GoNOMAD travel articles about Central America.
A mountain road with thousands of unique species of rain forest animals By Kristen Howard To be fair, the Cerro de la Muerte—also known as, the “Hill of Death”—probably doesn’t make many top tens lists when it comes to ranking Costa Rica’s more popular attractions. But if you’re looking to drive through one of the […]
By Jeanine Barone This museum, the only contemporary art museum in Panama, hides well. The concierge at my hotel in Panama City had never been there and didn’t know any guest who’d ever wanted to visit. And my taxi driver spent 20 minutes getting lost just trying to find it. But, as an aficionado of […]
By Shelley Seale We walked down the dirt path, no sounds except that of our footfall and the birds calling in the tree canopy high above us. The jungle was clearly master of the land here in Guatemala, and its untamed force was making its inexorable way toward once again taking over the path, and […]
By Adele Jones One of the oldest European cities in the Americas, Granada has been subject to pirate attacks and a dramatic American filibuster and is now known to Nicaraguans as a weekend getaway and tourist destination. WHERE An hour from the busy, chaotic metropolis of Managua, Nicaragua, on the northwestern shore of Lake Cocibolca, under […]