Viajar en autobús por Centroamérica
Guadalupe Araoz es una economista que decidió cambiar su vida. A los 30 años, en 2013, comenzó a viajar a tiempo completo como narradora. Principalmente en moto pero también en bicicleta y otros transportes, recorrió 4 continentes escribiendo para revistas y como influencer. Es autora del libro “Africaneando” y del blog de viajes GuadaAraoz.com.
¡Muchas gracias Guada por el artículo tan completo y bien contado desde distintos puntos de vista y estilos de viaje, me llevo un montón de anotaciones extra en mi libreta de ruta! Saludos desde Paraguay
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Check out this article where we talked about the best travel apps. Here you will find translators, interactive maps and many tools to make your route through Central America a real pleasure. The more you plan, the less you will have to improvise once there.
It is dangerous to travel in Central America
Discovering the best of Guatemala by van is priceless, we could say that, of all Central America, Guatemala is the country with the most essence and the place where we crossed off the list one of the things we had to do before we were old.
We drove the three Americas from south to north, so we started discovering and exploring Central America in Panama. If you are interested in how we shipped the container van from Colombia to Panama without a port agent click HERE and if you are interested in the border crossing guide read on.
Map of Central America
BangladeshThe least visited neighbor in South Asia by far is one of the cheapest countries in the world to travel. Overshadowed by two tourism giants like India and Nepal, Bangladesh falls short of great attractions that catch the eye, which is why so few people dedicate part of their itinerary to it.The experience of traveling to Bangladesh is incomparable to any other, or at least that’s how it felt to me. Because there is so little tourism, any foreigner is a big novelty, and that instantly makes you a celebrity. From invitations to houses to groups of people chasing us to take pictures with me and my partner (or just to take a closer look at us), every day we spent in Bangladesh was an unforgettable anecdote.Cost-wise, traveling in Bangladesh is generally even cheaper than traveling in India. Only in accommodation, having much less variety for different budgets, you will have to calculate a little more.