Nicaragua Real Estate in the Atlantic Lowlands is Worthwhile
Nicaragua property is the choice of many American investors as the country has a lot to offer and is eager to welcome foreign investment. There is wide variation in the geography of the country and Nicaragua property on the Pacific Coast is very different from Nicaragua real estate on the Atlantic coast.
While the west coast is more populated and shows distinct Spanish character in its architecture, language and culture, the east coast is more Caribbean in nature and sparsely populated. Here English is the predominant language spoken. The tropical climate, people and surroundings can lull you into believing you are in a Caribbean port. Nicaragua real estate in the larger cities of the region such as Bluefields is perhaps cheaper than on the west coast.
The eastern Atlantic lowland is the perfect place to purchase Nicaragua property for a farm. Much of the land is covered by lush tropical forests cover but the plains along the many rivers and the natural levees are suitable for agriculture. The conditions are suitable for growing coconut palms, banana, Yuca, pineapple lime, mangoes, guava, cacao and orange. Nicaragua real estate in this region is good value for money particularly for retirees who would like to work on the land.
The area has dense tropical forests and nature lovers will delight in the variety of greenery and the exotic tropical birds that are seen among the rich foliage of the trees. Bird lovers can look forward to spotting a great variety of birds including eagles, turkeys, toucans, parakeets and macaws. The unspoiled forsets are also home to several species of animals including different species of monkeys, ant-eaters, white-tailed deer and tapirs.
An added bonus on buying Nicaragua real estate around Bluefields is its proximity to the Corn Islands which are just a short flight from Bluefields. These small, beautiful islands are popular as a resort area. They are surrounded by white coral and are perfect for bathing, surfing and fishing. One can even climb a mountain on Little Corn Island and eat one’s fill of seafood, lobster and shell fish on Great Corn Island.