The Namib-Skeleton National Park covers the entire coast of Namibia, stretching 1579km from Ugab River in the south to the border of Angola in the north, aptly named for the countless shipwrecks hidden along it's seemingly endless coast. You'll also find relentless sand dunes, cute little German towns and one of the world's largest Cape Fur seal colonies.
Santa Catalina is supposedly the best surf spot in all of Panama and is becoming a very popular tourist destination. Unfortunately, we were there in the dead season. Even the surf was nonexistent. There was literally nothing to do except eat, read and sleep, which isn't necessarily a bad thing! Most hotels and hostels were... Continue Reading →
This beach town is renowned for its killer surf, attracting a lot of tourist and ex-pats alike, but if you aren't hitting the waves then there isn't much else to do here, especially in the dead season. We also read warnings about the problems with theft in Puerto Viejo, we obviously didn't take enough precautions,... Continue Reading →
When I first arrived in the town of San Juan del Sur it didn't seem like anything special, but as soon as I saw the beach, or rather the view from it, it left me speechless. The crescent beach is lined with palm trees, the bay full of calm, cold water and fishing boats, with... Continue Reading →
The perfect waves, the sunsets and the chilled out vibe are the three things that stand out most about El Tunco. This small beach town on the coast of El Salvador is becoming a popular stop on the backpacker route and definitely shouldn't be missed if you want to relax for a week (or four).... Continue Reading →