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Latin America Travel Guide – Here Are Five Great Beach Destinations You Should Visit During Your Vacation

Latin America Travel Guide - Here Are Five Great Beach Destinations You Should Visit During Your Vacation
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There are several reasons why it is worth going to the Caribbean. The beaches are not crowded, and the leisure possibilities are numerous. You can surf, see archaeological sites and relax. The long coastline covers different countries, which means that you have a wide choice of destinations.

1. Boca Del Toro, Panama
If you are looking for an amazing beach that is not crowded with people fighting for every inch of sand, then Boca Del Toro is the right choice. This small archipelago comprises of six islands and is becoming more and more popular. Colon Island is the most congested island in the archipelago and is located in the town of Bocas. As for the pristine beaches, the island of Boca del Drago is an ideal place that you can associate with the idylls of the ocean. The palm trees are on the beach and touch the translucent water creating a feeling of relaxation. Tourism development has increased in recent years, but people have managed to preserve the usual identity of nature in the region.

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2. Puerto Viejo Talamanca, Costa Rica
The Afro-Caribbean is in the small town of Puerto Viejo, near the border of Panama, you can explore the Creole culture, intoxicated by the scent of coconut and walk the main streets. This city gives many options for relaxation. Puerto Viejo has become famous, thanks to the famous Salsa Brava surfers, who are not for lovers of this dangerous nautical sport. A merger of big, shallow and overwhelming waves of coral. You can dive or go to the beach in the afternoon or evening, and spend the evening by the fireside while enjoying a sugar cane cocktail.

3. Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Isla Mujeres is off the coastline of the Yucatan peninsula and the Caribbean coast, just 11 km from Cancun. The region is relatively far from the hustle and bustle, despite the proximity to the famous seaside resort, which attracts lovers of warm and sunny beaches and the ancient Mayan culture. The beaches are filled with exotic traditional Mexican charm. The opportunities offered to tourists are as much as diving, hiking, historical monuments. If you are tired of watching the beaches, you can walk to the ancient Mayan ruins and learn about their culture and history. Return to sunset on the beach, to see how the red circle of the sun touches the sea and how to form a beautiful dark time.

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4. Islas de la Bahia, Honduras
This is the second-best dive site in the world after the Great Barrier Reef. The three islands – Roatan Utila and Guanaja are preferred by tourists who do not have much money for a vacation or rely on luxury. On the island, rescues had the lowest rates for diving in the Caribbean. Although most people tour the area because of diving, there are many other ways to be entertained. If you like an adventurous vacation, try living a couple like Robinson Crusoe on a secluded sandy beach.

5. Corn Islands, Nicaragua
Corn islands are one of the major tropical islands with crystal clear water where you can find species of plants and animal. Two islands – Little Corn and Big Corn are relatively far from modern city life, and the bustle and hustle of the continent. The small island can be explored on foot in less than an hour and on the big island you can practice various water sports or take a walk by the jungle, where it meets the waters of the ocean.

6. Boca Del Toro, Panama
If you are looking for an amazing beach that is not crowded with people fighting for every inch of sand, then Boca Del Toro is the right choice. This small archipelago comprises of six islands and is becoming more and more popular. Colon Island is the most congested island in the archipelago and is located in the town of Bocas. As for the pristine beaches, the island of Boca del Drago is an ideal place that you can associate with the idylls of the ocean. The palm trees are on the beach and touch the translucent water creating a feeling of relaxation. Tourism development has increased in recent years, but people have managed to preserve the usual identity of nature in the region.

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