The 10 best tourist sites in Central America
Currently it has become one of the most popular diving spots, not only in Belize, but also in the whole world. The reason is the richness of its seabed, as it is home to different animal species such as nurse sharks, giant groupers, the Caribbean reef shark or the black tip shark.
Another of the most important points of interest is the Arenal Volcano and La Fortuna National Park. The Arenal Volcano is a natural wonder of great beauty and used to be one of the most active volcanoes in the country. It is distinguished worldwide for being one of the most perfect conical volcanoes.
In its surroundings you can also visit the Arenal Volcano National Park, Lake Arenal or La Fortuna Waterfall. In addition, it is an ideal place for all types of travelers, whether you like relaxation or adventure. It has hot springs, waterfalls, lakes, caves, forests and beautiful traditional style streets, such as those of the town of La Fortuna, which is located very close to the base of the volcano.
Most visited places in Central America
Bangladesh By far the least visited neighbor in South Asia, Bangladesh 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.
10 tourist sites in the americas
Also, the magazine decided to highlight that one of the most striking features of Antigua Guatemala was that it was surrounded by the different volcanoes of Agua Fuego and Acatenango, which undoubtedly gave it a magical touch. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR VIVE NEWSLETTER
Facts about Antigua Guatemala Antigua Guatemala is 50 kilometers from Guatemala City and was declared a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1979. One of the most iconic details of the Colonial City is the historic Arch of Santa Catalina, which served as a passageway for the cloistered nuns of the convent of the same name.
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