Exploring the underwater world of Dos Ojos, one of the most popular cenotes in the Yucatán Peninsula, is a must-do on any trip to Mexio.
Central America Travel Blogs
These are all of our Central America travel blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
Central America is where it all started for us, it’s where we shot our first series. We travelled all the way down from Mexico to Panama visiting all eight countries in Central America shooting a different episode in each one.
It’s almost impossible to pick a favourite country in Central America, but we will go out on a limb and pick a couple of our favourite experiences for you! We absolutely loved our time in Guatemala, even when we were caught up in a political protest! Also, the hiking in Nicaragua is just out of this world. We like to think we’re experts on Central America so make sure you read all our Central America travel blogs!
I knew Cenote Angelita was a dive site like no other, truly a once in a life time experience, but I never expected it to be anything like this.
Panama reached a significant milestone for us – it was the end of our trip. Here’s what Macca and Brianna got up to in their final country together.
Panama City is a place like no other in Central America. It is fast-paced, modern and vibrant, so much so it has been dubbed the Miami of Central America.
Our stop in Bocas del Toro was filled with days on turquoise waters, delicious eats and a few too many dance moves (after a few too many juices).
If you’re travelling through Central America and looking for some cool bars and an amazing time, then these are the places to go to for an epic party!
With a bunch of adrenaline adventures and wonderful wildlife Costa Rica has loads going for it, so Macca and Brianna went to if all the hype’s worth it.
If you’re looking for some things to do in Puerto Viejo, check out what we got up to at the Jaguar Rescue Center and in the chocolate forest of Caribeans.
Ziplining in Monteverde is basically a rite of passage for any visitor in Costa Rica, and not even my fear of heights was going to get in my way from doing it.
Is it safe to eat street food in Central America? Well, here are some hints and tips on eating street food in Central America and how to avoid getting ill.
Feeling refreshed and rejuvenated, Nicaragua represented a country where Macca and Brianna went back to basics, back to pure backpacking.
With beautiful views of volcanoes and truly magical sunsets all around the island, Ometepe is well worth seeing while in Nicaragua.
Day two of hiking with Queztaltrekkers saw us hiking to the top of Volcan El Hoyo before swimming in the crater lake of Laguna Asososca. Another unreal day.
Day one of hiking with Quetzaltrekkers saw us volcano boarding down Cerro Negro in Nicaragua hitting speeds of nearly 100kph. Just pure adrenaline.
After travelling through Central America I would argue that a michelada moment is the perfect way to unwind for the day. Refreshing, rejuvenating, just perfect.
León seems to be one of those cities that backpackers and travellers use as a stepping stone in Central America, but it really is so much more than that.
Looking for some down time, Macca and Brianna certainly found it in El Salvador where they had the opportunity to kick back and relax for a few days.
Honduras seemed to come with a lot of travel warnings, but that didn’t stop Macca and Brianna from travelling there and seeing it for themselves.