Plaza de Recreo Cristóbal Colón, Guayama's central plaza. Photo © Suzanne Van Atten.

Sights in Guayama, Puerto Rico

Guayama features a lovely central plaza distinguished by rows of unique umbrella-shaped trees and examples of some truly beautiful architecture. Time your visit for one of the town’s yearly festivals and events or simply stop by any time to see these incredible architectural designs and tour the museums.

Picturesque and peaceful Savannah Bay in Virgin Gorda. Photo © Susanna Henighan Potter.

Planning a Trip to Virgin Gorda

Virgin Gorda is a spectacularly beautiful island. The third largest of the British Virgins and the second most populated, Virgin Gorda is home to exquisite beaches, remarkable vistas, and quiet upscale resorts. Here’s how to plan a visit, from tips on planning your time and day trips to where to stay.

Traffic around Mall San Pedro in San José.

Getting Around San José, Costa Rica

Getting around San José is very easy if you’re in the know and extremely frustrating if you aren’t. Expert author Christopher P. Baker is here everything you need to know for getting around by rental car, bus, train, and taxi, from avoiding rush hour fines and overpaying on fares to bus routes and taxi regulations.

A bird's-eye view of Puerto Nariño. Photo © Andrew Dier.

Things to Do and See in Puerto Nariño, Colombia

In idyllic Puerto Nariño, there are no roads and no motorized vehicles whatsoever; this town was named the first tourism sustainable town in Colombia. As you stroll palm-lined sidewalks to see the sights, you’ll find Puerto Nariño so peaceful you’ll probably want to linger a while.

Motorbikes are the most common form of transportation in Vietnam. Photo © Dana Filek-Gibson.

Taking a Xe Om in Vietnam

Xe om (motorbike taxis) are a popular and inexpensive means of transportation used throughout Vietnam. Before you hop on, read expert author Dana Filek-Gibson’s advice on fares, local customs, and staying safe.

Rio Aluminé flows past rocky hillsides covered with pine trees.

Visit Junín de los Andes in Northern Patagonia

Styling itself Neuquén’s “trout capital,” Junín also provides the best access to the central sector of Parque Nacional Lanín, which takes its name from the symmetrical cone along the Chilean border. Here are the sights to see and things to do–heavy on sports and recreation–and trip planning tips.

A classic Chevrolet taxi parked in the Plaza de la Revolución in Havana, Cuba.

Catching a Cab in Cuba

Catching a cab in Cuba is fairly straightforward while at the same time a little confusing for the unprepared–there are a lot more options than flagging down a familiar yellow car! Here are all your options, from traditional cab to hiring a vintage car to bici-taxis to horse-drawn coaches, along with fares and tips for getting around.

A 5mph speed limit sign warns of a twisty road ahead on Moloka‘i.

Getting Around Moloka‘i

Getting around Moloka‘i is fairly easy and convenient thanks to the handful of options that cater both to independent drivers and those who like for someone else to take the wheel. Here’s where to go to get you where you want to go.