Caves In Phong Nha

Phong Nha is like Ha Long Bay on land! The endless limestone mountain peaks are truly a sight to see. Just riding a scooter around through the national park is an adventure on its own. However, Phong Nha is most famous for having hundreds of cave systems, including the worlds largest known cave, Hang Son Doong. Continue reading

What To Do In Lanquin, Guatemala – Visiting Semuc Champey and Other Adventurous Activities

A visit to Semuc Champey is a total must on your Guatemalan adventure! The beautiful limestone pools are one of a kind and an unforgettable experience as you get an amazing view from the lookout, and then get refreshed with a swim through them! Semuc Champey is situated in Lanquin, a town in the central highlands of Guatemala surrounded by mountains. Our experience in Lanquin was unforgettable as we feel we got to see a different side of Guatemala that we didn’t experience other places. Continue reading

Travelling Around Belize – A Backpacking Itinerary

An Itinerary For Backpacking Belize – Where To Visit and What To Do

Belize is an amazing country to travel offering plenty of adventurous opportunities. We could have easily spent more than 2 weeks that we did! Travelling around is super easy and basically everyone speaks english. With beautiful national parks and nature reserves, amazing reefs and marine life, and a culture rich in Maya history, Belize is a destination you will not want to miss! Continue reading

The Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave – The Most Epic Caving Adventure

The Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave – The Most Epic Caving Adventure

The Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Caves was the most epic adventure we could ask for! Beginning with a simple explanation as to how epic the adventure through the Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) caves were, we will start by saying that National Geographic named the ATM caves the most sacred cave in the world!  Not only that, the ATM cave is a mind blowing adventure as you walk, wade, and swim through the caves river, including some tight spaces, and very large areas.  You get to observe all the different formations in the cave including flowstone, stalactites, stalagmites, etc.  Along the way you learn so much history of the mayan culture back thousands of years ago. Continue reading