Travel Helpers Central America
There are currently 34 Travel Helpers for Central America. Please remember that these Travel Helpers provide information on a volunteer basis and when they take the time to help you that a thank you is highly appreciated! They are listed below in order of their last activity on Travellerspoint.
Cycled through Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama
Just spent alot of time in Central America! Drove the pan-am. Speak spanish. Love this part of the world!!
Helpful reliable info!! Ask and you shall recieve!
Hi everyone. I've been lucky enough to travel to 78 countries and 40 of them as a solo female so I know a bit about travelling alone :) My solo countries are: Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, South Africa, Nepal, Mongolia, Bhutan, China, India, Hungary, Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Canada, Guatemala, Holland, Germany, Czech Republic, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Bosnia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Peru, Italy, France, Monaco, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Ireland.
I have been a frequent traveller to Jamaica and can help with questions concerning Montego Bay, Negril, Ocho Rios and Runaway Bay areas. My background is that of pharmacologist so I can help with information concerning vaccinations, medications, etc. also.
if you want to know something about El Salvador, send me a mesage... the best country of al central america..... beatifull beaches, great food hotels and music :) you will realy have a good time here!!
I LIVE IN COSTA RICA, I AM AN EASY GOING PERSON, WILLING TO HELP YOU
My name is John Rica and i want to go Central America in next month but i don't know about this country so my question is which place is best to traveling in Central America, i wanted to see beautiful beach, hotel ,restaurants, So anybody have any idea about Central America country then please share with me
Travelled for 3 months fromm Guatemala to Panama
I am an actual Ireland travel specialist
If you are in central america I can help with pretty much anyting I think. Where and when to go.
Good backpacker tips :D
If you like to travel like the locals I got some tips...
Travelled 3 months in Guatemala, Southern Mexico and Cuba. Three places very different, but each worth a visit. If you go to Guatemala please make sure to pay your respects to the people and let them know you care! They are a wonderful people. I volunteered there and will never forget them. Mexico is like "Little America" even though they don't like Americans, but it is beatiful and some places you can still see some of the old culture.
Cuba...CUBA!!!! Cuba can never be explained - you just have to live it. We stayed with some different locals and went around most of the island. Stay away from the more turisty places - it's NOT Cuba. Eat where the locals eat, dance where the locals dance - if you pay with peso, you know you get your money's worth.
Ask away or visit my homepage to see some fotos.
I have lived and worked in Central America
Hi everyone! I've been living in Central America for well over 7 years and have traveled it extensively via: backpacker, and now progressed to family travel from camping and lodging in rustic cabins to mid range to resort travel.
Let's just say I've taken full advantage of my time here and love to help who ever is coming here.
So please ask away!
We (husband and I) have recently travelled by bus through Guatemala and Costa Rica and the northern part of Mexico (Copper Canyon).
i've gone to cuba a couple of times, so i know well what to do and how to save some money and enjoy more, i've been to jamaica also a couple of times and it is worth recommending! and not so difficult to travel. I've been to dominican republic and it is very easy as well
Travelled through for six months and researched a lot.
i have been in every Central American country, Most of Africa and could help with someone going to Cairo alone
I been working in the travel business for 15 years and I just love it...
I was travelling in Central America for half a year, avoiding crowded tourist areas as much as I could. But still saw some of the best known sites as well. I'll try to answer all your questions.
i live in Costa Rica...
Africa, Europe, Central America, Europe, North America
traveled throughout....whatcha' wanna know?????
hey if u need help, not only with argentina, but also with cuba, brazil, or mexico, specially mexico city, please let me know, i´ve been living here all my life, and i know almost every nook in tthis city, of i u need any tips, come to me.
hi, i have traveled to central america 3 times in the past 18 months. i can help with basic info pertaining to el salvador, guatemala, belize, and costa rica.
I've travelled and worked extensively in Central America and Mexico. Would gladly help any way I can.
I spent 7 months in Central AMerica and loved every single second so I would love to help other people sort out their plans. If im not going on holiday im either looking at this website or lonelyplanet the whole time and also looking at the cheapest flights to furthest possible destinations. If I cant travel then Id at least like to help others to do so and get the most out of their time away. I think I could really help people with their questions of where to go, what type of budget, doing it solo and how far places are from one another.Thank you:)
I'm a Certified Destination Specialist for the Caribbean. I adore the entire region and believe that each island can offer something great for any traveller wanting to go to the most beautiful place on earth.
I've stayed in Costa Rica for 24 days the last september on my honeymoon and as I'm in charge of my own travel agency I can provided you services in all the country direcly with the "costarricenses"
three months overland travel (public transport again im afraid) in Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala and Belize. It was a fair few years ago but I remember the highlights and can offer advice on basic travel concerns.
Accomodation, sights and transport
I am a travel and tourism specialist for the entire Central American region stretching from Guatemala through Costa Rica, based in El Salvador, a still exotic destination in the heart of Central America. I live and work in the region for over 18 years so am not just another traveler passing through. I speak the language and am deeply immersed in the culture, customs and history of the pueblo(people). Donald T. Lee
I founded LiahonaQuest, the only fully licensed foreign-owned tour operator in Central america and southern Mexico. Be in business for 8 years I can help byproviding guidance in travel prep, and in finding accomodations, restaurants and activities.
placencia, belize, el salvador,
BEEN THERE AND GOING BACK NEXT WEEK TRAVELED IN NICARAGUA COSTA RICA AND PANAMA ALSO AWHILE AGO IN MEXICO AND GUATEMALA
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