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Embark on a journey through the vibrant heart of Latin America with our unique summer guide. At Boombit, our remote work culture takes us beyond borders, immersing us in the exquisite landscapes and rich cultures of LATAM. Our team’s personal insights reveal destinations that offer more than just picturesque views—they connect you deeply with the essence of each locale, where summer’s spirit blooms in unison with our endeavors. This guide invites you on an adventure through diverse terrains, each resonating with nature’s beauty, cultural vibrancy, and the excitement of discovery. 

Nicaragua: A Canvas of Nature’s Wonders  

Hotel Suyo, Popoyo Beach: Situated on the pristine sands of a globally celebrated surf beach, Hotel Suyo stands as a serene haven where the soothing sounds of the ocean lull you into tranquility. “If you want to get away from EVERYTHING and just enjoy a beach, Hotel Suyo is the best. You have the sea and the beach right in front of your door.” 

Playa Popoyo, Nicaragua

Maderas Beach: A symbol of Nicaraguan summer, Playa Maderas is a fusion of lively spirit and peaceful nature. Here, the sunset and a cold beer become the perfect companions, whether you’re in the mood for relaxation or adventure. “The perfect place to relax and have fun at the same time, you can watch the sunset with a beer, you can go read on the beach if you want something calm, or swim and take surf lessons if you like adventure.” “The best sunsets with a cold beer 😊” 

Playa Maderas

Ometepe Island: Emerges majestically from Lake Nicaragua, offering a landscape dominated by twin volcanoes, surrounded by lush forests and ancient petroglyphs. Its enchanting towns pulsate with local culture, making it a hub for both adventure and relaxation. “A paradisiacal place full of beaches, volcanoes, waterfalls, incredible views, canopy, kayak, and much more. Perfect for a relaxed vacation and full of culture.” 

Isla de Ometepe Nicaragua

Mombacho Volcano: Offers a unique ecological reserve with a cooler climate, diverse wildlife, and breathtaking views from its cloud-forested slopes. Its trails lead adventurers through a lush, mist-covered landscape. “Wow, it’s a good experience to break the routine, exercise through hiking, admire nature and panoramic views, and lose a few extra kilos haha” 

Volcan Mombacho, Nicaragua

Leon City: A city that radiates Nicaraguan culture through its colonial architecture, historic landmarks, and vibrant art scene. Its proximity to both mountains and beaches makes it an ideal spot for diverse summer adventures. “It is a very beautiful city with a lot of Nicaraguan culture and has beaches nearby that are perfect for this summer season” 

Leon, Nicaragua

San Juan del Sur: Once a quiet fishing village, now a bustling hub for surfers and beachgoers, renowned for its vibrant nightlife and stunning coastal views. It’s a perfect blend of relaxation by day and excitement by night. “It’s a lovely experience to go on a trip, enjoy the sun, the sand, and the different restaurants and bars in the area, plus it’s a super touristy zone.” 

San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

Corn Island: Known for its spectacular coral reefs and laid-back Caribbean vibe, it’s a paradise for snorkelers, divers, and anyone looking to escape to pristine white-sand beaches. “It’s beautiful from start to finish. Its beaches, with white sand and crystal-clear water, are unparalleled. The food is super tasty and the prices aren’t too bad, there are places where it’s a bit more expensive but generally, they are accessible. If you go, you definitely must visit Little Corn Island, its beauty is out of this world.” 

Corn Island, Nicaragua  

Costa Rica: A Symphony of Natural Beauty 

Dota: Hidden within the central mountains, Dota is a sanctuary for those who seek to immerse themselves in the untouched beauty of nature and savor the world’s finest coffee. “Dota beckons with its emerald embrace, a retreat where the morning air is as fresh as the coffee is invigorating. Here, the verdant vistas inspire our work, and the tranquility of the mountains calls to the soul, offering a sanctuary of inspiration amidst the clouds.” 

Dota, Costa Rica

Corcovado National Park: Stands as a testament to Costa Rica’s dedication to conservation, boasting one of the most biodiverse ecosystems on the planet. It’s a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and adventurers alike. “Corcovado National Park is ecologically very diverse and is located in one of the most biologically intense places in the world. This park is located on the Osa Peninsula, one of the country’s most remote parks, offering spectacular beauty.” 

Corcovado, Costa Rica

La Fortuna and Arenal Volcano: Offers a landscape shaped by the imposing Arenal Volcano, featuring hot springs, waterfalls, and a wealth of outdoor activities. The area is a harmonious blend of relaxation and adventure. “Arenal Springs Resort & Spa offers the ultimate in relaxation. Spend your days exploring the Spa, natural springs, pools, restaurants, and a variety of nearby wildlife tours and then relax in a well-equipped and luxurious master suite in the evening.” 

Arenal, Costa Rica

Manuel Antonio National Park: Despite its small size, it packs a diverse ecosystem, stunning beaches, and abundant wildlife, making it a jewel in Costa Rica’s ecological crown. “What this park lacks in size, it makes up for in the incredible wealth of attractions found here. Stunning tropical beaches, an incredible variety of colorful birds and wildlife, rich and dense forestation, easy access, and a plethora of things to do, all of this makes this park and this area one of Costa Rica’s most popular tourist attractions.” 

Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

San Vicente Hideaway: A family-run mountain lodge that offers a unique blend of natural beauty, adventure, and homey comfort. Nestled in the Juan Castro Blanco National Park, it’s a perfect escape for nature lovers. “It’s a beautiful site with trails, waterfalls, pet-friendly, mountain lodging with a delicious restaurant, educational farm, and unique attention from the family who are owners and friends, with spectacular sunsets according to the weather and time of year. It is located in Juan Castro Blanco National Park, San Vicente, Alajuela, Costa Rica.

San Vicente Hideaway, Costa Rica

Tortuguero National Park: Known for its canals that wind through rainforest and marsh, providing a unique vantage point for spotting wildlife and the iconic sea turtles that nest on its beaches. “This park is among the most important nesting areas in the Western Hemisphere for the endangered green turtle, the impressive Tortuguero National Park is located on the beautiful Caribbean coast of Costa Rica in the northeastern region of the country.” 

Tortuguero, Costa Rica  

Guatemala: Where Culture and Nature Intertwine 

Lake Atitlan: Its view inspired the drawing of the elephant in the book “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Surrounded by volcanoes and dotted with quaint villages, it’s a place of unmatched beauty and a source of inspiration for artists and travelers alike. “Lake Atitlán is a mirror to the sky, a tranquil expanse that reflects the beauty of its volcanic sentinels. Here, creativity flows as freely as the waters, and the soul finds peace in the lap of nature’s masterpiece.” 

Lago Atlitan, Guatemala

Izabal: Offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage, from the vibrant Garifuna culture to the historic Spanish fort at Castillo de San Felipe. Its beaches and ecological parks make it a perfect destination for those seeking both relaxation and adventure. “The Department of Izabal is to the Northeast of the country. I really like it because of its tropical exuberance and abundance of places to explore.” 

Izabal, Guatemala

Mexico: A Landscape of Contrasts and Traditions 

Tlapacoyan, Veracruz: In the lush heartland of Veracruz, Tlapacoyan is a gateway to outdoor adventure, from rafting on its tumultuous rivers to exploring its rich cultural tapestry. Its cuisine and hospitality offer a warm welcome to all visitors. “It’s one of the best places in the country for Rafting and extreme water sports, offers incredible cuisine and has an exceptional location where you can reach mountain, beach, or jungle places within a few hours.” 

Tlapacoyan, Mexico

Zacatecas: A city that enchants with its architectural beauty and historic streets, Zacatecas is a living museum of Mexico’s colonial past, complemented by its vibrant cultural scene and gastronomic delights. “The colonial beauty of the city is impressive, its cuisine is delicious, and its people are always very friendly” 

Zacatecas, Mexico 

Colombia: Echoes of the Past, Whispers of Nature 

Corregimiento de Minca, Santa Marta, Magdalena: Cradled in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Minca is an eco-paradise, boasting cool mountain air, cascading waterfalls, and lush vegetation. Its vibrant birdlife and coffee farms offer a serene retreat for those looking to connect with nature. “It’s an incredible place to disconnect, to immerse yourself in nature amid the mountains and waterfalls of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Ideal for hiking, bird watching, learning about indigenous tribes and ancestors. A must-visit when going to Santa Marta. Recommended 100%.” 

Corregimiento de Minca, Santa Marta, MagdalenaOur curated selection from the Boombit team unveils LATAM’s most captivating destinations, each with its unique charm and appeal. From Nicaragua’s surf-kissed beaches and Costa Rica’s lush rainforests to the cultural richness of Mexico and Guatemala, and Colombia’s serene mountainscapes, these locales offer a blend of beauty, adventure, and tranquility that perfectly complements the remote work lifestyle. This summer, let our guide inspire you to explore the diverse landscapes and cultures of Latin America. Each destination not only serves as a stunning backdrop for your work but also enriches your story with unforgettable experiences and memories. Join us on this journey of discovery and let the vibrant spirit of LATAM invigorate your summer adventures. 


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