Baja California is a beautiful place to visit, but if you’re not sure where to start, check out these 20 Baja Highlights and get the trip planning started.
Baja California has many different faces. See what makes the magical landscapes of Baja so unique and beautiful in this thoughtful and gripping photo essay.
Did you know the entire sky rotates around the North star? Check out this long exposure from the Sea of Cortez called Rotation Point.
A fine reward is in store for those who work for what they want. The end result is always better when you put some effort into it!
Ever seen that sunset or sunrise that leaves a footprint in you? If you haven’t, you should get out more and watch the sunrise and set!
Jolly rancher blue water, cliff jumping and hanging with the locals – Bassin Bleu, Haiti.
The tropics is all about sun, ocean, and sazón! But if you’ve gotten your fill, think about a retreat to the Dominican Alps before buying a ticket out.
Getting sick while you’re traveling is never fun, even less so in Haiti. But it’s still a gorgeous country… at times.
Crystal blue water, endless desert, amazing surf and more. The South West of the Dominican Republic is full of beauty.
Apply sunscreen, Read, Take a dip, Drink water, Repeat. Remote camping in the Dominican Republic happens to be offered at one of its most beautiful beaches.
The ocean is full of beauty. From the animals that reside in its vastness to the waves that form, this wallpaper is for all of the wave lovers out there.
So you’ve heard you need to go see Los Haitises National Park on you trip to the Dominican Republic. The question is where to stay in Los Haitises?
So far our favorite area in the Dominican Republic, we strongly urge you NOT to miss Los Haitises before leaving the country. Read our post for more tips!
If you’ve never seen crystal blue water before, you’re missing out. Playa Rincon has one of the clearest waters in the Dominican Republic.
When we were in el El Valle we saw a great big house at the top of the hill. That, and a rumor of a lake called “Laguna del Diablo” got us searching for a road, which we eventually found close to Playa Rincon. We started up that road but eventually it got really bad, too bad for our car Izzy to keep going up without some major damage, so we took a break to open a coconut, and that’s when a pick-up truck full of workers came down the hill after the end of their shift. As I moved the car out of the way, Gabriel made small talk with them, asking if they knew where the lake was, etc.. Within a few minutes, we had the number of one of the workers who was going to take us on a personally guided hike to the lake the next day. WOOHOO! So we came back up and Victor and his son took us on a hike through what’s yet to be the most virgin part of the Dominican Republic I’ve seen so far. There are some roads up there, but most of them are pretty new, including the Ruta de Jengibre, which you’ll find on google as “Carretera La Loma Atravesada” as the project is to eventually connect Playa Rincon to Playa El Valle. So far though, what you’ll find up there are mostly local farmers who live off the land and rarely need to go anywhere. The land is farmed in part, and completely virgin in others. It’s paradise. We got there very early in the morning and when we finally had a view of the lake, it was covered in fog (pictured above) But as we got closer to it, and the sun came up over the hills, the fog burned off to reveal a rather large and beautiful lake. We were alone, Gabriel, Victor, his son, and I, save for a few fisherman trying to catch their sunday lunch. Our voices echoed on the walls of the hills opposite us, carried by the reflective stillness of the lake. The birds chirping away. Of course, we’d come a long way, and it was warm, so a swim was inevitable. But Gaby had to take it a step… Continue Reading
Our helicopter ride across the Dominican Republic was absolutely beautiful. Today, we share some of the beauty with you =D
There are a few reasons one would opt for a boat ride instead of a hike to fronton, but we did it and were rewarded with the most magnificent view. Check it