On the map, it’s nothing more than a narrow land corridor rising between the Pacific and the Caribbean Sea – a natural cleave of sorts, separating the competing tides.
In reality, Central America is like a fiesta for the senses. From its coral filled azure waters and
white sand beaches, to the verdant green of its rain forests, there’s no escaping the visual cues
that have captured the imagination of travelers for centuries.
A true travel lover though takes it all in – the screech and squawk of a green macaw in the rain
forest, or the tastes and smells of fried plantains or corn tortillas emanating from an open-air
café. Here, nature, the land, and food are inexorably linked, which is why sustainable travel
lovers have come to love Central America and its people.