Help friends and family get more from time in destinations less-traveled, with these amazing Central America experiences. Unique travel gift ideas for people who aren’t content with just a beach holiday, Central America experience gifts from Tinggly allow the recipient to choose what they want to do, where and when.
These Central America experiences are fantastic gifts for travelers because they offer deeper connections with destinations and local culture. They have no expiry dates, so they can fit in perfectly with travel plans, and if the recipient is already on the road, you can even send their Central America gifts by convenient email.
Nice crew but falsely advertised. The food was more like mini danishes and bites of bagels. The advertisement shows full sized bagels with eggs. Champagne was no...t flowing like it should have. I left hungry and sober. If this activity was 1/3 of the price I would not have been as disappointed.Read moreRead less
The crew of the Holoholo charters boat was incredibly friendly and welcoming. We had a guest who on the way back felt the motion of the ocean a little too much an...d was unfortunately very seasick on the way back. The crew assisted her as much as possible, moving other guests around to allow for the best seats to minimize sea sickness. I recommend taking some anti motion sickness pills before heading to the ride as a precaution, even if you don’t normally get seasick. The views from the boat were INCREDIBLE. we got to see Ni’ihau and Lehua Crater up close and personally, and even got to see a monk seal. She swam up and got close while we were snorkeling which was an awesome experience. I definitely recommend this tour to anyone who is looking at seeing the Napali coast from the boats, as well as have a little sense of adventure. Read moreRead less
The crew and captain were very capable and went out of their way to be hospitable and helpful on the trip to Niihau. The crew was friendly and really looked afte...r the passengers. I was impressed with it. I've been on many trips like this with many companies. Holo Holo Chartres stood out in a quality way. The snorkeling there was excellent for water clarity. We saw a diverse number of marine mamals on the trip.Read moreRead less
Central America is one of the final frontiers for adventurous travelers, with many destinations still considered off-the-beaten-track, less-developed and so not tainted by mass tourism yet. That of course makes countries such as Nicaragua, Belize and Guatemala intensely desirable for the intrepid traveler, which is where these Central America experiences come in handy.
Next time you need the perfect travel gift for someone about to hit the road, think Tinggly. What makes these travel gift cards so unique is that the recipient gets to choose what they want to do, where and when, according to their own passions and interests. And there are Central America experiences for every personality: the adventurer, the romantic, the culture vulture, the luxury-seeker.
Plus, Tinggly Central America gifts have NO expiration dates. That’s right, if these gift cards get lost at the back of a drawer for a while, or pinned to the fridge and forgotten about, or travel plans have to change, it’s no problem. They’re as good in two years from now as they are tomorrow.
These Central America experience gifts can be sent anywhere in the world, direct to the recipient or to you. They arrive packaged in a stylish presentation box made of 100% recycled or recyclable materials, just one part of our innovative Activist program.
Booking their Central America experiences is a breeze. They just need to browse the Tinggly map and choose what they want to do, when and where (be warned, people often lose hours doing this because it’s so fun!). They then need to contact the friendly Tinggly team, who will make a reservation on their behalf.
Experiences are more satisfying, and more memorable than material gifts. So next time you need the perfect gift for anyone and any occasion from graduations to birthdays and weddings, remember: give stories, not stuff.
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