The Northern Triangle of Central America: Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. This trio of Latin American nations is the poorest region in the Western Hemisphere. But economic matters are just one aspect of this gorgeous region. More important is the incredible wealth packed here that isn’t money. Cathedrals, Mayan ruins, and volcanoes are only three aspects of a region rich in history, culture, nature, and food.
Our Central America tour will show you the top sights in all three nations. You’ll start in El Salvador. Here you’ll tour the capital, San Salvador. This vibrant capital is embracing the modern world with open arms. Prepare to meet the mayor, Mauricio Vilanova, who will show you his bold vision for a new El Salvador. A drive to Honduras, and you’ll be at the UNESCO site of Copan—once the beating heart of Mayan civilization. Guatemala will show you the Spanish colonial city of Antigua. From there, a stunning hike up the Pacaya Volcano awaits you. That’s just the start. There’s so much to do on this tour and so little space to write about it. Just trust us. There’s no region more beautiful than Central America.
Our current upcoming group tours can be seen below. They are all guaranteed departures.
We run one trip per year to the Northern Triangle countries of Central America.
Our tours are set to a maximum of 16 people per group.
The region is visa free for most nationalities.
Our tours are priced at £1,245 per person. Rooms are on a twin basis.
Single supplement is priced at £245, or we can allocate someone for you to share with (subject to availability).
Deposit required to confirm your booking is £250.
Please note that this tour may involve police patrols.
We take relevant security precautions, however we advise you to consider the nature of this tour carefully before booking.
Please note that standard travel insurance policies may not be valid due to the nature of this tour. Please contact us for more information. For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information, click here