Namu Travel Group Adds Colombia, Guatemala to Portfolio

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Namu Travel Group is venturing into new destinations for the 2018 travel year. That’s because the Central American Travel Agency is adding Colombia and Guatemala to its portfolio of destinations, which include Costa Rica, Panama and Nicaragua. This is the company’s first entry into South America, although officials say the organization is looking to remain primarily Central and Latin American-centric.

The company says these South American destinations are largely undiscovered as tourism areas. Some features of Namu’s Guatemala itinerary include a privately guided tour of the Blue Crater, an exploration of the ancient Mayan community of Tikal, a walking tour of Antigua and a lunch in a private home. Guest can also explore the highlands coffee area and take a boat trip to the Rosario Islands, a location that’s away from the city center. They have the option of staying at the Casa San Agustin hotel.

Namu’s Colombia and Guatemala itineraries are available to book now. Prices start from $8,000 for a family of four, not including International flights.

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Namu Travel Group’s trip opportunities include Costa Rica Vacations, Panama Vacations, Nicaragua Vacations and Costa Rica Fishing Vacations and Villa Buena Onda, a resort in Playa del Coco, Costa Rica. Namu’s staff is international, and the company says they have explored all of Central America, like a local.

For more information, visit www.CentralAmerica.com

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