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Visit Central America
Visit Central America
At times described as one of the sub regions of the Americas, this vast region contains 7 countries. Costa Rica, El Salvador, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama and Nicaragua. Four fifths of the area is made up with hilly mountains and with around 40 volcanic zones. Roughly 1100 miles long you will be surprised to know that Central America is only 30 miles wide at it’s narrowest point and no location is more than 125 miles away from the Ocean.
The climate, as you would expect in Central America is Tropical, mainly due to it’s close proximity to the sea and as such the rain is heaviest between the warmer months of May through to November. The cooler and drier months obviously fall outside of this time.
Agriculture and manufacturing make up a large part of the economy. However Tourism has increased in the more popular countries such as Costa Rica and Belize.
For the history buffs of this world you will know that some of the oldest civilizations in the world have come from this area, particularly the Mayan people. Large cities began to spring up in the early part of the 1st millennium which went onto form Guatemala and Honduras. Examples of this culture, and many others can be found doted around the region and make for popular excursions for the adventure tourists.
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