CENTRAL AMERICA

The historical town of Flores

UNMISSABLE THINGS TO DO-FLORES GUATEMALA

Flores seems a bit extinct and boring, but undoubtedly a beautiful town. Also, a starting point to the famous Mayan ruins Tikal. The greatest extent travelers based in Flores for Tikal, as there’s an amount of accommodations offer. However, there isn’t much to do in Flores. Also, Belize is close by, likely most of the travelers pursue their trip by crossing the border. One may wonder why this place is so popular, not only for Tikal. The truth is: We have …

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A boat sail in the peaceful river of Rio Dulce

ONE DAY IN RIO DULCE- A PERFECT STOPOVER

Rio Dulce the stunning beauty has made one of the most beautiful destinations in Guatemala. As soon you go up the river and see the fishermen’s houses on stilts, and the tropical forests you’re like in a different universe. The quietness and tranquility are so relaxing. The small village often skipped by travelers due to limitation on public transportation, or some say it is an ugly town. There isn’t much to do, but if you are looking for a place …

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Fisherman's boat with volcano on the back ground in Santiago

LAKE ATITLAN GUATEMALA TWO DAYS ITINERARY

Guatemala doesn’t seem a top destination in Central America. Basically, there is so much to see and do. However, with our little time, we managed to set Lake Atitlan on the itinerary. The beautiful Lake Atitlan is inevitable, a must on everyone’s list. Who doesn’t want to see the clear blue water? Massive volcanoes and charming villages surround this beautiful lake. Most people spend a couple of days to hike the volcanoes or visit the towns around the lake, which …

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PACAYA VOLCANO GUATEMALA

TREK TO ACTIVE PACAYA VOLCANO GUATEMALA

During our trip to Guatemala, we haven’t planned on visiting an active volcano. However, while in Antigua, we saw a lot of offers, a hike to Pacaya volcano, and very tempting, especially seeing the picture. I was uncertain about it, especially of the recent eruption in 2014. But the sentiment of doubtful was directly my answer, why not. It would be another luxurious experience to see an active volcano. I have been to an active volcano in Nicaragua and Costa …

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Beautiful renowned arch of Antigua Guatemala

TOPMOST THINGS TO DO, ANTIGUA GUATEMALA

Winter in Europe, we wanted to escape the cold for a while in December. We have primarily started this trip to Cuba, where we spent one week touring this part of the Caribbean. Afterward, we flew to El Salvador — visiting four countries of Central America: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Belize for three weeks. It was a tough trip, crossing borders, and the long bussing journey, but was a great adventure. After two night stay in El Tunco Beach, we took …

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BELIZE CITY AND THE RIVER

THE GATEWAY TO THE ISLANDS – THINGS TO DO!

Visiting five countries in one trip was a hell of an adventure! Belize became independent from the United Kingdom 1981, the only country in Central America where the official language is English! Traveling for three weeks in the Spanish land didn’t realize how easy it was to speak and understand the English language — no more mumbling Spanish. When planning a trip to Central America, Belize didn’t come up on the plan. However, we’d like to spend on the last …

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San Pedro, Ambegris Caye, Belize

DON’T MISS ANYTHING – SEVEN THINGS TO DO!

We made a great decision to stay in the neighboring island. However, for some reason, Ambergris is not too bad at all. As the largest island of Belize, you have many options on accommodation, dining, and shopping. Also, the coolest thing, they have beaches. One thing to consider if staying in Ambergris, the prices are high. Is great to make a day trip, the island is easily accessible from Belize City and Caye Caulker. Coming from Caye Caulker we bought …

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Caye Caulker, Belize

NINE THINGS TO DO IN CAYE CAULKER

Belize was our last stop in Central America after touring for three weeks. We crossed the border from Flores Guatemala, which is five hours away. Why Caye Caulker? I guess everyone comes with the same reason, chilling! From the moment you get off the ferry, the first thing you see are the golf carts, the bright blue sea, and the waving palm trees. This beautiful island of the Carribean coast is inevitable and popular for backpackers and season travelers. It …

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The mural in Copan Ruinas Honduras

COPAN HONDURAS, THE MAYAN RUINS

When planning a trip to Central America, it didn’t come right away to set Honduras on the list. However, when I search on Copan Ruinas seems fair enough to sniff the atmosphere, it reminds me of El Tunco in El Salvador. On this trip, we were visiting four countries in Central America such as; El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, not to mentioned Belize! We feel safer from the three lands than in Belize itself. We’re also aware of the violent …

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The surrounding of El Tunco Beach El Salvador

EL TUNCO, EL SALVADOR

It was a bit faltering when planning the trip; especially you hear a horrible reputation of the country. Crime still a massive problem in El Salvador, but as long as you follow the tourist track, there’s nothing to be worried. The commiseration of the country’s reputation is affecting the local people, and affright visitors. Don’t search too much information about crime and violence; it only ruins your plan. How more I read about it how more I scared to go. …

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