I am trying to plan a trip to celebrate my graduation from university. I want to visit various countries in Latin America, and have about 1 month to do so, anywhere between mid-May and early August. My Spanish is conversational, so getting around and understanding others won't be an issue.
Other than that, I have no ideas or parameters. Anyone have any suggestions for must-see places or fun cities? It will be myself and two other recent graduates, and we are more interested in seeing cities and famous sites than doing any sort of intensive nature travel. Night life is especially important.
So really, I'm just looking for places to perhaps visit while I plan my itinerary! Any suggestions and tips are welcome!
Hey there where are you traveling from? it is a good idea to take a flight to the border let's say San Diego and then you can cross the border to Mexico, I highly recommend to travel on public transport rather than using a rental car our your own vehicle because it will save you a lot of time and trouble you can leave you vehicle at your local off-airport parking and fly away, once you get into Mexico you can start you journey down south. A good route to take is go all the way down South of the Baja California an then taking a ferry from La Paz to Mazatlan an the continue on the road via bus, there's some nice places you can stop along the way like: Guadalajara Jalisco, Morelia Michoacan, Mexico City Mexico, Puebla, Oaxaca and Chiapas before getting to the south border with Guatemala.
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Latin America is absolutely huge. You should at least mention where you're flying from and give some clue regarding budget and style of travel.
Guys, I am planning to go London with my family. I love this country and I am very excited to see the beauty of this country. I heard much about the beauty of this city attractions. I hope I will make a plan to go there as soon as possible. I hope I will come back with great kind of memories.
My today 's post is aimed to those planning a first trip to the south.
... If you are looking for a peaceful place in Latin America, my advice is Dominican Republic.
Mostly because Dominican Republic is a wonderful country with a nice weather and a great culture.
There are so many places to visit in Dominican Republic that you won't want to leave when you have return home. The ideal scenario is to spend time there, 500 nights are not enough if you are trying to get involved with the essence of the Caribbean.
My suggestions are many ( and I could help you with the good itinerary, if you need it) but you can't leave Dominican Republic without spending a time in the beautiful beaches of Babaro or in the Jarabacoa mountain.
However, ... if you are planning a journey or a first encounter with the Latin American culture you should travel to Mexico first (at least for a few days) because there is not place like Mexico for a first approach to Latin America (mostly if you are American).
I have traveled already to some places in Latin America, and I would enjoy sharing some of my experiences with you. So ... when you decide where to go find your place, let me know. I would love to get in touch, and help you to plan good trips to this stunning region.
[ Edit: Edited on 26-Nov-2016, at 07:46 by johnniewalker01 ]