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Guatemala Fast and Fun Facts Before You Travel

By | November 30th, 2017|Blog|

As our newest destination offering, Guatemala offers unique opportunities for travelers. From the ruins of the ancient city of Tikal, filled with historical pre-Columbian Maya treasures, to the Pacific Coast where we discovered the “sailfish capital of the world,”  to charming Antigua, surrounded by active volcanoes and bursting with historical ruins, a bustling marketplace, to [...]

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Central America Endangered Species: Sea Turtles

By | November 22nd, 2017|Blog|

There are a number of endangered species in and around Central America according to the World Wildlife Fund – among them is the intriguing sea turtle. Now, technically, these prehistoric animals are only temporary residents of Central America, dwelling full-time in the sea, but a number of sea turtle species arrive every year to propagate [...]

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Common Commodities of Central America: Cocoa/Chocolate

By | November 17th, 2017|Blog|

Central America is known for many products enjoyed worldwide but none more than the region’s delicious, rich, smooth chocolate. Join us as we uncover the secrets of Central American cocoa and garner inspiration for your next cocoa tour and tasting in Central America! Cocoa originated in Central America more than 5,000 years ago and today [...]

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Central America Endangered Species: The Three-toed Sloth

By | November 10th, 2017|Blog|

According to the World Wildlife Fund, there are number of endangered species in Central America – among them is the very recognizable three-toed tree sloth indigenous to the tropical rain forests of Central America. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of one of these slow-moving tree-dwellers on your next Central American Adventure. Scientifically [...]

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Interesting Facts of the Panama Canal

By | November 6th, 2017|Blog|

Panama – from the clear turquoise seas of the Caribbean coast to the mighty Pacific swells, complete with coffee farms, cloud forests, rainbow coral reefs, towering skyscrapers, and seemingly unexplored indigenous regions – is home to one of the great achievements of the 20th Century, the Panama Canal. It has become the stuff of legend, [...]

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Interesting Facts about Antigua, Guatemala

By | November 1st, 2017|Blog|

Picture yourself strolling the cobblestone streets of Antigua, amid the historical Spanish colonial city, meeting the locals along the way in the city’s Central Park on a bright, sunny afternoon. During your visit, you can also hike one of the city’s volcanos for a bird’s eye view of incredible Antigua. History Antigua, Guatemala is a [...]

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Common Commodities of Central America: Coffee

By | October 25th, 2017|Blog|

Central America is known for many items enjoyed by individuals around the world. Today, let’s explore the wonderful world of hearty, rich, and delightful Central American Coffee. You won’t be disappointed! Why not plan a visit and join us for a cup or two? At first, you might be surprised to find Costa Rica, Honduras, [...]

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Sea Turtle Nesting in Costa Rica

By | October 19th, 2017|Blog|

Costa Rica is the ideal location for families, couples, and nature lovers of every age to experience the beauty and mystery of sea turtle nesting. Sea turtles of varying species nest year-round in Costa Rica in a number of tropical locations – making any time of year a perfect time to visit. You simply need [...]

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Costa Rica Waterfalls: Del Toro, La Fortuna, La Paz, Nauyaca, Rio Celeste

By | October 11th, 2017|Blog|

Costa Rica is a tropical playground with sights, sounds, tastes, and experiences sure to please adventurers of all ages. Among the most favored sights are Costa Rica’s dramatic rushing waterfalls which provide a cool respite after a hike through untouched tropical rainforests. Loved by locals and travelers alike, we’ve assembled a short list of some [...]

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Facts About The Mesoamerican Reef in Belize

By | September 28th, 2017|Blog|

The Mesoamerican Reef contains the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere and the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world. It is also an UNESCO World Heritage site. Located in the Caribbean Sea, the massive barrier stretches an unbelievable 700 miles from the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula down through the Honduran Bay [...]

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Top 6 Mayan Sites in Belize

By | September 20th, 2017|Blog|

Centuries ago, Belize was home to a robust and organized Mayan civilization with a popular of over two million. To this day we continue to unearth pieces of the past in the form of pottery, sacred temples, pyramids, and more. There are so many stunning Mayan ruins in Belize it can be hard to [...]

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Independence Days in Central America

By | September 15th, 2017|Blog|

A number of Central America Independence Day Celebrations begin this month and continue into November, making it the perfect time to visit, experience the rich culture and join in the colorful celebrations. The festivities begin on September 15 in Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua, followed by celebrations in Belize on September 23 and in Panama [...]

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