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  • Nicaragua’s Ramsar Sites – Part One

    Named after the city that hosted its inaugural meeting in 1971 (Ramsar, Iran), the Ramsar Convention is defined as "an intergovernmental treaty that embodies the commitments of its member ...

  • Visit the Theaters of Managua

    While the primary purpose of theater may be to entertain, it can also be used to educate, highlight social issues, provide food for thought and encourage creativity. In Nicaragua's capital ...

  • Tour the Carazo Department of Nicaragua

    With the city of Jinotepe as its capital, the Carazo department of Nicaragua is surrounded by the departments of Masaya, Granada, Managua and Rivas. Diriamba is the other large city in the ...

  • Important Bird Areas in Nicaragua

    Home to more than 700 species of birds, Nicaragua is an ideal destination for birding enthusiasts. BirdLife International has identified a number of Important Bird Areas (IBA) in Nicaragua ...

  • Enjoy a Cup of Nicaragua’s Organically Grown Coffee

    As a collaboration between Social Enterprise @ Goizueta, Comunidad Connect, Octane Coffee, Finca Los Pinos and Finca El Petén, Farmers to 40 is a project in Nicaragua promoting sustainable ...

  • Tapirs: Endangered ‘Gardeners of the Forest’

    Believed to have existed for forty million years, but now facing extinction, tapirs are Nicaragua's largest terrestrial mammals. They play an important role in the ecology as seed ...

  • Enjoy the Top Attractions of Diriamba

    Located to the west of Jinotepe in the Carazo department of Nicaragua, the town of Diriamba has some of the most colorful folklore and religious festivals in the country, with the most ...

  • Nicaragua’s Natural National Symbols

    The national flower of Nicaragua is the beautiful and fragrant Sacuanjoche, commonly referred to as Frangipani. Growing as shrubs and small trees, these delicate blooms consist of five ...

  • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

    Approved by US President Lyndon Johnson in 1968, Hispanic Heritage Week celebrated the contribution of Latino Americans and Hispanics to American society. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan ...

  • Explore the Top Attractions of León

    Featuring spectacular Spanish-style architecture and home to a number of interesting historical and cultural attractions, the city of León in Nicaragua is a popular tourism destination located ...