Santorini is one of the Greek Cyclades islands and it is truly a magical place. It’s no wonder it is considered to be the most sought after destination for a romantic getaway. There’s not many places in the world where you can watch the sunset while perched on the […]
Iceland is a country of approximately 334,000 people, making it the most sparsely populated country in Europe. Two thirds of the population lives in the capital city of Reykjavik and this is where most of the tourists visit as well. In recent years, and with increased tourism, Reykjavik has seen […]
Is Exploring the World’s Largest Cave on Your Bucket List?
The world’s largest cave can be found in Vietnam. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, the remarkable Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park contains the oldest karst mountains in Asia, formed approximately 400 million years […]
Are you thinking about a trip to Cuba?
Here is everything you need to know about travel to Cuba from the US. In June 2019, the Trump Administration announced new rules governing travel to Cuba from the US. So what does this mean for US citizens and residents who […]
Whitewater rafting is a lot of fun but can be dangerous. Of course, we only work with reputable outfitters and highly experienced guides, but if you are new to whitewater rafting, it’s important that you have an understanding about the rating system (International Scale of River Difficulty), where whitewater […]
The rainy season (or “green season”) in Costa Rica is from May to mid-November in most of the country and this is a great time to visit! Costa Rica is home to dozens of micro-climates, which offer pockets of sunshine even during the rainiest of months. You’ll typically have sun […]
Eating is a big part of traveling. In Cuba, the cuisine is a blend of Spanish, African, and other Caribbean cuisines. Cuban food is typically very meat-centric. However, there is also a focus on tropical fruits like plantains and guava. If you’re heading to Cuba, here’s a list of some […]
In the US, we’re used to a Cuban sandwich having ham, pickles and cheese. Well my friends, I hate to inform you… this is all wrong! The traditional sandwich starts with the Cuban bread. The loaf is sliced into lengths of 8-12 inches, lightly buttered on the crust, and cut […]
Hiking the Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is on every hiker’s bucket list, but should you do it? Access to the 4-day Inca Trail is limited to 500 people per day, including the staff. For this reason, the number of available spaces available is 40% of the total number […]