"Map of Central America." Livonia Church of Christ. 9 February 2006
There are many reasons to take a vacation: to relax, to experience another culture, to visit a place that you've never been to before. But where could you go if you were interested in "taking only pictures, leaving only footsteps"?
Isla de Ometepe - Nicaragua (English) Ometepe means "between two hills," in Nahuatl, the indigenous language of Nicaragua, and Isla de Ometepe is 276 square kilometers of pristine forest, archeological treasure troves, wildlife, and culture worth studying for months, but enjoyed in a few days.
Cuero & Salada Nature Preserve - Honduras (English) The reserve comprises of 132 km2 of wetlands and coastline, and was designated a protected area in 1986 because of it’s endangered Manatee population also there was a need to protect some of Honduras’ coastal wetlands.
Iguana Island - Panama (English) Iguana Island Wildlife Refuge seven kilometers from the coast of Los Santos , is a popular attraction. The island is fifty-eight hectares wide with nine kilometers of seashore.
Montecristo National Park - El Salvador (English) This “international” park borders El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, and is home to a great diversity of plants, birds and mammals, including rare spider monkeys, pumas, toucans, striped owls and more.
Biotopo Cerro Cahui - Guatemala (Spanish) Here you will see the brillant colors of the many varieties of toucans, parrots and falcons. In the jungle, there are more than 20 species of animals, such as spider monkeys, deer and ocelots.