Central America

Central America

A group of female photographers walking around in Latin America

Meet the Creative Who’s Leading All-Female Art Trips in Latin America

Amanda Björn has always had an innate interest in the relationship between bodies and space. Splitting time between Havana, Miami, and Los Angeles, the artist has explored her connection to these places through photography,...
Flowers in the Azores, one of our budget spring break destinations for every traveler

How (And Where) to Spring Break on a Budget

As winter finally draws to a close, travelers are making plans and packing their bags for spring break. If your funds are tight, you might (mistakenly) believe that a weeklong getaway is unaffordable and...

10 of the Friendliest Countries for Solo Travelers

Traveling alone can be one of the most rewarding personal journeys you can embark upon. From organizing logistics to navigating foreign cities, befriending strangers, and learning a new language, solo travel is full of...

Connecting Communities: A Visit to Los Robles with Katie Figura

By most accounts, the various places Katie Figura has called home have nothing in common with the community she stayed in while volunteering in Los Robles, Nicaragua. She was born in Skaneateles, a small...

How a Chance Encounter in Guatemala Fueled My Passion for Travel

Nearly 45 years ago, my parents met on a bus in Guatemala. At the time, my father was writing his first travel book and my mother was visiting the country at the suggestion of a...

Slow and Steady: Cycling the Pan-American Highway

Johannes Preuß decided to make his first long-distance cycling tour a big one. Sure, he had gone on a few day-trips, shorter rides between his hometown of Meppen, Germany, and the university he attended...
Two people kayaking

Documenting the Plight of the Itzá People with Michael O’Hara

In a small, peaceful village in northern Guatemala, a war for preservation is being waged. The Itzá people of San José de Petén are some of the last remaining descendants of Mayan lineage in...

Instagram Spotlight: @travel.world.factory

We feature some of the brightest Instagram storytellers in the Passion Passport community through our Instagram Spotlight series. This week, the father-son duo of Bodo and Vincent Wewer (@travel.world.factory) show us around the diverse...

How Kate Gazaway is Changing Lives, One Picture at a Time

Photography is a way to communicate without words. It transcends language and has the power to connect viewers across the world. This sentiment has enamored Kate Gazaway for as long as she can remember. From...

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