The new online show will feature over 40 operators from Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua and will showcase a variety of product for travel in 2021.
For the tourist, Central America has it all - stunning volcanic scenery, world-class beaches, trekking, natural wonders, archaeological sites, and culture by the bucket-load. With the region keen to promote multi-stop trips to European travellers, Eleanor Hawkins here visits El Salvador and Honduras to find out what is on offer in these most exotic of destinations.
This weekend sees the opening of the 11th Central America Travel Market, this year held in San Salvador. The event welcomes more than 100 European wholesalers to the destination to discuss Central American travel opportunities for the coming year. Eleanor Hawkins drops in to find out more for Breaking Travel News.
Mad, bad and dangerous to know. There’s no denying that El Salvador doesn’t have the best reputation. The popular media doesn’t seem to be prepared to give the smallest country in Central America a chance, but should the tourist? Phil Sharp takes a tour in search of answers.
Spread across a mountainous slice of Central America immediately south of Mexico, Guatemala is the quintessential exotic destination for European travellers – well off the beaten track. However, loaded with incredible natural, historical and cultural appeal, the country is gaining traction as a tourism hotspot, making now the ideal time to visit. As part of a multi-stop trip to Central America, Phil Sharp here finds out more for Breaking Travel News.
The Central America Tourism Agency (CATA), which represents Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, has launched a pan-European campaign to maintain the steady growth of European travellers to the region.