Hola! Some of you love history, some have read the graphic novel ‘’300’’ by Frank Miller, some have seen the movie 300 and some are probably wondering what has the number 300 to do with Nicaragua? Our family of tourism was born in 1992, during a period of innovation and progress for our nation. Such was
The breeze of the sea and the sunny days promise many adventures for the hot summer of Nicaragua. Here is a list of things to see and do in our country: Carpets of Sawdust in León: Visit the City of León, where you will undoubtedly live the religious celebration of Holy Week from first hand.
There are cute, colorful colonial towns. Both León and Granada, the two main towns to see in Nicaragua, are charmingly laid-back with buildings vibrantly painted in pastel hues and sleepy tree-lined central squares. However, if you have time for only one, make sure to visit Granada (picture Cartagena, minus the many tourists). Stay in the
I have no doubts that Nicaragua’s time has come. We somewhat “savvy” travelers always have an eye out for the new, intriguing and affordable places to go; and yes nowadays, we are finding good reasons to fall in love with Central America’s largest country. While contentious politics remain, Nicaragua has been at peace for two
According to global retirement raters International Living (IL) and Live and Invest Overseas the new rankings for 2016 are: 1.-) PANAMA: With top scores in the categories of Benefits & Discounts (its pensionado delas for retirees are world famous), Visas & Residence and Entertainment & Ammenities, Panama displaces last year’s International Living champ, Ecuador. Besides, Panama