A captivating confluence of cultures, wildlife, spectacular nature, Mayan ruins, marine life and two expansive coasts – the Pacific and the Caribbean – the draws of Central America are difficult to ignore.
Encounter misty cloud forest and errant sloths in Costa Rica, wander ancient Mayan ruins in Mexico, Copan and Tikal, cruise the amazing feat of engineering that is the Panama Canal, and unwind in Belize on the Caribbean coast with its sandy beaches and relaxed rhythms. Experience a mish-mash of cultures; wander lively markets and the cobbled streets of colonial towns, be intoxicated by Cuban music, culture and rum, and snorkel spectacular coral reefs.
Whether you are after a comprehensive itinerary or a country-specific holiday, a family-friendly getaway or a laidback cruise, our tour consultants have travelled extensively in the region and can recommend the best. They can help you choose a tour or create a tailor-made itinerary, right down to the mode of transport and the accommodation.
You may stay in luxurious resorts and spas, remote eco-lodges, jungle hideaways and local haciendas, depending on your preferences – no matter the choice; be prepared to be embraced by the wonders of Central America.
See the sights of Central America come to life in the Latin America brochure.
Experience jungle walks, Mayan temples, superb snorkelling and isolated island retreats.
A nature-lover’s paradise with volcanoes, cloud forests, coffee plantations and lush rainforests.
Uncover Cuba’s colourful heritage, intriguing history, lush interior and splendid beaches.
Wander colonial towns, visit coffee plantations and explore volcanic scenery.
Wander cobblestone streets in colonial cities, Mayan sites and jungles teeming with wildlife.
Visit pristine rainforests, white sandy beaches and the ancient Mayan ruins of Copan.
Explore Mayan and Aztec ruins, tropical rainforests, colonial cities and stunning beaches.
Discover colourful Latin life and colonial history, alongside pretty scenery of volcanoes and lakes.
Enjoy sun-soaked beaches and the second largest rainforest in the Western hemisphere.