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Central America

Mysterious Maya pyramids, tropical nature and pulsating metropolises

Unique cultures, foggy jungles & UNESCO World Heritage sites

Like a bridge between North and South America, with the Caribbean Sea to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It is a popular destination for tourists interested in eco-tourism, adventure travel, F. e. exploring Mayan ruins.
Central America is known for its historical significance, rich cultural diversity, and natural beauty. The region is characterized by beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, volcanoes, and a wide variety of wildlife. It has a mix of indigenous and European cultures, with a strong influence from Spanish colonialism.


Fascinating contrasts

From the inscrutable depths of the rainforest to vibrant metropolises and ancient Maya cultural sites – Central America is blessed with fascinating contrasts, -an amazing abundance of nature and culture. Colonial influence, irrepressible joie de vivre, and exciting history merge into a fascinating picture. 

Enjoy the stunning wonders of Central America, from historic ports to tropical oases. Discover small ports and stunning coastlines, immersing yourself in truly extraordinary gems. Also, the Panama Canal is a true highlight in this region with a series of locks and artificial lakes. From Guatemala to Panama, there are vibrant and capital cities that are truly worth a visit. These cities vary in size, culture, and economic significance but collectively contribute to the diverse and vibrant landscape of Central America.


Central America is home to a diverse range of wildlife, thanks to its varied ecosystems, including rainforests, cloud forests, mangrove swamps, savannas, and coastal regions.
A few examples are the jaguar, howler monkey, sloth, toucan, and a wide variety of marine life, including colorful fish, sharks, and rays. Conservation efforts are ongoing to protect these unique and diverse species and their habitats. 

Countries in regio Central America

Cruises operators in Central America