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Sleep at the base of a Maya temple

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Glamping has taken on an ancient air in Guatemala, where couples willing to pay the price can make camp in the ruined city of Yaxha.
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Garífuna life in Belize

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Despite being declared endangered by the United Nations, there are still vibrant communities of Garinagu people along Belize’s southern coast.


Step back in time in Guatemala

A strong Maya tradition pervades this Central American country, where women weave traditional textiles and men make offerings to mystical wooden idols.


Beyond the Headlines

Central America’s shift in safety

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While cocaine-producing Colombia and cocaine-transiting Mexico are plagued by government warnings, the narco-trafficking corridor in-between is relatively free of travel alerts.
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Nicaragua’s legendary surf camps

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Less crowded than Costa Rica and safer than El Salvador, Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast offers big swells, cheap lodging and free-flowing cervezas for the perfect surf-camp combo.
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El Salvador rises from the ashes

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Despite its violent past, a new era is dawning in Central America’s secret garden, with doors re-opening to travellers and heartfelt welcomes from the locals standing behind them.
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