Jungle, sea and sand. The Caribbean coast is one the most biodiverse places in Costa Rica.
Our Costa Rican adventure began by visiting two popular towns; Santa Elena in Monteverde and La Fortuna.
In the heart of Lake Nicaragua lies the island of Ometepe, distinctly shaped by two volcanoes; Concepción and Maderas, the former being the active and tallest volcano (rising to 1610m).
One of the first and oldest colonial cities in Central America. Granada, faces Lake Nicaragua with it’s landscape shaped by it’s volcanoes.
Located 30 miles northeast of the Honduras coast out towards the Caribbean sea, lies a group of islands called the Bay Islands and the largest of them of all is Roatán.
Beyond the cities, Honduras has a lush countryside with historic sites and islands off the Caribbean coast waiting to be explored. A few miles from the Guatemala / Honduras border, lies the Spanish colonial town of Copán.
Panajachel is a small lakeside town and one of Guatemala’s emerging tourism destinations. The great Lake Atitlán is the main attraction here.
This vibrant colonial town with it’s cobbled streets, churches, busy plazas and three volcanoes within it’s vicinity – is one of Guatemala’s most charming colonial cities.
Wild adventures at Rio Dulce (Guatemala) with naturally heated waterfalls, hiking trails and a whole host of water based activities. It is one of our favourite places in Guatemala.
From San Ignacio we crossed borders and entered Guatemala. Our destination was the ancient Mayan city of Tikal, one of the largest excavated Mayan sites in Central America.