Tajumulco, at 13,845 ft (4220 m) is the highest mountain in Guatemala and Central America. The high altitude hike offers fantastic views across the surrounding landscape, the chance to witness a spectacular sunrise, and a deep, dramatic volcanic crater.
The Cementerio de Los Ilustres in downtown San Salvador is the final resting place for many of El Salvador’s political and cultural elite.
The Fimmvörðuháls Pass is one of Iceland’s most famous hikes, starting in Þórsmörk and running between the Eyjafjallajökull and Mýrdalsjökull glaciers.
Angels Landing is one of the most popular trails in Zion National Park, famous for its vertigo-inducing drops. Although not a physically demanding hike…
Celaque National Park is home to Honduras’ highest peak, Cerro Las Minas. At a height of 2,870 metres the summit can be reached on a two or three day hike.
In the early hours of 26 April 1986, the world’s worst nuclear disaster occurred when a botched experiment caused an explosion that destroyed reactor number 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine…
Perquin offers several small tourist attractions plus some short hiking routes with spectacular views where you are virtually guaranteed peace and solitude.
The Manuel Antonio Butterfly Garden can be visited during the day to view Costa Rica’s butterfly species, or after dark to see amazing jungle night life.
Acatenango volcano (13045 ft / 3976m) is the third highest peak in Guatemala. It is one of three volcanoes overlooking Antigua, Guatemala, and is joined to its nearest neighbour – Volcan Fuego (Fire Volcano) by a short saddle.
The last day of the Torres del Paine trek is an easy hike back to Las Torres, from where buses to Puerto Natales can be found. Back to civilization.