Central America Adventure Travel & Expeditions
From canopied rain forests to coral reefs, a Central America expedition is a must for adventure-minded travelers. Nature lovers, birders, snorkelers, and divers marvel at the biodiversity of the region as well as its rich history. Central America adventure travel celebrates the flora and fauna of the region. Search for roseate spoonbills, brown pelicans, and chestnut-mandibled toucans in Costa Rica. Meet monkeys, crocodiles, sloths, iguanas, and Jesus Christ lizards on Nicaragua’s Solentiname Archipelago. Dive Belize’s Lighthouse Reef, one of only four atolls in the Western Hemisphere. Investigate the underwater canyons off the Bay Islands of Honduras. And, from a canopy tower, search for scarlet macaws and blue-crowned motmots in Panama’s Soberania National Park.
Zegrahm’s Central America adventure tours feature a team of expert naturalists and guides who relish the opportunity to share the wonder of the region with you. On a daylight transit of the Panama Canal, for instance, an expert on the canal will provide historical perspective, and on-deck naturalists will identify birds and geological features along the way. From Belize’s Blue Hole to a remote island of Colombia, Central America eco travel is adventure travel at its finest—revealing the life and traditions of a region while seamlessly immersing curious travelers into its most fascinating sites.
The itineraries we offer vary from year to year; below please find our upcoming Central America adventure travel expeditions.
Expeditions to Central America
At the crossroads of two continents, Central America is a land of rich biodiversity with an array of colorful, exotic wildlife and a long and significant human history. This Central America expedition reveals the wonders of five countries, including Belize, Honduras, Colombia, Panama, and Costa Rica tours; two oceans; and, during a stunning daylight transit, the Panama Canal.
As it opens its doors to the world, Cuba adventure travelers are invited to discover centuries of cultural heritage and countless natural treasures—from pristine Caribbean wetlands to lush mountaintop forests. Our inaugural Cuba tour showcases four World Heritage Sites and two Biosphere Reserves, offering the chance to explore tidy colonial towns unchanged by modernity, search for endemic avian species that grace the tropical landscapes, and walk on the shores of historic Playa Girón.