Working as a reporter in Central America, I've gotten used to men asking if I'm married and offering unsolicited advice about how to live my life. While it's usually framed in some well-intentioned way, the subtext has been obvious: If you're a woman, you shouldn't be traveling alone.
From $6-a-night secrets to splurge-worthy resorts (and a few free urban oases), here’s where to escape the grind in a hammock.
I want to hike up a live— or at least dormant—volcano. Where can I go without getting scorched?
What's the best way to get to know a new city? Put on your sneakers and move.
I want to go on a road and mountain biking vacation in the tropics. What do you recommend?
Central America's best travel destinations
A plan to save Guatemala's Mayan cities with a park and a posh eco-lodge has enviros and locals boiling
Paddling among mangroves
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