Latin American regions are currently facing a period of crisis. Mercosur and Unasur are paralysed, largely due to the crises in Venezuela and Brazil. The Andean Community of Nations is also facing strong competition from the Pacific Alliance and the effects of its previous management errors (financial and strategic). Faced with these turbulent situations, mainly due to the profound changes in national scenes, as much as political alternations and political and/or economic crises, Central America and its regional project are less exposed to the uncertainties in the south of the continent. In this article we explain the nature and recent transformations of regionalism in Central America.