Boarding both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, Panama offers over 1,000 miles of beaches and more than 1,500 islands. Pamana’s most famous attraction is the world-renowned Panama Canal. Watch and learn how the Pacific and Atlantic are joined together by incredible ingenuity. Hike along the 10,000-foot extinct volcano, see the elusive Quetzal bird and discover seven different Indian tribes.
Squeezed onto the Yucatan Peninsula south of Mexico and east of Guatemala. This small country, the size of Massachusetts, has much to offer its visitors. As host to the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere (second largest in the world), Belize offers one of the most amazing snorkeling and scuba diving experiences ever. With incredible rainforests, historical Mayan Ruins, beautiful beaches, and adventure caves, Belize is a country small in size, but huge in excitement.
A trip to the Galapagos Islands is the journey of one’s lifetime. Located 600 miles off the Pacific coastline, the Galapagos Islands are Ecuador’s most popular attraction. Pristine red- and white-sand beaches, coastlines dominated by giant mangroves, ocean waters filled with multicolored life forms and animals that behave as though man were no enemy –- all of which makes the Galapagos Islands a captivating travel experience.