Landforms of Central America

Gulf of Honduras: Roatán and the Bay Islands (Central America) The Editor Tue, 09/10/2019 - 21:08
The Bay Islands are a group of eight islands and 53 small cays situated within the Gulf of Honduras, an inlet of the Caribbean Sea. The island of Roatán rests on an exposed ancient coral reef and has become an important cruise, diving and eco-tourism destination in Honduras.
Isthmus of Panama: Panama Canal (Central America) The Editor Tue, 03/19/2019 - 14:26
The Isthmus of Panama connects North and South America. It separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Pacific Ocean. The Panama Canal is one of the most strategic artificial waterways in the world and one of the most significant and challenging engineering projects ever undertaken.
Lake Atitlán: Volcán Atitlán (Guatemala) The Editor Thu, 01/16/2020 - 16:17
Lake Atitlán and Volcán Atitlán lie in a spectacular setting in the Guatemalan Highlands of the Sierra Madre of southwestern Guatemala. The lake is the deepest in Central America and is renowned as one of the most beautiful in the world. As a result, it is the country's most important tourist attraction.
Lake Managua: Nicaragua's Ecological Treasure The Editor Tue, 02/13/2024 - 17:50
Nestled in the heart of Nicaragua lies Lake Managua, also known as Lago Xolotlán. It is a vital body of water for the region and a source of livelihood for local communities. The vibrant capital city of Managua graces its southwestern shore, making it an essential economic lifeline. The lake's abundant aquatic resources play a crucial role in sustaining the livelihoods of the people in the region.
Lake Nicaragua (Central America) The Editor Wed, 01/22/2020 - 15:28
Lake Nicaragua is the largest of several freshwater lakes in Nicaragua as well as the largest in Central America. Located in southwest Nicaragua, it is the dominant physical feature of the country. There are more than 400 islands in the lake.
Masaya Volcano: Masaya Volcano National Park (Nicaragua) The Editor Tue, 08/25/2020 - 17:55
Masaya Volcano National Park, consisting of a volcanic caldera with two volcanoes and five craters, was established in 1979 as Nicaragua's first national park. Volcán Masaya is one of Nicaragua's most popular tourist attractions due to the opportunity of direct contact with the crater.