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From plunging gorges, tropical jungle and blissful beaches in Mexico, to towering volcanoes, abundant wildlife, bustling cities, Mayan ruins and temples stretching from Guatemala to Panama, there are a thousand spectacles to encounter in Central America. Rich and diverse cultures await, both ancient and modern, with fascinating history adding another dimension to your vacation.

Mexico, with its colonial towns, plunging gorges, tropical jungle and blissful beaches, possesses a wealth of alluring treats for travelers, and its location on the migration corridor for whales and monarch butterflies ensures plenty for wildlife enthusiasts too. Add to this the stunning scenery and colorful cultures of Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama, and you’d be hard-pushed to know where to start in Central America. There is so much to see here, stretching from the Pacific coast to the Caribbean coast, ensuring a richness and variety that makes this vibrant region so enchanting.

Adventurous travelers will be spoiled for choice, with a playground of dense jungle, towering volcanoes, huge reefs, wild river rapids and shimmering lakes playing home to magnificent wildlife, as well as fascinating colonial cities, ancient Mayan ruins, temples and steep pyramids; this region is rich with life and spectacle.

 

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Costa Rica Family Wildlife Adventure

Central Valley, Corcovado National Park, La Fortuna and Papagayo Bay

A wonderful introduction to Costa Rica that is ideal for families looking for a combination of off the beaten track adventure, wildlife in the Osa Peninsula, the Arenal volcano followed by the ultimate relaxing beach break at the exclusive Andaz Papagayo.

Best for: Family, Wildlife, Adventure, Eco/ethical tourism

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