Harris, as a woman of color, thought those Guatemala and Mexico would love her because of it. News Alert: Color buys you nothing down South.
Food does not come from the grocery store; knowing not only where, but how, quality, fresh foods come has spawned a new type of tourism travel - agritourism
Central America's Belize continues to provide new archeological insight into an ancient culture. Now they have unearthed the burial tomb of leaders from the Snake Dynasty
Travel and safety tips on avoiding the Zika virus for travelers making their summer vacation plans.
Traveling with a reputable adventure group can make sure that your vacation is perfect, well planned, memorable and worth a once in a lifetime investment.
44,000 people were evacuated from their homes on Kyushu, and nine died in a 6.4 quake. On Saturday, a 7.8 earthquake left 238 dead and 1500 injured in Ecuador.
Touring Costa Rican farms where coffee, cocoa and vanilla are harvested is not only fun, but educational as we learn where some of our favorite things come from
The Golden Triangle of Nicaragua includes San Juan Del Sur, Ometepe Island and Granda and nestled within is Rancho Chilamate and a host of spectacular experiences.
NICARAGUA, January 6, 2013 — While Nicaragua is still refining its tourism infrastructure and service, it is poised to re-introduce itself and share its natural treasures with the world. Recovering from years of civil war and a major earthquake in 1972 that caused widespread damage in Managua, Nicaragua has seen its share of toil. Now, ...
Caye Caulker is one of the islands that sits off the coast of Belize, a small nation located in Central America whose coastline is entirely on the Caribbean Sea; the only nation in Central America that does not have land along the North Pacific Ocean to the west.
A trip to the Belize Barrier Reef is on the schedule as is time just sitting at the “split,” a spot designed to inspire, one can easily imagine one of the beat generation poets, enjoying the romantic view of the shallow, turquoise waters that intersects the island.
On December 21, 2012, or 22.214.171.124.0, the Mayan Long Jump calendar comes to an end. Depending on whom you are speaking with, this has a variety of meanings from the end of the world to a new global awakening of spirituality and peace.
By Julie Becker and Christian Toto Turquoise blue waters welcome you before your plane even lands. Glancing out the window, dark green tones standout amid the sparkling blue green expanse. Those darker areas provide a first glimpse to anextensive barrier reef, which stretches about 185 miles and was heralded by Charles Darwin as “the most ...