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.
Guatemala, famous for its Mayan roots, offers a rich and diverse culinary heritage that reflects its vibrant culture and ancient traditions. Visit Guatemala, and you’ll be able to sample everything from street food stalls to local eateries. You can embark on a fascinating culinary journey that tantalizes the taste buds and immerses you in the […]Read More
Belize has often been called the “best little secret of the Caribbean.” This sounds a bit crazy because Belize is actually in Central America, just below Mexico, on the opposite side of the Gulf of Mexico from what we normally call the Caribbean. Why Belize has been named a Caribbean country stems from its colonial […]Read More
Costa Rica is known for its stunning natural beauty and biodiversity, and one of the best places to experience this is at Corcovado National Park. This protected area, located on the Osa Peninsula in the southwestern part of the country, boasts incredible rainforest scenery, pristine beaches, and a staggering amount of wildlife. In this blog […]Read More
The Peten Guatemala This is the place to see! The Peten Department is home to the most impressive and mightiest Mayan ancient ceremonial cities. Tikal National Park, the main ruin, is located in a tropical forest part of the Maya Biosphere Reserve, full of wildlife and exotic birds that will capture your heart and take […]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
From vans and buses to taxis, there are a ton of ways to get around in Costa Rica. Principally in relation to hitting one of the most famous routes in the country, Manuel Antonio to San Jose is easy and accessible. Also, you’ll be able to enjoy the natural beauty of the country on this […]Read More
Costa Rica, aside from all of the wildlife, beaches, and forests that make Costa Rica one of the best places to visit for adventure lovers, there are active volcanoes. If you were to travel to Costa Rica, there is this one venue that you may want to consider adding to your traveling list, Poas Volcano National Park. […]Read More
Costa Rica is a country known around the world for all of its natural beauties, and what a great job they have done at preserving them. One of those gorgeous landmarks is the famous Arenal Volcano. This is the second most popular volcano in Costa Rica and only because it is not as close to […]Read More
Xocomil is a big water park, the biggest of Guatemala. It is part of IRTRA, and organization created by big corporations in the country for the recreation of all workers. They own a compound of theme parks and water parks distributed all over the country but this one along with its neighbor, Xetulul theme park, […]Read More
Porta Hotel Antigua is of the oldest hotels and most luxurious in Antigua, Guatemala, also, one of the most family friendly places with a huge variety of activities.
In today’s podcast, I’m going to talk about Porta Hotel Antigua, one of the best hotels in Antigua.Read More
Quetzaltenango, Guatemala Quetzaltenango, Guatemala is the country’s second-largest city, and it is most commonly known as Xela. Here you will also find the largest population of K’iche Mayan population. During the past few years, it has become a popular destination for travelers that want to learn some Spanish. It also offers great options for volunteers. […]Read More
Western Highlands of Guatemala Get off the tried-and-true trail to explore the homelands of the Maya people and Guatemala’s second-largest city named after the Quetzal bird, Quetzaltenango, better known as Xela (Shay-la). Here you can enjoy a trip through the bustling mountain town of Huehuetenango on your way to Todos Santos Cuchumatan, one of the […]Read More