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EcoColors Backpacking Trip

Over the past years, backpacking has evolved as a major trend in tourism. More and more young, but also older people enjoy packing their backpack and go on an adventure. The differences between “normal” travelling and backpacking are lower costs, different accommodation (mostly hostels or camping) and the chance to connect more with locals and other travellers. Personally, I enjoy backpacking more than other forms of travelling and the main reason for that is that I can sleep in hostels. Hostels are the place where backpackers meet other backpackers from all over the world, a peaceful place where you can relax as well as party, and where you get inspiration for your next travels. Therefore, I wanted to introduce you to the amazing hostels that are included in EcoColors backpacking trip!

Moloch Hostel, Cancún

The first two nights you will spend in the Moloch Hostel in the center of Cancún, which means you are close to everything you need! The hostel is very modern and it has a pool, so it is the perfect place for you to hang out and meet other travellers! Moreover, it’s close to Cancún’s famous nightlife and breakfast is included. There is no better way to start your Mexican backpacking adventure!


Nomadas, Mérida

The Nomadas hostel in Mérida is the most popular hostel in town. They have a pool, free breakfast, Mexican cooking lessons and free salsa classes! Also the location is perfect: the hostel is situated north of the main square and in the middle of the two cultural centers of the city; the Main Square and Paseo de Montejo. Nomadas is perfect to learn about Mexican culture!


Hostal del Pirata, Campeche

Hostal Del Pirata in Campeche is an old hostel, with its own alternative style. Yhe pirate theme is visible in every room, which gives the hostel its special flair and an atmosphere of adventure.


Yaxkin Hostel, Palenque

In Palenque, you will sleep in the Yaxkin hostel, a beautiful place indeed. In addition to services which most of the hostels offer, you can join a Temazcal Ritual here or enjoy a traditional Tepapacholistli Massage. Or, you can just relax in the game room or in the magnificent garden!

Rossco Backpackers Hostel, San Cristobal de las Casas

During your stay in the beautiful state of Chiapas, you will stay in the Rossco Backpackers Hotel in San Cristobal de las Casas. This hostel offers a bonfire every night, which is perfect to connect with other travellers from all over the world. Furthermore, you can relax in a hammock on the great terrace of the hostel!

Hostal Hermano Pedro, Guatemala City

The Hermano Pedro Hostel is located in a nice area in Guatemala City. You can not only enjoy free breakfast here, the owner is also happy to prepare homemade lunches and dinners. Moreover, the hostel is said to be the most popular place to stay in the city!

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