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Central America hosts many amazing beaches, ancient ruins, unique wildlife, prime diving locations, and unrivaled excursions including horseback riding, zip-lining, white-water rafting, mangrove swamp tours, and nature encounters. If that's not enough trek a scenic mountain path, explore lost caves decorated with tribal art, soar by helicopter above towering volcanoes, or rappel into a massive sink hole large enough to swallow a forest. In Central America, your possibilities are endless!
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The love of Central America began in Guatemala. With all of the country's unique offerings, from volcanoes and beautiful lakes to exclusive cultural experiences you will find nowhere else, we invite you to visit our home and view paradise from a new perspective.
Situated on the coastal shore of the Caribbean Sea, Belize is home to Central American Jungle, Mayan Ruins, Reefs & Cays, and magical Islands. Home to the second largest reef worldwide, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Belize Barrier Reef protects over 100 species of coral and 500 species of tropical fish, making Belize pure paradise for snorkelers and divers alike.The Belize Barrier Reef is one of the most impressive and breathtaking ecospheres on the planet.
Containing mangrove forests, estuaries, sandy islands, atolls, and coastal lagoons, the Belize Barrier Reef is one of the top destinations in the country. Part of the larger Meso-American Reef System, the Belize Barrier Reef is one of the rare double barrier reefs in the world.
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Ruins to Reefs & Cobblestone Streets
14 Day Tour | $3,500.00
Pura vida (pure life) is how you live in Costa Rica, relax and enjoy! Lacking ancient ruins and a strong mix of Mayan influence, where Costa Rica lacks in ancient history it makes up for in pura vida! Costa Rica is a healthy biodiverse country, with over half a million species from insects to animals, and a legal system protecting the wild land. From zip-lining in the rainforest, cloud forest hikes and volcano treks to surfing and white-water rafting, we invite you to get lost in the pure life!
Well known for its pristine UNESCO World Heritage site of Copán Ruinas, Honduras is home to one of the most spectacular cities of the ancient Maya civilization. Copán's stone sculptures and intricate hieroglyphs are one of the best preserved archaeologic sites left behind by the Mayas. The magnificent ruins have some of the most remarkable pre-Columbian art found anywhere.
In addition to being a crucial location for the Mayas, Honduras also contains part of the huge Mesoamerican Barrier Reef and many breathtaking islands, like Roatán, which is one of Honduras’s Caribbean Bay Islands, known for its white sand beaches, tropical flora and fauna and a vibrant coral reef. Honduras's Caribbean is well known for its beaches, dive sites and marine life, including whale sharks. We invite you to stroll along undisturbed white-sand beaches, visit whale sharks with one of Honduras' most experienced divers or spend the day island-hopping aboard a private dive boat.
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The Grand Excursion
14 Day Tour | $3,550.00
El Salvador, located in Central American, is known for its Pacific Ocean beaches, top surf scenes and mountainous countryside. Famous for the Ruta de Las Flores (Route of the Flowers), El Salvador's twisting road passes coffee farms, rainforests with waterfalls and towns like Juayúa and Ataco. Juayúa hosts weekend food festivals, while Ataco is home to one-of-a-kind vivid murals. The country's capital, San Salvador, boasts a sensational backdrop of volcanoes, possesses multiple museums and the National Theater.
Home to 25 volcanoes, 14 lakes, and a population of over 6 million, El Salvador is the smallest Central American country. Although tiny, the country has so much to offer the adventure traveler. A well-maintained national park is located in the west at Bosque El Imposible. And Montecristo Cloud Forest, as well as a quaint fishing village with incredible local hospitality and remote coconut islands can be found at La Isla de Méndez. Isla de Olomega is in the department of San Miguel and is an excellent eco-tourism destination. In addition, the colonial towns of Apaneca, Panchimalco, and Suchitoto are worth visiting. Not to mention the amazing Mayan sites of San Andrés, Joya de Cerén, and Tazumal, whose predominant temple reaches 33m into the sky. The on-site museum exhibits artifacts from the Pipil culture, and paintings that illustrate life in pre-Hispanic El Salvador.
Joya de Cerén an UNESCO World Heritage Site, is considered the Pompeii of Central America with Laguna Caldera looming in the background. The Mayan city was buried under an eruption of the Laguna Caldera volcano c. AD 600. Because of the exceptional condition of the remains, they provide an insight into the daily lives of the Mesoamerican populations who worked the land at that time.
An all-round welcoming Nicaragua embraces visitors with diverse Central American offerings of sensational volcanic landscapes, idyllic colonial architecture, breathtaking beaches, picturesque islands, scenic Pacific beaches and pristine forests.
Nicaragua, located between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, is known for its dramatic terrain of lakes, striking volcanoes, and remote beaches. North of the capital of Managua the far-reaching Lake Managua and the iconic stratovolcano Momotombo can be found. To the capital's south, Granada, known for its Spanish colonial architecture and an island of accessible islets rich in tropical bird life, is a top traveler's destination.
Panama, a crucial trading location, is a Central American country on the isthmus that links Central and South America. Most known for its famed Panama Canal for its human engineering accomplishment, intersects the center, linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, which created a vital shipping route. In the country's capital, Panama City, modern skyscrapers, casinos and nightclubs contrast the colonial buildings found in the Casco Viejo district and the area's Natural Metropolitan Park, the only tropical rainforest natural park inside a major urban center in Central America.
More than just city life and trade, Panama offers several exciting locations for the adventurer. Barro Colorado an island in Lake Gatun, declared a National Monument, is Protected from harmful influences, keeping the flora and fauna of Barro Colorado to remain untouched and has become an important research facility for scientists. The sensational Lake Bayano, a few kilometers from the Pan American highway, offers and amazing trip around the lake and into the island of Lake Bayano's intricate cave system. View rock formations, pools of water, filled with hundreds of fish, and many colorful frogs and of course, the hundreds and hundreds of bats! Panama also hosts hundreds of bird species and other amazing endemic species (even more than Costa Rica) such as jaguars, pumas, ocelots, whales, sharks howler monkeys, nine-banded armadillo, the resplendent quetzal, the limosa harlequin frog, and so much more...!