There are many words you can use to describe Central America, a continent sandwiched between Atlantic and Pacific ocean. While it may only be the size of Texas, Central America is a medley of iconic cities and a rich ecosystems bringing this continent to life. A skinny land bridge connecting North and South America doesn’t look like much on a map but looks have never be more deceiving. While political instability and civil unrest have shied travellers away from visiting this region of the world, Central America’s flora, fauna and eye popping landscapes combine together into an unbeatable package. Whether you’re blazing some rainforest trails or sampling some authentic cuisine, the time of your life awaits you in Central America, all you have to do is find it.
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