Guatemala is the northern-most country in Central America. The country is most famous for its indigenous culture, which covers over 60% of the country’s population and the fascinating history of The Maya civilization.
Belize is a small country and public transport services are generally regular, reliable and safe. Getting around the country and visiting many of the destinations even on a short visit is very possible.
The smallest and most densely populated country of Central America, El Salvador. At 8,000 square miles in size, El Salvador has a wide variety of activities to offer and all within a maximum of a 3 hour’s drive.
Honduras offers a very broad diversity of things to see and do, and it has been blessed with a rich culture, rainforests and tropical Caribbean islands. What’s more, it offers many attractions like ancient Mayan ruins and colonial villages in Copán.
Nicaragua is Central America’s biggest country and also the most centrally located in the region. It is known as the country of volcanoes and lakes as the numerous volcanoes and beautiful lakes define the landscape.
Costa Rica spans some 200 miles from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea, and the numerous differing landscapes and microclimates that can be traversed in a single day make Costa Rica a unique and desirable destination.
Panama is the most southerly country in Central America and is bordered to the North by Costa Rica and to the South by Colombia. The Darian gap separates these two countries which has no land crossing.