it’s absolutely risk free, it's definitely not hard to get to (with many flights to Cancun), the shorelines are awesome, and there’s a lot on offer than at the huge Riviera Maya resorts for families. Main attractions include one day-outings to Maya remnants like beachside Tulum, brutal and-arranged Coba (a climber's delight), and Chichen Itza, where there's likewise a cool laser show. Water enthusiasts will love the sheltered lagoons and cenotes, or the lively ship falter over to Cozumel. Moreover, if you are fade-up of the tots, you can essentially stick them in a kids' club at one of the motels and take off for a night to check out some of Mexico's best clubs.
Whole Nicaragua is unfathomable for family travel. It's friendly, locals are welcoming, and, trust it or not, it's a standout amongst the most secure countries in all of Latin America. Granada is a water front town that perfectly mixes old-world intrigue with new-world flair. You can go off the banks to explore by day or pop over to nearer surf towns. Be watchful about Nicaragua's strong Pacific streams; don't let the immature teens out.
Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica-
Costa Rica is without a doubt the most child- friendly and most visited travel destination in Central America. In the water front Manuel Antonio National Park, you can spot howler monkeys, hang out on the shoreline, trek through rainforests and chase frogs. There is a fair array of awesome hotels here.