Spanning from the Arctic Circle in the northern-most part of Canada to tropical rainforests and volcanoes in Costa Rica and Guatemala, there's a broad array of landscapes to be discovered in North and Central America, and a real melting-pot of cultures and histories, from Inuits and French-speaking cities in Canada, the immigrant heritage of the United States of America, and the Aztec, Mayan and Spanish colonial cultural influences to be found in the Central American countries of Mexico, Guatemala, and Costa Rica. The countries that make up North and Central America are so astoundingly mixed and different, they just have to be explored!

USA

From the cosmopolitan metropolis of Manhattan in New York, with its excellent Broadway shows and iconic skyline, to the hedonism and dazzling lights of Las Vegas, the palm-lined beaches of Miami, the liberalism of San Francisco and its iconic Golden Gate Bridge and rolling hills, and from Niagara Falls to the Grand Canyon, arid deserts, and flourishing National Parks the USA offers a smorgasbord of activities and interests.
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Canada

​Canada is a kaleidoscopic mixture of dazzling natural beauty, vibrant and eclectic cities and different cultures from French-speaking to the indigenous Inuit people. Stretching from the US in the south right up to the Arctic Circle in its north, you'll find a smorgasbord of landscapes, and nature lovers will love Canada's plethora of moose, elk, bison, polar bears, and more. Canada's great outdoors is a veritable playground for adventurers year-round. But its cities are cultural hubs just waiting to entice you, with as much in Canada to entice culture vultures as there is for the thrill seekers and nature lovers.
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Mexico

​Visit Mexico and tuck into tacos, tequila, tradition, and more! Famous for its glorious golden beaches, its diverse landscape of mountains, deserts and jungles, and a rich history showcased by scatterings of ancient Aztec and Mayan ruins, tree-lined Spanish colonial towns - whether you're a history buff, a foodie, culture vulture, beach bunny, or adventurer, there’s something enticing for you in Mexico. ​
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Guatemala

Guatemala is blessed with a rich mixture of steep volcanoes, tropical rainforests, and ancient Mayan sites. Its capital – Guatemala city – is home to cultural gems and a vibrant and lively nightlife, while the charming city of Antigua boasts well preserved Spanish colonial buildings. When not soaking up the culture, there’s plenty of time to get an adrenaline rush for thrill seekers – or you can simply relax on an unspoilt beach.​
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Costa Rica

​A rugged, rainforested country with coastlines on both the Caribbean and Pacific, it’s no wonder that Costa Rica is famous for its beaches, volcanoes and immense biodiversity. Home to a rich abundance of wildlife including spider monkeys and quetzal birds, Costa Rica is an ideal for nature lovers. Its capital, San Jose, boasts ornate Spanish colonial monuments and architecture. ​
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Cuba

Cadillacs and cigars, sun-kissed beaches and rolling mountains, salsa and rum, Havana and Hemingway…the colourful Caribbean island of Cuba boasts well-preserved Spanish colonial architecture in the heart of the 16th-century Old Havana, one of the best golf courses in the Caribbean, and a rich marine life ideal for diving. With the dance clubs and cabaret shows performed at the famous Tropicana, there’s a great nightlife too.
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Caribbean and Bahamas

Achingly beautiful islands set in sapphire blue waters, with world-class beaches, top resorts and water sports, lush forests, and astonishingly vibrant flora and fauna, intriguing colonial pasts, and tropical parties, each destination in the Caribbean and Bahamas has its own flavour and something of its own to offer.
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