For many people, the idea of legalizing or decriminalizing drugs is morally wrong, a sure sign of societal decay — but what if it is the right thing to do?
The Dominican Republic is beautiful, but it's not somewhere you want to go if you're planning on doing psychedelics.
Nicaragua does not mess around when it comes to drugs. It’s an extremely prohibitionist country where drug laws are zealously enforced.
Planning a trip to Honduras? Wondering what the drug laws are? In this article, we’ll break down the current legislation so you don’t run into any surprises.
Guatemala has a long and storied history when it comes to the traditional and medicinal use of hallucinogenic mushrooms. But the question remains. Are they legal?
El Salvador is a small Central American country with very conservative views on drug policy. As such, they heavily prohibit psychedelics and other drugs.
The lush green landscapes found in Belize might sound like the perfect place for some magic mushrooms if it weren't for their illegal status, that is.
Panama has the most progressive drug laws in Central America, but that doesn’t mean that anything goes! Find out the specifics in this article.
Decriminalize Nature, the flagship of drug reform advocacy groups, tries to stay focused amid conflict with local chapters and the co-founder's anti-semantic slant.