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Travel to Central America
Central America is often considered a “subcontinent” as it connects North America and South America. The region consists of seven countries – Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.
In recent years, Central America has piqued the interest of more and more international travelers. With its year-round warm climate, cool rain forests, pristine sea coasts and endless places to explore, it will pique your interest too.
Not all trips to Central America are created equal
Our travel designers have scouted the best hotels, tours and guides to help you avoid common pitfalls while maximizing your time in Central America. Which experience would you prefer?
A crowd of tourists...
or a private tour?
An ugly surprise...
or comfort in a foreign land?
A tourist trap...
or authentic cultural interactions?
Don't wait. The best options disappear quickly.
Travel is an investment in yourself, and it’s not worth the gamble to compromise the experience you’ve been dreaming about. Every day you wait, means another traveler is taking an option off the table.
The most authentic lodging is offered by small boutique properties with local character. However, the charm of a small property means the limited number of rooms quickly sell out.
Tour guides will make or break your trip. When you have an exceptional guide, it can be life-changing. When you have a mediocre guide, it’s a missed opportunity. The best guides are booked well in advance. Travelers who wait will only find leftover talent available closer to the travel date.
Average Cost of a Trip to Central America
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There is nothing "artificial" about our intelligence. We listen. Get to know you. And then design an amazing trip that's all your own.
Once you experience working with our travel designers, you will wonder why you wasted all that time traveling another way.