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Travel to Panama: a bridge between cultures

Viernes, julio 1st, 2011

The link between Central and South America, Panama has a beautiful cultural diversity, an enviable ecological wealth and a thriving tourist business, and offers the visitor everything that it may interest you. And that is beyond its famous canal, this nation due to its geographical and strategic position was the object of desire of great powers like Spain and the United States and, with attractions for all tastes: islands, coasts and beaches, mountains jungle, cosmopolitan capital, culture, tax-free, Canal Zone … you choose!.

Travel to Panama

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Islands, coasts and beaches:

Only 80 miles separate the Atlantic from the Pacific in Panama. Among the recommended destinations for lovers of the sea, stands the Pearl Islands of Panama in the province, also known for its famous Contadora Island, a quiet corner from which they have enjoyed since the conquistadors and buccaneers of the colonial era to statesmen, businessmen and tourists present. (más…)

Walking in The Moskitia: coast, savannah and jungle

Lunes, enero 17th, 2011

Walking in The Moskitia: coast, savannah and jungle

The exuberance of its vegetation and isolation have kept their people, has made La Moskitia in a booming ecotourism destination. It is not yet exploited in this regard, and most agencies operating in the area just take 3 years organizing facilities and circuits to facilitate access to foreigners who want to know the area.

Moskitia in a booming ecotourism destination

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As mentioned in previous article, The Moskitia is divided into three very distinct areas, the coastline, savannah and rainforest. The arrival by plane takes place in Brus Laguna, one of the main towns where you start the climb up the Rio Platano. If you need to buy a staple or soda type drinks (drinking water is guaranteed in other stops on the circuit), is to buy them in small shops in Brus Laguna. Of this population also supply most peoples settled along the River. (más…)

Ometepe Island – Nicaragua

Martes, junio 29th, 2010

Ometepe is an island in Lake Nicaragua and is something that anyone visiting that country to be missed. There are actually two volcanic islands that have only a few small settlements, and some smaller crops of coffee. The island consists of two active volcanoes, the highest is 1,600 meters: the Madera and Concepción.

Nicaragua May

Photography by Moody75

Its area is about 270 square kilometers and living on the island about 35,000 people, mostly engaged in agriculture, particularly in the cultivation of bananas. One of the most recommended in Ometepe is green Charco Reserve is a nature reserve with abundant wildlife and is located in the southern part of the island. There you can swim, hike and kayak. We also recommend renting a bike and travel around the island on their own. (más…)

The Peninsula of Nicoya, Costa Rica

Martes, junio 23rd, 2009

The Nicoya Peninsula is the largest peninsula of Costa Rica. It lies just south of the North Pacific Coast of the country, across the Gulf of Nicoya Puntarenas. Here are inserted some of the most beautiful beaches and calm, making the peninsula one of the most popular tourist destinations, ideal for lovers of relaxation in the sun surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. (más…)

Guatemala, much to discover!

Sábado, marzo 28th, 2009

The colorful Republic of Guatemala is located in Central America, bordered to the south by the Pacific Ocean, southeast by Honduras and El Salvador, Belize to the east and north and west by Mexico. It offers a wide range of places to meet their visitors, as the wonders of the Central American jungle and the opportunity to attend various festivities Catholic-Mayan. (más…)

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