La Antigua Guatemala

Teaching English in Central America

Teaching English in Belize

Victoria Peak

Belize is a Central American country that is bordered by both Mexico and Guatemala. It is a very small country and has a population of just over 300,000 people, but this is likely to change quickly because Belize has one of the highest population growth rates anywhere in the world. The country is a former British colony that only gained independence in 1981. Read More »

Teaching English in Costa Rica


The Republic of Costa Rica is located in Central America and shares borders with only 2 countries: Nicaragua and Panama. This Spanish speaking country gained independence in the 18th century and has since gone on to become one of the most prosperous nations in Latin America. Costa Rica is also one of the greenest countries in the world. It currently ranks 5th in the Environmental Performance Index and the government… Read More »

Teaching English in El Salvador

San Salvador

Although El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America, it is still home to more than 6 million people. The country shares land borders with both Guatemala and Honduras. It is a tropical country and for such a small country it is home to many different species of animals and a lot of wildlife. There are 2 distinct seasons, the wet season and the dry season. Unfortunately, the climate… Read More »

Teaching English in Guatemala

La Antigua Guatemala

Guatemala is situated in Central America and shares borders with Mexico, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador. The country is full of breath taking natural scenery and home to one of the most visited tourist destinations in Central America; Antigua. It is in Guatemala that the Maya civilisation thrived and this old culture can still be seen to day in the language, handicrafts and religious festivals. Read More »

Teaching English in Honduras

Santa Lucia, Honduras

Honduras is located in Central America and shares its borders with Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. The country was colonised by Spain and even after independence in the 19th century, Honduras still retains a lot in the way of Spanish culture and the Spanish language is the official language today. Honduras is a very poor country and also has a large crime problem. However, your help in the country will… Read More »

Teaching English in Nicaragua

Tiscapa Lagoon

Nicaragua is a Central American country situated directly in the tropics and it shares borders with Costa Rica in the South and Honduras in the North. The Caribbean Sea is located in the east and the Pacific Ocean is on the west of the country. There are three main geographical zones in in the country: the central highlands, the pacific lowlands and the Caribbean lowlands. Nicaragua is home to two… Read More »

Teaching English in Panama

Panama City

Panama is a Central American country that connects North America to South America and it shares borders with Costa Rica and Colombia. Many people have heard of the country because it is home to one of the greatest pieces of modern engineering, the Panama Canal! At the moment, Panama is developing very quickly and a large portion on the government’s income comes from the tolls collected by the world famous… Read More »