The Colombian Amazon.

Where to Go in Colombia

Deciding where to go in Colombia is a challenge even for those who know exactly what they want from their travels: nightlife in Bogotá is vastly different from Cali when the sun goes down, and outdoor adventures along the Pacific Coast is not at all like those along the Caribbean. Here you’ll find general overviews of each region in Colombia to help plan where to spend your time.

A lantern illuminates a pen lying across a sheet of paper serving as a guest register.

Haunted San Diego

Everyone loves a good ghost story. San Diego’s claim to creepy fame is home to the “Most Haunted House in America”, but like any historic city, the shivers don’t stop there–a self-guided ghost tour of its creepiest locales is a great way to take in the sights and learn its history. From strange sightings to unexplained noises, here are the spooks and spirits, ghosts and ghouls of haunted San Diego.

Puerta del Diablo offers short but steep hikes that lead to spectacular views.

El Salvador Adventure for Outdoors Enthusiasts

The rugged, relatively unexplored landscape of El Salvador will keep outdoor enthusiasts happy with plenty of variety and adventure, from hiking through the steep tropical forest of Parque Nacional El Imposible to diving in crater lakes near the capital or surfing the warm waves on the coast.

Horseracing at Saratoga Springs, New York.

Where to Go in Hudson Valley and the Catskills

Each region in this area offers its own unique draw; some are cultural centers, some are prime destinations for outdoor adventure, and many combine the two. To help plan your trip, here are the highlights of where to go in Hudson Valley and the Catskills.

The arcade at Convent Santo Domingo in Oaxaca City.

Where to Go in Oaxaca

The best thing to do in Oaxaca is explore. The city of Oaxaca has a rich downtown area with plenty of architecture and handicrafts (a theme continued throughout the state) as well as galleries and museums. Outside the city, outdoor adventure and cultural immersion rule.

Experience the colonial charm of Suchitoto, El Salvador.

Where to Go in El Salvador

Though El Salvador is a small country, it’s hugely rich in history, culture, and nature. Each region has its own unique draw, such as the excellent surfing on the Pacific Coast or San Salvador’s museums, but wherever you go, you’ll find a little of everything.