Plan a Trip to the Azuero Peninsula

The Azuero Peninsula feels isolated from modern Panama, frozen in an idyllic past, and there’s lots of charm and natural beauty left. Learn more about Panama’s heartland and its history.

Trip Planning: Guatemala’s Pacific Coast

Learn about the beaches, seaside towns, sights, and more located along Guatemala’s Pacific coast, a region that is experiencing growth after years of having been overlooked by the tourism industry.

The Colonial Charm of Granada, Nicaragua

Arguably Nicaragua’s most picturesque town, Granada is an easy place to love. If the large businesses and the international airport aren’t keeping you in Managua, Granada is a handsome alternative hub for travel within the country.

Belize’s Northern Cayes

The Northern Cayes are the crown jewels of Belize’s tourist attractions. They have the most experience catering to visitors, have developed several different scenes between them, and continue to be the most popular destinations in the country.

Cross-Country Adventures via RV, Part 2

In Laura’s last article, she introduced readers to Phil Bryant, a technical shift lead for a major electric utility, who recently experienced an eye-opening RV adventure with his family. Continuing in this segment, is Laura’s interview of Phil recalling his family’s memorable three-week journey.

Planning a Trip to Alaska: Where and When to Go

Independent travelers have a slightly more difficult time arranging a trip to Alaska, but they will be rewarded a hundredfold with a more authentic experience. With the right planning, an Alaskan adventure can be the trip of a lifetime.

The 21-Day Best of Brazil

Three weeks is probably the minimum amount of time required to get a quick sampling of some of Brazil’s most noteworthy attractions, landscapes, and cultures. Considering the country’s sheer size and diversity, and the distances and travel time involved, this itinerary is very selective. After all, the goal is to enjoy your time, not to exhaust yourself, and many of Brazil’s destinations involve some sort of relaxation.

Trekking in Peru: Planning and Making a Trek

Peru is one of the world’s top trekking destinations, and the Inca Trail is Peru’s number one trek. Authors Ross and Renée give readers an overview of how to plan trekking the Inca Trail as well as other routes, plus tips on when to go and how long it takes to acclimatize.