Posted on July 25th, 2012

Central & South America Guide Cover



Posted on July 25th, 2012

Introduction: Central & South America Guide 2012

Probably you know that Latin America is the land of the Maya and the Inca; the samba and the tango; sophisticated capital cities and charming colonial towns; nature reserves brilliant with flora and fauna; irresistible handicraft shopping and delicious dining.



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Belize

Belize is wild about Harry, that is, Prince Harry of Great Britain who came calling at the Commonwealth country last March, and got right into the spirit of the islands.



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Costa Rica

There is something very special about Costa Rica, a small country, yet finding room to put out the welcome mat for more than two million visitors who landed last year, mostly at one of two international airports.



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El Salvador

El Salvador may be Central America’s smallest country, but it is filled with lots of things to see and do.



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Guatemala

Guatemala is a country of superlatives: its Mayan treasury of archaeological sites is the most extensive in Central America; its dramatic volcanoes are the region’s highest; its artistic heritage is the most vibrant.



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Honduras

Honduras is blessed with a trio of essential superlatives not to miss. For a place in the sun on tropical beaches, plus fishing and Technicolor scuba diving, book into the Bay Islands, a pristine archipelago that spreads over 92 sq. miles.



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Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the same size as England and Wales combined. In fact, it is Central America’s largest country, one full of such prime visitor attractions as sunny beaches, colonial towns, spectacular lakes, tropical rainforests and volcanoes.



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Panama

Panama’s making headlines—as an under-the-radar eco-playground with jungly interiors, pristine beaches and a steamy party-primed capital. All true.



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Posted on July 24th, 2012

Tour Operators On Board

No sector of the travel industry has been more important in opening up new vacation horizons than the tour operators specializing in Latin America.



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