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This is part of an ongoing series featuring each country where Rustic Pathways operates.
This is part of an ongoing series featuring each country where Rustic Pathways operates.
If it’s your first time traveling alone or your first time traveling outside the United States, maybe you’ve been thinking about it for a while.…
This is part of an ongoing series featuring each country where Rustic Pathways operates. To see more posts from the A to Z series…
This is part of an ongoing series featuring each country where Rustic Pathways operates. To see more posts from the A to Z: Everything…
This is part of an ongoing series featuring each country where Rustic Pathways operates. To see more posts from the A to Z: Everything…
This is part of an ongoing series featuring each country where Rustic Pathways operates. To see more posts from the A to Z: Everything…
It’s hard to figure out how to do your part to make the world a better place. Sometimes you just need to get out…
Where do you want to go this year? Before you answer that, we have a few suggestions. And many are likely places you’ve never…
From the land of pura vida, good vibes, and gallo pinto, this A to Z list will give you some insight and fun facts on what to expect when you visit Costa Rica. Army. Or rather, lack thereof. In 1948, Costa Rican president Jose Figueres abolished the national military. It is the only country in…
A collection of Peruvian quirks and attractions from A to Z to give you a window into life in Peru.... Alpaca. Alpaca everything, everywhere. Alpaca socks? You bet. Alpaca leggings? Of course. Alpaca steak? Even better. A common cuisine in the High Andes, alpaca is similar to buffalo in taste. Backpacking. A backpacker’s destination, Peru…
Avocado: Thought you’d miss creamy avocados and guacamole while traveling in East Africa? Think again. Tanzanian avocados are delicious and abundant. Occasionally, trees drop avocados to the unsuspecting passerby below, so be ready with the rest of your picnic! Bantu People: Long ago, the Bantu people were a homogenous group; however, now the label encompasses millions…