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Cheap flights to Central America and the Caribbean

Cheap Flights to Central America

At the southernmost tip of North America, cluster seven of the most biologically diverse and ecologically beautiful countries to make up Central America. Belize, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvadore, and Panama, host a combined population of approximately forty-three million. With freshwater lakes, miles of ocean-hugging beaches, active volcanoes, and lush rainforest, Central America offers a plethora of tourist attractions for every type of traveler. Bordered by thePacific Ocean to the southwest, the Caribbean Sea to the northeast, and the sparkling seas of the Gulf of Mexico to the North, this entire collection of countries is an ideal budget-friendly destination for travellers.

Best Time To Book Flights to Central America

Sunny days and warm sunshine saturate Central America virtually year-round, making each of its seven countries enticing destinations at any time of year. The typical dry season from November through to May offers toasty temperatures and dryer climate across most of Central America, yet the wet season across the traditional Summer months do not dampen tourism. Rivers run higher and lush rainforests explode with greenery. Keeping in mind unkempt roads may be washed out, each season ensures Central American visitors experience pristine ecosystems. With so much of the year offering ideal temperatures, it's easy to schedule a flight with Skyscanner's flight comparison tool.

Getting To Central America

Playing host to seven international airports, one in each of its comprising countries, Central America is easily accessible by air, and with its ever-growing tourism, it needs to be. With Belize boasting English as it's official language, travelling to and exploring this beautiful country is hardly daunting. Costa Rica and Panama also take pride in their widespread English, with Nicaragua and El Salvador closely following suit.

What To Do In Central America

The most visited nation in Central America is Costa Rica, and with its abundance eco-tourism, it is easy to see why. Extensive national parks and protected areas offer tourists a glimpse into lush rainforests and the chance to give something back to Mother Nature with tours that include releasing baby sea turtles back into the ocean. Belize benefits from its quickly expanding tourist industry, welcoming experienced deep-sea divers and first-time snorkelers alike to the popular Great Blue Hole reef just offshore. Ever had the desire to surf down a volcano? For many, the thought has never crossed into a reality; in Nicaragua's Leon, this wild ride has been crafted into an adrenaline-pumping art form for the adventurous tourist. Guatamala City, the largest and most populous city in Central America, delivers a delight to the senses, with sights, sounds, and city-scapes sprawling outwards from Zone One in the historic center. From breathtaking mountain tops to flourishing seabeds, abundant rainforests to endless sandy beaches, Central America encapsulates all an eco-seeking traveler can crave.

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