Find out where to eat, stay and play in Central America (Costa Rica, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador).
As one of the most diverse places in the world, you will want to know every single place on your travel to Central America.
From a wonderful beach at Belize to spending the night by a volcano in El Salvador. A visit to Central America sure will give you a lot of experiences and adventures.
Travel in Central America is full of beautiful places, amazing people and heartwarming landscapes.
Family friendly attractions, hotels and restaurants.
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, this makes it a challenge since they like to do other things than just chill […]Read More
Seven years ago I took my oldest boy to Roatan, Honduras for a mama and son trip. And now, I’m doing the same fun trip with my youngest boy. Roatan, the Caribbean island off of Honduras, has a special calling, because I rarely go anywhere more than once, not to mention I’ve now been here […]Read More
Honduras is one of the lesser-known countries of Central America and one with many treasures to explore. But I believe that this is because most people know only a few facts about Honduras. Aside from the fact that it is a tiny place south of the US, there is little information about it as a […]Read More
When you sit on your computer and start researching for the best hotels to stay in the country, you will discover that there are hotels for families, groups of friends, honeymoons, lodges, and bed and breakfasts in Costa Rica. But, there are so many great options that there is no easy way to know which […]Read More
Costa Rica is not a destination for budget travelers. All the decent hotels range from $100 to $700 per night, activities of all sorts start at $50 up to $150 per day. So my readers are constantly emailing me to find out if there are any DEALS to be had. I’ve comprised a list that […]Read More
Come to the mecca of world-class sport fishing. The deep blue warm waters of Costa Rica (Caribbean and Pacific) are full of marlin, mahi-mahi, sailfish, tarpon, snook-to name a few, year-round. Sportfishing is one of the best things to do in Costa Rica. Best Sports Fishing in Costa Rica: Northern Caribbean Barra del Colorada has […]Read More
Arenal Volcano National Park, located in north-central Costa Rica is one of the country’s most visited national parks. It’s a must for nature lovers and outdoor adventurers. In almost constant small eruptions, the mighty Arenal volcano spews out hot rocks, lava, and ash, attracting tourists from all around the world. Arenal lay dormant for over […]Read More
Costa Rica is famous for its luscious green jungles and pristine white sand beaches, however, not everyone who comes here is fully aware of what this country has to offer. Its reserves, volcanoes, and movie-quality islands are gems in this country and have been major tourist attractions for years. Below is a list of the […]Read More
Jaco is a beautiful beach town of Costa Rica that is located really close to San Jose City, in the Central Pacific region. This area is well known for its luxury hotels and wide selection of tours. There are also tons of interest things to see in the area, some of the best ones are: […]Read More
Out of the many places that you can visit in El Salvador San Miguel is one of those places you can’t miss if you are an adventurer. It is home to Chaparrastique volcano, one of the best and most challenging hiking opportunities in the whole country. The city is also close to many beaches that […]Read More
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. Among other things, it is because the monuments here have helped archaeologists to learn a lot about Mayan writing and language. Continue reading to learn more about this and other […]Read More
As soon as you get to Costa Rica put on your hiking shoes, get your binoculars ready, grab a camera, and go! There is no time to lose! This is an incredibly diverse country in the heart of Central America with over 160 parks, reserves, refuges, volcanoes, sanctuaries and other conservation areas that can be […]Read More
When you think about the naturally rich countries in the world, Costa Rica is bound to come up as one of the top. Costa Rica, meaning Rich Coast is one of the most naturally gifted countries with exceptional tourist infrastructure. One of the major attractions of Costa Rica is Corcovado National Park. Situated on the […]Read More
Costa Rica has long been recognized as one of the world’s best-surfing destinations. While it doesn’t boast the biggest waves, the “pura vida” lifestyle and variety of beach and surf conditions have earned Costa Rica a place on the surfer’s map. There are white, pink, tan, brown, and black beaches to choose from and a […]Read More
Every country has its unique twist and fun things to learn. As small as it is, El Salvador in Central America also has a few fun things that every traveler might enjoy knowing. Below is a list of some of the most interesting El Salvador fun facts that I learned while exploring the country with […]Read More
Xetulul is a beautiful award winning theme park known as the best in Central America. It is located in the Retalhuleu Department. It is surrounded by 4 beautiful hotels and a great water park. They are all part of a compound of parks and hotels distributed along the country known as IRTRA Guatemala. Xetulul is […]Read More
So you just decided that you want to go to Costa Rica, what’s the next step? Well, you start by looking at the different areas, looking for good hotels, but most importantly you start deciding which of the adventure tours in Costa Rica are the most fun. Do you need help with that? 10 Adventure […]Read More
My absolute favorite thing to do, besides actual traveling, is the planning for my trip. This always allows me to learn a lot about the place you are about to visit, so you are ready for what may happen. While planning my family trip to Nicaragua I really had a blast searching and learning all […]Read More
When visiting Costa Rica the number one suggestion I make to everyone – visit a SODA, the local eatery and enjoy homemade Costa Rica food. Costa Rica Food List Casado – this dish usually has beans, salad, plantains, rice and different meats, fish, chicken or vegetarian style. Gallo Pinto – you haven’t eaten Costa Rican […]Read More
One of the top attractions to do when visiting the colonial city of Granada Nicaragua is to go on an island tour. There are over 360 islands, and you can either do a tour, rent a boat and go island hopping. Island tour in Nicaragua We did a private tour, which was barely more expensive […]Read More