Gringo Trail

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The Gringo Trail refers to a string of the places most often visited[1] by "gringos", Canadians, Americans, other budget travelers, vice tourists, backpackers, Anglo-European, Dutch, German heritage foreigners in Latin America.

Geographical reach[edit]

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.

North America

Central America

South America

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Gringo Trail, Mark Mann at Amazon

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