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Visit Nicaragua

Nicaragua, set between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, is a Central American nation known for its dramatic terrain of lakes, volcanoes and beaches. Vast Lake Managua and the iconic stratovolcano Momotombo sit north of the capital Managua. To its south is Granada, noted for its Spanish colonial architecture and an archipelago of navigable islets rich in tropical bird life.

Known as the “land of lakes and volcanoes,” Nicaragua offers the traveler abundant natural diversions as well as culture, adventure and pristine beaches that ensure memorable experiences for every taste and budget. Blessed with a warm yet dry climate year-round, the Pacific Coast is a haven for those wishing to relax in any of its modern resorts. San Juan del Sur, its primary resort town, is well-known to surfers already but quickly becoming the next “hotspot” in Central America, providing a rare dose of tranquility and unspoiled beauty. Granada is the country’s cultural center, with colorful colonial architecture, preserved and restored to its 17th century roots. Located only several hours from most major U.S. cities, Nicaragua lures travelers with a wide array of authentic vacation delights.

Nicaragua is known for its volcanoes and lakes as it boasts an incredible number of both. You have two major lakes in the country which are open for tourism, these include Lake Nicaragua and Lake Managua. The former the biggest in Central America and one of the biggest in the world.
The country has three regions which vary greatly in weather, geography, and population. These three areas are the Pacific Region, Central Region, and the Caribbean Region consisting of two sub-regions: the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region (RACCN), and the South Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region (RACCS).Situated at the very center of the Americas, Nicaragua is an ideal place to visit for anyone looking for something uniquely different and adventurous.

Nicaragua Location
Central America, between the Caribbean Sea (East), the Pacific Ocean (West), Honduras (North) and Costa Rica (South). Geographic coordinates: 13:00 North, 85:00 West.

Nicaragua’s population of 6.3 million is concentrated mostly in the western regions of the country. The largest ethnic population is mestizo, or mixed European and indigenous, with smaller groups of whites, blacks of Jamaican origin, and other indigenous minorities.
The culture of Nicaragua reflects the mixed Ibero-European and Indian ancestry of the majority of its people.

Tropical in the lowlands, cooler in the highlands. Temperatures vary from 81-90°F (27-32°C) during the rainy season from May to October, and from 86-95°F (30-35°C) during the dry season from November to April. The climate in the western region of the country between the lakes and the Pacific Ocean is dry and has little precipitation. The eastern part is hot, humid and rainy.

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Nicaragua Any Time of Year
Nicaragua has something to offer everyone – from adventure to gastronomy and from nature to luxury – all throughout the year. Explore Nicaragua during the lush green season, when landscapes are verdant and the surf is up, or bask in the sun during the summer season. No matter when you go, Nicaragua is always prime for an ideal vacation!
1. Experience nature, culture and adventure in the safest country in Central America.
2. Stay in eco-lodges from simple to luxury, all located in pristine natural settings.
3. Explore the San Juan River, the “Amazon of Central America.”
4. Enjoy the best surfing in Central America.
5.Visit two of the main colonial cities of Nicaragua, Granada and León.
6. Fish for giant tarpon in the San Juan River or for marlin in the Pacific Ocean.
7. Kayak Lake Nicaragua, the largest lake in Central America.
8. Hike one of the country’s active or dormant volcanoes – or ride an “ashboard” down one.
9. Nicaragua is only a two-hour flight from Miami, Atlanta and Houston, no visas required.
10. Feel welcomed by Nicaragua’s warm, fun people!


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