villarica Volcano in Pucon Chile
Last year my boyfriend and I had the pleasure of backpacking for a year around 3 continents. The start of our trip
… Climbing Up the Villarrica Volcano in Pucon Chile
Guest Post: Hiking in Brazil An Adventure Hike for Beginners To pull off this adventure hike for beginners to Tabuleiro in Minas Gerais, you’ll need good hiking shoes and a good physical condition. At some places, you will need to use hands and feet to get over rocks, or just to keep your balance and not slide down, which would land you in the hospital, or worse…
In the dry season (June – October)
… A Real Adventure Hike For Beginners
Guest Post: Hiking in Brazil
The “pico da Tijuca” (alt. 1021 m) is the highest point of the Floresta da Tijuca (Tijuca Forest) and one of the highest points in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Hiking In Rio De Janeiro
From the top, you have a marvelous view over most of Rio’s “Zona Norte”, “Zona Sul”, with the famous beaches of Ipanema and Leblon, as well as the city
… Have Rio De Janeiro At Your Feet At The Pico Da Tijuca
Guest Post: Hiking in Latin America
Marina Villatoro’s favourite easy hiking trail will justify bringing out that Indiana Jones whip and certainly the hat. An easy hiking adventure for beginners.
Hiking in Guatemala Tikal is the place for adventurous hiking in Guatemala. Its trails lead you through the jungle in your search for ancient Mayan temples. It is one of the largest Mayan archaeological sites ever found and Guatemala’s first and most popular
… Hiking In Guatemala In Search Of Ancient Mayan Temples
Guest Post – Hiking in Latin America by Nathan Strebel
The Dominican Republic may seem like an unlikely place to go on a hiking holiday. After all, it’s a destination best known for the ever popular beach holiday, and of course, weddings.
Hiking in the Dominican Republic
But beyond the perfect sandy beaches, and the ever occurring nuptials, lies a landscape that is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but also extremely versatile
… Discover Hiking In The Dominican Republic