In this travel blog we share travel adventures and special stories, but also practical tips about our destinations and travels in Central America.
In a real Edventure journey you will discover the beaten track. You are a guest in unique and authentic accommodations, you travel with local guides and get to know the real Central Americans. What are the nicest places, how do you organize it and how have others experienced it? In our travel blog about Central America you will find that and more!
You will see travel blogs from our regular blog team consisting of Marlou, Renee and Lisa, but we also invite guest bloggers (and vloggers) to share their experiences at this place. Did you know that we also send a portion of travel inspiration to the world on our Facebook and Instagram almost every day?
Do you have a question about a travel destination, do you want to collaborate with Edventure once or do you have an ultimate travel tip that you would like to share? Then please contact us. We love to hear from you!
Part of our work at Edventure Travel is discovering beautiful and well-hidden places, experiencing them ourselves and then share them with other travelers. For one of their expeditions, colleagues Lisa and Marlou drive from San Jose over the mountain pass of the Braulio Carrillo National Park towards the Caribbean coast to Bananito Norte, a small village surrounded by banana plantations and tropical rain forest.
´Our three-day stay in this special ecolodge made a great impression and is highly recommended! It is not easy to get there, but it`s worth the effort. In addition to all the adventures that you can experience here (like flying a gyrocopter!), there is so much to learn about nature conservation and you can participate in it yourself`, says Marlou.
In this blog Marlou tells you why you should not skip a stay at this lodge…Read more
You have booked a trip to Central America but have no idea what you can best take with you?
In this blog we are happy to help you on your way with a handy packing list and some extra tips to make your holiday in Costa Rica, Panama or Nicaragua as unforgettable as possible!
Photo: Boy de NijsCheck the packing list
Our guest bloggers Jan and Marieke left small Belgium on 2 July 2018 for an adventurous journey. After traveling for 3.5 months in Southeast Asia, they flew to Central America to explore Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama.
To get to know Costa Rica they go out with a 4×4 with roof tent for a road trip. During this adventure they camp on the beach of Junquillal, the rain forest at Rio Celeste in Bijagua and the special environment of the volcano Arenal.
“Our road trip was unforgettable!”, Says Jan and Marieke. Read more about their adventures:Read more
Graduation student and Edventure intern Jaimy van Eenennaam traveled to Costa Rica for the first time in September 2018. The ultimate treat after successfully completing her Tourism Management studies.
Jaimy thought it was a great experience: “The Caribbean coast in particular left a great impression on me. The beautiful weather, the many palm trees, the sounds of the sea and the reggae music played in the nice restaurants immediately gave me a summer feeling.”
This is what her travel blog is about. In addition to her stories and tips regarding accommodation and activities on the Caribbean coast, you can also see the travel vlogs that Jaimy recorded during her trip.Read more
Chances are that your tour in Costa Rica starts or ends in San José, the capital of the country. The city is beautifully situated in the so-called Central Valley and surrounded by green mountains (where you can go hiking and mountain biking for example). And the weather is nice all year round, not too hot and not too cold …
Yet travelers prefer to skip the city. Arrive in the evening and like to leave in the morning, because the city is big, busy, ugly and uninviting. At least they’ve heard or read that in their travel guide.
At Edventure we often hear this too, but we often talk to our customers to start their journey relaxed in San José with two nights. Why? Because in and around San José there are also many beautiful and fun things to see and discover. You just have to know. And what you need to know exactly, that’s what Renee’s travel blog Central America is all about.
In Costa Rica you can spot a lot of animals and you don’t even have to put a lot of effort into it. You have probably seen the sloth, the toucan, the blue Morpho butterfly and the red-eyed frog on photos of Costa Rica, but there are so many more animals to see!
Where you can best spot the animals on your Edventure trip, Lisa tells you in this travel blog.Read more