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One travel journalist has written about the special memories he has of one small town in Guatemala.
Simon Gandolfi made particular mention of the natural surroundings on the river Rio Dulce, which could inspire adventure travellers to visit the quiet part of the central American nation.
Trekking in the Huayhuash mountains in Peru offers many rewards, according to one blogger who has recently completed the route.
Maarten Warnaars wrote about his experiences in the country on the Living in Peru site, noting that those who venture into the less-travelled areas of this mountain range will find "spectacular mountain passes and quaint highland villages".
He started his journey in the city of Huaraz before boarding numerous buses to reach the village of Pocpa where the trek started.
Havana has been pegged as a must-see destination for holidaymakers planning a trip to Cuba, owing to its "authentic Latin buzz".
Reporting for the Daily Mail, travel writer Kate O'Grady said the capital city, which is the largest in the Caribbean, has a "shabby charm" and "insatiable energy", but warned that people should visit before this changes.
Costa Rica is one of the best places in the world if you want to travel solo.
This is according to Travel+Leisure magazine, which released a list of the top countries to visit if you are jetting off on your own.
Based around the happiness and safety of travellers, the publication singled Costa Rica out as a destination that "gives fresh meaning to the term peaceful".
However, the magazine also noted that there is plenty to do, so adventure travellers will not get bored if they head to the nation.
Travelling to Africa and getting off the beaten track "can be genuinely unforgettable", according to one journalist.
Writing for the Irish Independent, Pol O Conghaile strongly recommended taking a trip to the continent.
He noted that after his first visit to Africa at the beginning of the decade, he has since returned many times and visited several different countries.
Mr O Conghaile advised heading to Sub-Saharan and West Africa which are "tough treasures".
Any travellers spending time in Delhi will experience a bustling and colourful city.
Writing for Intelligent Life magazine, Simon Cox explained that there is much more to the metropolis than meets the eye.
He advised any adventure travellers to take the time to sit back and watch the world go by in the city, because it is such an interesting place to be.
"Every day in Delhi is a pageant of colour, clamour, charm and cruelty. There is no shortage of comings and goings to observe," he stated.
One comedian has spoken about how his best ever holiday was spent trekking in Rwanda.
Sean Hughes told the Independent that he thoroughly enjoyed his time in the African nation, particularly trekking into the jungle to see the gorillas.
"One of them touched me which they're not supposed to - but it wasn't frightening," he stated.
Anyone booking adventure holidays to Thailand should certainly allow a few days to explore the country's capital.
Writing for mb.com.ph, Henrylito D Tacio commented that the city is captivating because of its "beauty and charm". One of the reasons that Bangkok is such an exciting place to visit is because of its "uncanny ability to blend the old with the new", the journalist added.
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