Thursday, April 19, 2018

Which Central American Country Should I Visit?

If you have never been to Central America before and you only have a short amount of time on
 your hands, you may only be able to visit one of the eight countries in the region. Deciding which
 one is the best option for you can be a tricky task which we are going to try and make a little bit 
easier in this article. So, let’s take a closer look at five of the possible options of countries you 
could visit in Central America.


Most famous for its canal, you may be wondering what else Panama has to offer travellers. Like 
much of the rest of the region, natural wonders from lush jungle to a scenic coastline are in 
abundance here. Panama City is also one of the most developed cities in the region. However, 
you need to be careful on the roads, but the same can be said of plenty of other places in Central

Costa Rica

Costa Rica tends to attract a lot of the visitors to this region, and it is a nation which is blessed 
with biological diversity, unique wildlife and incredible natural wonders including volcanoes and
cloud forests. The capital city is where many people start their journey, and the
 Courtyard San Jose Escazu is a great place to stay if you are coming here. Many people say 
that the nation as a whole has a more safe and secure feeling than neighbouring countries. 
There is plenty of tourist infrastructure already in place which may be a good or a bad thing 
depending on the type of traveller you are!      


Nicaragua has been growing on the tourist scene in recent years, and there are plenty of 
reasons why this is the case. In terms of urbanised areas, there are lots of pretty little colonial 
towns. There is no shortage of natural wonders, the people are friendly, and it also has the 
advantage of being a very affordable place to visit.


Varied, interesting and engaging, the landscape Guatemala is simply stunning. The ruins of 
Tikal are a less well-known Machu Picchu, while you can also get away from the tourist trail all 
along the coastline. This is the kind of place where you can see everything from lava erupting
 from a volcano to sea turtles dotted all over the beach.


Though there may be a bit of debate about where or not Mexico should be included on the list, it 
is certainly a country which everyone should visit at some point during their lives. From the small
 towns to the big cities, this is a country which is bursting full of life. You don’t simply have to stay
 where all the tourists go to have a good time - and you will probably find that many of the negative
 stereotypes don’t ring true.

Now that you have an overview, hopefully, you have a bit of a better idea about which Central 
American country is the one for you to visit.  

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