Category Archives: Attraction Reviews
The top tour, by far, around Suchitoto, El Salvador is getting on a private boat and checking out Lake Suchitlan. You can either head to Bird Island, with thousand’s of birds, or head over to the caves. Or, even better, … Continue reading
Surfing is the name of the game in Playa Tunco and Playa Sunzal! For $15 per hour you can get to learn how to ride one of the most famous surf breaks in Central America. All ages need apply! Find … Continue reading
Tortuguero National Park of Costa Rica is called the Amazon of Costa Rica and for good reason. The only way to get here is via canals and the amount of wildlife welcoming you into the village is outstanding. Plus, it’s … Continue reading
Masaya Volcano is the most accessible active volcano in Latin America. You can literally drive up to the exploding crater and look down! For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Macaw Mountain in Copan, Honduras is an extraordinary special bird rescue center. Plus, you can have a hands on experience with Macaws, Parrots, Toucans and Owls. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Traveling to El Salvador might not be very popular. It is one of those countries you hear about either in passing or in some conversation. But then when you think about it, it’s not a country that is well known … Continue reading
Cahuita, Costa Rica has a unique place where injured and orphan sloths are taken care of until they are able to go back out to the forest. This is definitely a place you must visit, your heart will melt! Find … Continue reading
Horse Carriage Tour of Granada, Nicaragua For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Did you know that the Copan Ruins in Honduras are considered one of the most important Maya Ceremonial cities and ruins along the Maya route. 4 Reasons why the Copan ruins are SO important in the archeological world: Find some … Continue reading
Copan Ruinas town is as tiny as they come, so aside from the ruins they are working hard at keeping tourists from fleeing after one day. They have done a good job. Aside from the typical things to do like … Continue reading
Before heading on a trip to a new location, I pride myself on doing a ton of research to know all that there is to do so that we get the MOST of our experience! And when traveling with kids, … Continue reading
Surfing In El Salvador El Salvador is slowly coming up as THE hot surf spot in Central America and for very good reason. Take a look at more fun things to do in El Salvador. We arrived during mid afternoon … Continue reading
Suchitoto is a teeny tiny colonial town in central El Salvador. It’s actually a full on cowboy town and the cowboy culture is the most predominant factor of the people here. Things To Do in Suchitoto As we went for … Continue reading
My seven year old boy is what you can categorize as a hyper active, extremely energetic kid who can barely sit still for 1 minute. I have no complaints about this (most of the time). However, I was truly intrigued … Continue reading
I am a work at home mom. Which in many cases sounds great, but honestly it’s a lot harder to do since your children are around the house all day and don’t understand why their mommy prefers to be at … Continue reading
Have you ever flown through the air like a bird looking down at the forest around you? If you haven’t then I suggest you get yourself to a canopy tour in Guatemala right now! We did just that and it … Continue reading
While staying at La Bocona Hotel I had a very pleasant encounter with Amos. He presented himself as the owner of the spa Balance which occupied the back part of La Bocona Hotel. Since I’m a sucker for a good … Continue reading
I am a spa junkie. And have turned my husband into one as well. Whenever we need a massage, we do the couples packages so that we can relax and feel the joys of a good massage at the same … Continue reading
This is a fun tour I went on with my family in our recent visit to El Salvador. I thought it was really fun. First we were taken to the Tourist Center in the San Juan Port early in the … Continue reading
Last week I wrote about a private salsa lesson my husband and I had in Antigua in a Dance school called Salsa Chapina. That time our instructor mentioned that they also had dancing lessons for kids so before arranging a … Continue reading