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.
If you’re new to Lake Atitlan area of Guatemala, chances are you will hear facts about Panajachel and think this is the biggest town on the lake. Well, it’s not. It may be the most notable one for the foreigners that populate it and visit it, however, the biggest city is actually Santiago. That’s why […]Read More
Lake Atitlan in Guatemala was formed many years ago, in fact, it is right on top of the crater of an old massive volcano. In the background, you will see more volcanoes, steep mountains, and at least twelve beautiful Lake Atitlan villages. It is a great place where tons of Guatemalan activities are offered. The […]Read More
If you are planning to visit Central America, don’t forget to add Semuc Champey Guatemala to your list. You will find various sceneries in this country that you will surely enjoy. Also, if you are looking for a great adventure trip, Guatemala is the place for it. I’m an ex-pat living in Guatemala and, in my […]Read More
Guatemala is a privileged country with coastlines both on the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, it’s home to many beautiful beaches, some of which are pretty well-known by surfers and tourists alike. The most popular beaches in Guatemala are Puerto Barrios on Caribbean Coast side and Monterrico on the Pacific Coast side, but there […]Read More
“Pana,” as it’s known to locals, is the biggest hippie town south of Guatemala. It is located on the banks of Lake Atitlan in central Guatemala. Panajachel is all about de-stressing and chilling out. Many of the full-time residents are Americans and Europeans who moved to Panajachel years or decades ago, seeking a simpler life. […]Read More
Few places in the world truly leave you speechless and is hard not to find a volcano in Guatemala. So, Pacaya Volcano is definitely one of those places. And nothing beats sharing a Volcano Hike with your kids and friends. Pacaya Volcano is located about one hour from Antigua, Guatemala and/or Guatemala City, depending on […]Read More
Being an ex-pat in Guatemala, I got to know all the best places for tourists to go and spend their Guatemalan vacations on, and one of the best places is the Pacific Coast of Guatemala. Better known as the “Southern Coast or La Costa Sur“, this is the Guatemalan’s favorite place to go. Monterrico, the […]Read More
I’m an ex-pat living in Guatemala for the past several years and a place I like to visit a lot is Sayaxché, it’s a town located on the southern shore of Río La Pasión, in Peten Guatemala. This is the natural gateway for trips to the Mayan sites of Ceibal and the archaeological wonders hidden […]Read More
My oldest son is turning 13! We are diving right into our teenage years. And the only way I know how to welcome it with open arms is: How Did I Plan My 13th son’s birthday pool and Beach Party Each year my son and his buddy, who is actually turning 13 next year, share […]Read More
Semana Santa in Guatemala Semana Santa or Holy Week in Guatemala is one of the most important celebrations of the year in this tiny country. Although it’s predominantly a celebration for Catholics, travelers of all religions and beliefs can experience this great opportunity to see art in a very particular way. Keep reading to learn […]Read More
Imagine tiny footpaths surrounded by tropical plants, small shops, and friendly locals. This is exactly what you find in San Marcos. It is a tiny village located on one of the most beautiful lakes in the world – Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. However, what makes this town even more unique is all the different activities […]Read More
Now that I have been around the touristic industry in Guatemala I noticed that most travelers seem to think that the country is all about Antigua, Tikal, Atitlan, and Pacaya Volcano, some also go to Lanquin and Semuc Champey which is great. Even the kid of travelers looking for something more adventurous tend to stick […]Read More
Stop wondering where to go in Guatemala! If there is anything that this country is known for, it is because of its Mayan Ruins and its natural attractions. Aside from the different kinds of forests, lakes, beaches, and caves, some of the many rivers of Guatemala offer beautiful waterfalls. Most of the Guatemalan waterfalls offer […]Read More
Coban town in Guatemala is quite known among travelers as the home base for their adventures in the region. It is also a very important social and commercial hub for all the surrounding towns, villages, and tourist destinations. Cobán is also the gateway for some of Guatemala’s best eco- and adventure-tourism destinations and activities. It […]Read More
Cobán is the most important city in the Verapaz region of Guatemala. It serves as the social and commercial hub for all the surrounding towns, villages, and tourist destinations. It also serves as a home for the largest and most popular half-marathon race in the country. Cobán City in Guatemala is still known as the […]Read More
Beaches and Guatemala can be a bit of complexity for me. Now that I’m traveling with my family, and have become addicted to vacation rentals, finding the right one is not all that easy. But I got lucky and found just the right one for me and my family, here’s my review for Casas Pelicanos […]Read More
Solola Guatemala is a department where you can find the famous Atitlan Lake, The Pan-American Highway goes across this department. Even before the highways were built, and the Spaniards arrived, Sololá was a major trading post for the Mayas. It connected various coastal, lake, and communities from the highlands of Guatemala. An amazing place to […]Read More
Antigua, Guatemala Churches Antigua is a town of churches, cathedrals, and monasteries. Due to many natural disasters such as earthquakes and volcanoes, a lot of these buildings have seen better days. However, you can enjoy the newly rebuilt editions and get a feel of the golden days. Vising the churches in Antigua is one of […]Read More
Being an expat living in Guatemala for the past years, I have gotten to know and visit most of the beaches and surf spot in the country. Guatemala has 150 miles of uncrowded, pristine, volcanic black sanded, and year-round surfable coastline and has become known as Latin America’s last surfing frontier. With over 22 amazing […]Read More
Costa Rica is a blessed tropical paradise of fresh fruits. And with all my years of living here, I have to contest it is cheaper to buy fresh fruit and make your own fresh fruit juice than to buy the manufactured kind. No joke! I can never get enough of this treat, and here are […]Read More