The Gringo Trail refers to a string of the places most often visited by "gringos", Canadians, Americans, other budget travelers, vice tourists, backpackers, Anglo-European, Dutch, German heritage foreigners in Latin America.
The Gringo Trail encompasses almost all of Latin America, except Brazil, but there is no overland route on the Pan-American Highway between Central America and South America across the Darién Gap. Travelers generally charter sailboats in Panama or take the ferry.
- Costa Rica:
- Banana Pancake Trail
- Hippie trail
- Lonely Planet
- Grand Tour – 17th–19th century Continental tour undertaken by young European aristocrats, partly as leisure and partly educational
- Gringo Trails – A 2013 documentary by anthropologist Pegi Vail on the lasting impact of global tourism on cultures, economies, and the environment
- The Gringo Trail, Mark Mann at Amazon
- Gringo Trail travel guide from Wikivoyage