Costa Rica is a country that has unlimited tourism potential and is considered one of the most frequently visited international destinations. One of Costa Rica’s main sources of revenue is the tourist industry, privileged country for its beautiful beaches, the biodiversity of its numerous national parks and the highest commitment with the environment.
Panama is one of the most developed countries in Central America and has one of the most dynamic and fastest growing economies in the region. The Panama Canal, the Colon Free Zone and the International Banking Center have catapulted this nation as one of the most prosperous countries in Latin America.
Guatemala is located in a privileged spot, right in the center of the American continent making it an important tourist and business center. With a little more than 108,000 square kilometers, Guatemala is divided into 22 departments, among which is located Antigua, beautiful colonial city, a world heritage site and Tikal (Peten Department) cradle of Mayan civilization.
El Salvador’s main attractions include volcanoes, mountains (especially those located in the Cerro Verde National Park), beaches, protected tropical natural areas, and archeological sites dating back to the Mayan civilization.
This is a land that possesses incredible multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, and cultural wealth that is on a new road where solidarity and optimism flourish and with one of the biggest freshwater lakes in the world. With more than 130,000 km2 and a population of 6 million, is one of the countries with the highest growth potential in the region.
Belize is one of the few places remaining virgin on Earth. It offers the best of both worlds, the majesty of the tropical jungles and the mysteries of the ancient Mayas, along with white sand islands and a spectacular 174 miles long coral barrier reef, which places it within the three largest reefs in the world.
Honduras is a vibrant country, bursting with turquoise waters, pristine beaches, lush jungles, impressive mountains, challenging rivers, and fascinating ancient ruins. With its capital Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula as its financial and industrial center, Honduras offers broad opportunities for foreign investment and tourism.