What to do Next: Eat Like a Local in Guatemala, Honduras & Belize

March 2013

Belizean Food Festivals Worth a Trip

Belize certainly isn’t short on selling points. It has wild jungles, ancient ruins, a rich cultural heritage, and the northern hemisphere’s largest stretch of barrier reef. And now, two upcoming food festivals promise to make it a mouthwatering destination, too.…

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A Taste of Honduran Farm Life

Finca El Cisne is a century-old farm in the coffee-growing highlands of western Honduras, about a 45-minute drive from the famous Copán Maya ruins. It’s a family-run operation that has been passed down from one generation to the next and…

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Edible Antigua Guatemala: 3 Tasty Tours

The city of Antigua is Guatemala’s colonial hub and, for many, its culinary capital. Along its cobblestone streets, you’ll find señoras selling traditional, homemade eats out of well-worn wicker baskets, a global mix of smart restaurants with good wine lists,…

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Guatemala Eats: A Delicious 6-day Itinerary

Some people travel for palm trees and beaches, others for architecture, museums, or great skiing. And still others travel for food and the chance to learn about new cultures one delicious bite at a time. Food can be an excellent…

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