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Central America and the Caribbean

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Travel from Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio in Costa Rica, Dunn's River Falls in Jamaica, to El Yunque National Forest in Puerto Rico and everywhere else in-between.

When planning a trip to the Caribbean, reggae, sun and beaches come to mind. But for those seeking a little extra spice, you can dive in Curaçao at full moon, gaze at the stars in Antigua, hike through a cloud forest in Puerto Rico or go for a tropical birdwatching in Trinidad and Tobago.

Must-see sights.

There are places that leave an indelible mark on you – Central America and the Caribbean are no exception. They are different in many respects, yet similar in authenticity and beauty. At every turn, you will be in awe at what lays ahead.

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El Morro.

San Juan, Puerto Rico
El Morro has been a stronghold for many years and is now an iconic landmark which serves as a reminder of its volatile past. The fort has a lot of history and fascinating stories. Drop in and be wowed by the total experience.

Colon Cemetery.

Havana, Cuba
One of the main tourist attractions in Havana Cuba and perhaps one of the most remarkable cemeteries in the world, the Colon Cemetery is 22 blocks-long with an estimated 2 million burial plots. Full of history and opulence, it is truly a sight to see.

Semuc Champey.

Semuc Champey is a natural paradise in Guatemala where you can spend the day water tubing, diving from waterfalls and swimming in the turquoise, blue pools. Soak up the beauty while soaking up the fun.
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