No, I didn’t swim all the way through Central America, that’s just silly. I don’t even like swimming that much, but when you travel, you just can’t help it but want to dive right in. It may be freezing, which a lot of it was, but it was still exciting. I spent time in all of these bodies of water, minus two of them, because I was usually zipping through on a boat, crawling across on a ferry, or it just didn’t look the most appealing (that’s you Lake Nicaragua.) Not only did I do swimming in bodies of water, but I even swam in a cave in Belize. There wasn’t tons of swimming, but it definitely counts! So, I present to you, my swimming adventures in Central America.
San Marcos, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Caribbean Sea, Big Corn Island, Nicaragua
Pacific Ocean, Las Penitas, Nicaragua
Pacific Ocean, San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua
Pacific Ocean, Playa Maderas, Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua, Ometepe, Nicaragua
Semuc Champey, Lanquin, Guatemala
El Ojo De Agua, Ometepe, Nicaragua
Rio Escondido, Nicaragua
Zipping along on a panga to Bluefields
What is your favorite thing to do traveling? Least favorite? Which of these do you want to swim in?