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45 day Central America itinerary

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Hello, we are a family with a 7 year old and 12 eleven year old. We are planning on 45 days exploring Central America in May/June 2015. I am just needing some ideas and help on planning out the trip. We are planning on flying into San Jose and spending a week for my Mother's birthday. Then our family is wanting to explore Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama . I am wondering how many days we should split up in each country, how best is it to travel (car rental, bus, driver, boat?) we are wanting to experience the wildlife/nature, the people, history, snorkel, food and just relaxing. We prefer a comfortable yet budget friendly. Our spoken very Spanish is weak. I am not really sure where to start with our iternairy.
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