Sri Lanka. Miles long white beaches, grass green tea plantations, breath-taking temples, rough shores and exotic fruits in the tropical heat. Coming home after three weeks backpacking in Sri Lanka, people we talked to asked about the “favorite things” and our highlights. The highlight of Sri Lanka is its diversity. It’s crowded, it is empty, it’s hectic and it is deeply relaxing but backpacking in Sri Lanka always an adventure.
The country of Maya ruins, Mezcal and spicy Tacos is incredible. We ate delicious tacos stuffed with fresh avocado, surfed the waves in Puerto Escondido and explored the country with its spanish-speaking, indigenous inhabitants while Backpacking in Mexico.
This article is written by Joshan. At the beginning of the year, Joshan visited the country of Mount Everest, his homeland, with a couple of friends and shares his experiences and valuable tips on wavesnbackpack about backpacking in Nepal.
Our two-month trip started in Mexico City. It is a huge city, with nice areas but a lot of traffic. We worked quite a lot in Mexico City, drove a lot with Uber’s and enjoyed good coffee, great food and more food. The following Mexico City travel guide will help you while preparing your trip and will give you some recommendations while you are staying in the metropolis. The travel guide will quickly discuss security, flights to Mexico City, some good restaurants and places to stay. By the way: We really liked Mexico City!
You are started planning your next trip? And somehow you feel that you would like to have central American soil beneath your feet? Mexico, Belize, Guatemala or Nicaragua, Costa Rica or Panama? Burritos, Tacos or Rice and Beans? If you think about What?, Where?, How?, When? or you just booked your flights and you now start with preparations for backpacking in central America, then the following blog post will help you. In the following post, we want to share some ideas, that will help you to prepare everything properly.
This guest post is written by Pierce. Julian met him in Dublin during his postgrad and spent some nights talking about past travel adventures and upcoming plans. After being in Dublin for one year Pierce moved to Brazil for a while and is now living in China, exploring Asia. In this post, he shares his impressions of one-week backpacking Philippines.