If India and Mexico made love, they could give birth to something beautiful! No doubt the newborn would dress colorfully and adorn its everyday things with vibrant tones. It would be saucy, spicy and topped with heaps of cilantro. Chances are it would also care a great deal about religion. … more »
From Mexico all the way down to Patagonia. That’s the plan and we want you to join us!
Go straight to a country of your choice or let us take you anywhere in Latin America with the stories below.
Driving Southern Chile and Argentina along the Carretera Austral and Ruta 40 was the most ambitious road-trip we’ve done until today! Reading Ashray’s article about this adventure, you can see that this journey took us to remote parts of South America. To enjoy the stunning landscapes of this corner of … more »
The Carretera Austral, also known as Chile’s Southern Highway is a 1240km long route that winds along through virgin prehistoric forests, torrential rivers, glaciers, and snow capped peaks! Argentina’s Ruta 40 or Route 40 is a long and almost straight road that runs the length of the country and ends … more »
When December arrives in the Northern Hemisphere, our imagination tends to be filled with images of snow, evenings by the fireplace and hot drinks in our hands. A rather stereotypical Christmas postcard, isn’t it? Winter in Costa Rica, on the other hand, means that you will be nice and toasty … more »
Today is Mother’s Day here in Guatemala. The atmosphere in the streets of Antigua is even a little more colorful than usual. There are people with flower arrangements in hand, folks printing photos of their Moms in mugs at the photo shop, and Moms hand in hand with kids getting … more »
Antigua is the most touristic spot in Guatemala. Apart from receiving a lot of short term visitors, the city is also a hot spot for expats, folks who wants to learn Spanish and digital nomads. Antigua is affordable by international standards, even though it is considerably pricier than the rest … more »
Around the Guatemalan city of Antigua, admiring volcanoes is one of the favorite tourist pastimes. For the more adventurous, climbing some of the them is also possible. Among the different volcano related activities offered in the former capital of Guatemala, hiking Pacaya Volcano is the most accessible one. Prices … more »
Guatemala is one of those countries that is severely underrated as a travel destination. We arrived here a few weeks ago and our experience here has been nothing short of mind blowing! After we got out of the fairly crazy Guatemala City we ended up in our AirBNB in Antigua. … more »
If art is about communication, it makes sense to take it to the streets so that it can reach the masses. That’s what street art is all about. But, in Chile, the Open Air Museum of San Miguel, Santiago is taking things to a whole new level! Mixart Cultural Centre … more »
It’s no secret that Indians have a hard time obtaining visas for travel. We have an entire section on Backpack ME dedicated to visas for Indians. Readers often come to this section to find information on how to handle the paperwork so that they can travel to their dream destinations. … more »