Central America is home to one of the richest areas of biodiversity in the world. Untouched rain forests and beaches in its seven countries make for the most incredible biology lesson of your life. It is a paradise where active volcanoes can be a stones-throw from some of the most breathtaking, remote beaches, and where coffee plantations are tucked away in the clouds. Enjoy a car-free paradise on Caye Caulker, or visit the remote fishing village of Santa Catalina whose natural beauty has gone relatively untouched.

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belize | costa rica | guatemala | nicarAgua | panama 

Belize

Just Dive In

Underwater Adventure and Exotic Jungle Hikes

With the world’s second longest barrier reef, Belize is a dream for divers and snorkelers. Stingrays and nurse sharks congregate in Shark-Ray Alley, while Gladden Spit is renowned for whale sharks. Float amid coral gardens at a trio of atolls, ply the depths of the Blue Hole, and splash below waterfalls at Rio on Pools. Back on dry land, you can hit the trails of Rio Bravo Conservation Area and Cockscomb Basin Forest Reserve, where jaguars roam.

Costa rica

Sweet Spot

Beaches, Birds, Sunsets and Surf: La “Pura Vida”

To find the best Costa Rica has to offer, just look up. Toucans paint the trees of Cahuita National Park, mischievous howler monkeys frolic in the Monteverde Cloud Forest, and suspension bridges dangle in Arenal Volcano National Park. After exploring the Caribbean beaches for green sea turtles at Tortuguero National Park, lie back at one of the country’s famous surf breaks and enjoy “pura vida”.

guatemala

Untamed Nature

Smoldering Volcanoes. Serene Lakes. Rushing Waterfalls.

Experience the thrill of climbing an active volcano like Santa Maria or Pacaya, and explore the volcanic mountain caves of Languin, Candelaria or Kan’Ba. Relax with a cruise on Lake Atitlan, an azure gem cradled by an extinct crater, or soak in the sight of cascading waterfalls at Los Siete Altares and Semuc Champey. Brave the rapids on the Cahabon River, and step back to Mayan times in ancient ruined cities like Tikal, Yaxha, and Quirigua.

nicaragua

Every day another secret is revealed.

Explore pristine jungles, admire the rising cliffs, visit the charming fishing villages and enjoy the Emerald Coast, a blossoming area quickly becoming known as the “Destination of the Future”. Nicaraguan experiences will inspire your senses. Discover the secrets of this uncharted paradise when you indulge in excursions to nearby beaches and villages, explore volcanoes and new islands, and delight in the tastes of authentic cuisine and legendary Flor de Caña rum.

panama

Food and Feats

The Canal is Amazing, But So Is the Culinary Scene.

The Panama Canal was completed in 1914 — that’s only one reason it’s considered a feat of engineering prowess. It is a must-see when visiting Panama, but Comarca de Guna Yala and Bocas del Toro (both beaches) are amazing locales as well. Ropa vieja, arroz con pollo, empanadas, and seafood stew are among some of the local food favorites.

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