Bogotá’s great food and art scene won’t put a big dent in your pocket, but it will leave a lasting impression on your heart. The city is perfect for those looking for a place packed with culture, cuisine, and cool people. Here’s a couple of notes from our trip to Colombia’s city in the mountains!
After exploring Rio for six days, this group of 14 great minds came together on the seventh day to link up with Project Favela, an NGO dedicated to changing lives through education, the arts, and mentoring. Check out the story of how the project came together and how you can help make a difference!
Learning a country's traditional recipes can be a great way to embrace the culture. We had a chance to take a cooking course at La Tortilla Cooking School in Antigua that taught us how to make some classic Guatemalan dishes and mixed history with some flavor.
While Antigua may be a haven for backpackers, there are several options for a relaxing stay that won’t have a hostel feel. During our time in the city, we stayed at the wonderful Hotel Casa Del Parque. Here's our review.
Climbing up Pacaya volcano is a must if you visit Antigua or Guatemala City. When we arrived in Guatemala and saw the volcano in the distance, we knew it was definitely something we had to do before leaving. Check out our experience on one of Guatemala's active volcanos!
While trekking through the streets of Antigua to catch the sights is a given, the best way to admire the beauty of Guatemala's former capital is through hanging out on some of its best rooftop bars and restaurants. Here are some rooftop spots we recommend for grabbing a drink and soaking up the city from a heightened perspective.