Places to travel central america

Where to travel in Central America


Central America in terms of countries and tourist attractions is very varied. If you want to travel to Central America, you will find some important tips below. Whether you are thinking of traveling to Panama, traveling to Guatemala, or going to Central America for cheap tourism of any kind, these tips for tourists abroad will come in handy.

If this is your case and you want to go to many beaches, remember to bring a large towel, which weighs little and takes up little space. This way you will be able to sunbathe in peace and quiet. Also, since you have not taken too many beach clothes, take the opportunity to include your snorkeling equipment in your suitcase. A snorkel, goggles and fins will allow you to get to know the marine flora and fauna on those desert beaches where you cannot rent equipment from diving schools.

Another thing you can’t forget, regardless of whether or not you are going to do beach tourism, is sun protection. No matter how much you cover up, you will be in the sun. However, as you are going to need a lot of protection, it may not be worth bringing it from home with all the hassle of carrying liquids at the airport.  It will be better to buy it when you arrive. In any case, you will spend a lot of sunscreen there, so in case you have too much, the waste will not be significant.


So close and yet so far at the same time. If you’ve never thought about it, it’s time to get to know these 5 Central American countries you must visit. Its profound nature, historical legacy, extreme activities and affordable prices make Central America one of the most relevant regions for Latin American travelers.

One of the most beautiful destinations in Central America is undoubtedly Semuc Champey, this oasis located in the Guatemalan jungle is a true natural paradise, surrounded by cicadas, clear waters and breathtaking landscapes. This destination is ideal for traveling with the family, with your partner or even with friends. The great variety of ecosystems in Semuc Champey will leave you with your mouth open.

The Blue Hole is a true paradise; this circular formation has a depth of 123 m and in the Ice Age was the entrance to some caves, but at the end of the glaciation these were flooded and formed this natural wonder that captivates everyone who visits it. Immerse yourself and enjoy one of Mother Earth’s greatest gifts. The Blue Hole is considered one of the most beautiful places to dive due to the great variety of marine species in the area, such as the black tiger, turtles, sea sponges and even some types of sharks.

Ambergris Key

BangladeshThe least visited neighbor in South Asia by far is one of the cheapest countries in the world to travel to. Overshadowed by two tourism giants like India and Nepal, Bangladesh falls short of great attractions that catch the eye, which is why so few people dedicate part of their itinerary to it.The experience of traveling to Bangladesh is incomparable to any other, or at least that’s how it felt to me. Because there is so little tourism, any foreigner is a big novelty, and that instantly makes you a celebrity. From invitations to houses to groups of people chasing us to take pictures with me and my partner (or just to take a closer look at us), every day we spent in Bangladesh was an unforgettable anecdote.Cost-wise, traveling in Bangladesh is generally even cheaper than traveling in India. Only in accommodation, having much less variety for different budgets, you will have to calculate a little more.

Sightseeing in Central America

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Check out this article where we talked about the best travel apps. Here you will find translators, interactive maps and many tools to make your route through Central America a real pleasure. The more you plan, the less you will have to improvise once there.

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