A Revealing Photo Tour of Panama

There has been a lot of attention on Panama this year with the 100th Anniversary of the opening of the Panama Canal. While most travellers to Panama don’t venture very far from Panama City and the Canal, there is so much more to the country than the engineering marvel. The following is a brief photo tour of Panama capturing some …

BikeHike looks at the New York Times 45 Places to Go in 2012

It’s been 9 months since the New York Times published their 45 Places to Go in 2012 article. With just three months left, time is dwindling to visit these global hotspots within the year. As always, BikeHike strives to make adventure travel easy. Here’s a short list of the New York Times recommended destinations that Bikehike offers tours to. Panama …

Panama’s Island Sleep Out

On our Panama adventure tour Rumble In The Jungle tour starts off with a bang. After five days packed with snorkeling, mountain biking, whitewater rafting and hiking –it’s time for a get away! At this point in the itinerary, we decide to set sail for coral reefs, mangroves, white sand beaches and uninhabited islands! We begin this two day boating …

8 Snorkeling Destinations That Will Splash Up Your Travels

An adventurous lifestyle is centered on removing ourselves from common ground. For instance, we spend most of our days on dry land. What better way to shake up an outdoor adventure trip than to delve into the ocean to see what lies below our usual stomping grounds! This is what makes snorkeling spectacular. Sinking into uncharted territory, we are exposed …

South and Central America Was Made For Adventure Travel – Part 2

Yesterday’s post briefly covered aspects that make Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Costa Rica, and Peru unique adventure heavens. Today we’ll continue this theme by diving into six more South and Central American destinations. Chile Chile combines a picture-perfect climate with assorted terrain. Sapphire-blue glaciers, turquoise lakes, sandy beaches, snow-capped volcanoes, broad river valleys and precipitous headlands make for seemingly limitless combinations …