The coasts of Central America are the western limit of the Caribbean Sea. Also of interest are the related islands and the entire terrestrial environment due to its humid jungles, active volcanoes and pre-Columbian cultures, some of them still present.
The Central American coast extends in the Caribbean Sea from the Yucatan Strait at North to the Gulf of Darien in the South. In front of the coast there are a lot of islands, coral keys and sandy lowlands. On the coast the mangrove forests are abundant and the tourist developments are well located and equipped to receive all visitors who want to know these dream lands and mystery of past histories.
Until 1821, what we now know as Central America is unified in the General Captaincy of Guatemala, within the Viceroyalty of New Spain. In that year the captaincy declared independence from Spain, since then the region has had different political ups and downs that culminated in the separation of the countries that we know today.