CENTRAL AMERICA MASTERY - Travel Tips for Central America
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CENTRAL AMERICA MASTERY - Travel Tips for Central America

How to visit Central America
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Last updated 11/2018
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  • 1 article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Travel in Central America with confidence
Requirements
  • A desire to travel in Central America
  • Adventurous spirit
  • Flexible
  • Good problem solver
Description

Ricky Shetty traveled through Central America with three children under 6. Scott Paton visited five Central American countries traveling alone.

Together they show you:

1) WHY GO TO CENTRAL AMERICA?

* Cheap
* Convenient 
* Cultural 

2) LEARNING SPANISH (How to Learn Spanish to communicate with Locals)

* Going from 100% Beginner to doing Public Speeches, YouTube Videos, Podcasts, & Blog Posts in Spanish
* Ricky's BaseLang Story of learning Spanish Online
* Home Stays in Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica with Local Families

3) COUNTRIES

a) Mexico 
b) Belize 
c) Guatemala 
d) El Salvador 
e) Honduras
f) Nicaragua 
g) Costa Rica 
h) Panama 

4) WHAT TO SEE (Sightseeing, Tourism, Attractions)

a) Historical Cities (Mexico City, Antigua, Granada, Leon)
b) Aztec & Mayan Ruins (Chichen Itza, Tikal, Copan)
c) Lakes (Lake Atitlan, Lake Nicaragua)
d) Volcanoes (Leon Volcano Boarding, Masaya Lava, Ometepe Twin Volcanoes, Arenal Volcano)
e) Beaches (Yucatan/Cancun/Playa Del Carmen/Cozumel, Cayes, El Tunco, San Juan Del Sur, Tamarindo, Jaco)
f) Panama Canal

5) WHAT TO EAT (Famous Food Dishes)

a) Mexican EVERYTHING (Tacos, Burritos, Quesadillas, Enchiladas, Fajitas, Tortas, Gorditas, Sopas, Churros, etc)
b) Belize Creole Rice & Beans 
c) El Salvadorian Pupusas 
d) Honduras Baleada 
e) Nicaraguan & Costa Rican Gallo Pinto

6) WHERE TO STAY (Accommodation)

a) Hotels
b) Hostels
c) Home Stays 
d) Airbnbs
e) Digital Nomad Houses 

7) HOW TO GET AROUND (Transportation)

* The Famous Central American Chicken Buses 

8) SAFETY & SECURITY (Tips for Staying Safe)

* El Salvador & Honduras 

9) TIPS FOR CONNECTING WITH LOCALS (Meetup Groups, Toastmasters, CoWorking Spaces, Language Exchange)

* Home Stays in Guatemala and Nicaragua 

And so much more!

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Who this course is for:
  • People who want to visit Central America
  • Digital Nomads
  • Travelers
  • Adventurers
Course content
Expand all 20 lectures 02:56:35
+ COUNTRIES
8 lectures 01:21:54
Costa Rica
12:24

Ricky shares how he travelled around El Salvador. 

El Salvador
07:56

Guatemala has been through a lot of hardship, including a recent volcanic eruption at Fuego. A very diverse country with Mayan ruins, colonial cities, wildlife and so much more. Ricky shares what he felt at Lake Atitlan and its volcanoes.

Guatemala
09:48
Honduras
07:36

Mexico is very diverse in terms of Mayan ruins, great beaches, delicious food and culture.

Mexico
12:33
Nicaragua
10:13
Panama
10:24
+ Accommodation
4 lectures 48:43

Ricky and Scott discuss the options for accommodation. Hotels are the easiest places to find as they are everywhere. Hostels are a lot of fun.

Hotels and Hostels
17:36

Travelling and staying in a real local home is one of the best ways to see Central America. 

Home Stays
06:16

Location is so important when travelling. You can be in a poor location and far away from the attractions you want to see. If you pick a inexpensive location far from the museums and things you want to see, then you are paying extra for transportation.

Airbnbs
09:55

Digital Nomad Houses are places where online workers who travel can stay and work. Ricky talks about some of the places he stayed at in Central America.

Digital Nomad Houses
14:56
+ Transportation
2 lectures 12:02
The Famous Central American Chicken Buses
03:49
Crossing Borders
08:13
+ Driving into Mexico from The USA
1 lecture 16:24

Nathan Segal shares the best way to drive into Mexico from the USA.

Best Route from the USA
16:24
+ Conclusion
3 lectures 08:34

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