List of rivers of Central America and the Caribbean

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This is a list of Central American Rivers by country.


Central America rivers By country


Costa Rica

El Salvador





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Caribbean Rivers By Country

Saint Lucia


St. Kitts and Nevis


The longest river is the St John's River, and the largest is The Great River or Paradise River in St Andrew's.

Trinidad & Tobago

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