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The seven small countries that make up Central America are a complex web of cultures, ancient ruins, tropical fauna and places of adventure. Travelers new to Central America can begin their journey by scaling the volcanoes perched above the clouds, or taking a jungle trek to discover the Mayan pyramids and canopy where pumas, sloths live. , howler monkeys and quetzales. Those who love sliding will find what they are looking for on the Pacific coast, lined with sandy beaches and dotted with villages mainly oriented towards surfing. The hinterland is home to secluded Mayan, Kuna and Miskitos villages as well as pretty colonial towns with cobbled streets, bustling with vendors pushing their squeaky carts of fresh corn or crushed ice.