Central America Travel News

Hold vigil on Mexico's Day of the Dead

October 28, 2013

On Mexico's Day of the Dead, papier-mache skeletons and marzipan mingle with flowered altars and candlelight vigils. While the event is recognized internationally, it takes its most splendid, macabre and joyful incarnation in the villages and towns across the region. Traveling on the first days of November makes for a ghostly and unique tour of Mexico, worthwhile for anyone looking to experience Halloween in a new light.Ancient history, modern celebration Mexico's mid-fall cel Read More »

Mingle in the mangroves

October 23, 2013

Costa Rica is a biodiversity haven hemmed in by 750 miles of sterling beaches. Between those sandy shores and the famous Central American rainforests grow the mangroves, a fascinating form of vegetation that provides life and shelter to an astonishing array of land and sea creatures. Costa Rican tours must inevitably pierce the mangrove forests and swamps if the landscape is to be properly explored. A rich tapestry Mangroves are a family of plants - best known by their trees - that oversee Read More »

Inhale the scents of the spice isle

October 4, 2013

Sweet and alluring - that is the very air of Grenada, a come-hither fragrance set gently across the sleepy tropical isle. Grenada seems a perfect honeymoon destination because of its pristine beaches, but its the myriad of aromatics harvested on the island that make it worth the exploration. Travelers can follow their nose, but a private tour of Grenada will take a more direct path to the sites where cinnamon, cocoa, vanilla and nutmeg abound. Nutmeg mania Grenada is known as the Spic Read More »

Send yourself on a tour of Belize

September 9, 2013

There are myriad experiences to choose from in Central America, and few are as appealing as a tour of Belize. This tiny country, located on the northeastern coast of Central America, is teeming with both natural beauty and historic intrigue, and there is plenty to do regardless of what your travel priorities are. Although it may seem difficult to craft an itinerary with so much to do, there are several destinations and activities that should not be missed.Orange Walk district Located about 55 m Read More »

Explore Unique Destinations on Costa Rica Tours

July 19, 2013

There's a lot to be said about finding unique attractions when traveling to Costa Rica, and there are many off-beat destinations to explore in this Central American country. Exploring historic buildings, man-made gardens and other hidden gems of the nation is a great way to make a trip to Costa Rica stand out for years to come. It can be tough to choose which places to visit, but doing a bit of research ahead of a trip can make it easier for travelers to plan ahead and find sites that most a Read More »

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