Category: central America

Central America. 6 Weeks. 4 Countries. $2650. Part 5 – How to Plan a Trip to Central America

That’s right! We went to Central America for 6 Weeks, visited 4 Countries, and spent $2650 per person. And you can too!! Part 5 – How to Plan a Trip to Central America Step 1: Determine Your Time Frame Although Central America looks small, don’t…

Central America. 6 Weeks. 4 Countries. $2650. Part 4 – Belize

That’s right! We went to Central America for 6 Weeks, visited 4 Countries, and spent $2650 per person. (And you could too!) Here’s where we went and what we did! Part 4: Belize Getting In Coming from Honduras, we took the Pride of Belize from…

Central America. 6 Weeks. 4 Countries. $2650. Part 2 – Guatemala

That’s right! We went to Central America for 6 Weeks, visited 4 Countries, and spent $2650 per person. (And you could too!) Here’s where we went and what we did! Part 2: Guatemala Getting In We found a steal of a deal on a flight…

Sailing the San Blas – Bienvenido a América del Sur!

Well, the time had come to say Adios to Central America and cross into Colombia. As you probably already know, there are no roads connecting Panama and Colombia, and the dense mountainous jungles in between are known as the Darien Gap. Crossing on foot…

The Labryrinth of Panama

Well it was time to leave the beautiful Jungle and the Osa Peninsula. We collected our belongings, including one sack of dirty, musty laundry each, and took the ferry (uctual ferry this time) from Puerto Jiminez to Gulfito. We then caught the bus that…

A Wild Jungle Adventure – Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica

Well, after exploring the city of San Jose and being derailed from our plan to head to Puerto Viejo on the Caribbean side, we needed to decide what to see in Costa Rica. Costa Rica is a natural gem with incredible wildlife, mountains, volcanoes,…

Leon, Ometepe Island, and San Jose

Well, it was time to leave Playa Tunco, so we took a direct shuttle from there to Leon, Nicaragua for $50 US. Aside from leaving 2 hours after the departure time, the shuttle was quite nice with air conditioning, WiFi, and plenty of space….

¡Que Surpresa! Playa Tunco, El Salvador

Well, it was time to leave Guatemala and the route shifted slightly again. Since we had visited so many ruins, we decided to skip Copan in Honduras. There are many wonders in Guatemala and the USD goes far. I will definitely return to this…

El Mundo Maya de Belice y Guatemala

Well, we left beautiful Caye Caulker via water taxi and returned to Belize City. We jumped on a bus and a few hours later we were in San Ignacio, Belize. San Ignacio, a small town close to the Guatemalan border, is home to Cahel…

Caye Caulker, Belize

Waking up early in Playa del Carmen, we decided we must make a move. So, we purchased our tickets for the overnight bus from Playa to Belize City (530 pesos) and, luckily, got the last two seats!  We were able to ditch the large…

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