Nicaragua es la sensación

Muchos no lo saben, pero este pedacito de Centroamérica está causando alboroto entre la comunidad viajera

Nicaragua ha cambiado el mapa turístico. Esconde verdaderos paraísos entre volcanes, cañones y maravillas por arriba y debajo del mar. Hace un año fue seleccionado por la revista  ‘Mondo’, como el mejor destino de aventura. ¡Descúbrelo!

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Another Great Granada, in Nicaragua

One of Central America’s most atmospheric cities, named upon founding in 1524 after the original
Granada in southern Spain’s Andalusia region, this city on the shores of
Lake Nicaragua (aka Lake Concibolca) in the west of the now peaceful country of
Nicaragua is the oldest on the the Americas’ continental mainland. About 40 minutes by road from capital
Managua and its airport, this Granada (pop.  1118,000) is also one of CentAm’s loveliest and most
popular with visitors (quite on a par with its colonial sister capital Antigua, Guatemala).

Nicaragua’s tourism revolution: this is the year to visit

Nicaragua is fast becoming the must-visit Central American nation

Nicaragua is fast becoming the must-visit Central American nation.

Sarah Gilbert tells us why you need to explore this fascinating country before the crowds and canals move in.

The land of lakes and volcanoes is also the land of lively colonial cities, wildlife-rich forests and deserted beaches. It’s a nature lover’s paradise: Costa Rica without the crowds – for now. After years of civil war and natural disasters, the largest country in Central America has been…

Esta resaltante figura del volcán Momotombo nunca se irá de tu mente.

Los 27 Secretos con que Nicaragua enamora a los turistas

1. Esta resaltante figura del volcán Momotombo nunca se irá de tu mente.
Jean-Pierre Dalbéra CC BY / Via Flickr: dalbera

2. Y si te aventuras a subirlo, la vista que te espera.


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Nicaragua was off the radar for years due to a combination of natural disasters and political unrest. The good news is that those days are in the past, and the country is rapidly developing a reputation as “the next Costa Rica.” Adventure travellers are increasingly choosing Nicaragua for hiking, surfing, kayaking, biking, and boarding down an active volcano (yes, really) while the culturally curious flock to the colonial towns…