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  • FFI: Promoting Conservation in Nicaragua

    With its stated vision being to promote a 'sustainable future for the planet, where biodiversity is effectively conserved by the people who live closest to it, supported by the global ...

  • History, Art and Culture at the National Museum

    Located in the majestic National Palace of Culture in Managua's historic center, the national Museum is a treasure trove of interesting information on Nicaragua's history, culture, art, ...

  • Bats of Nicaragua: Vital to the Ecology

    With their babies known as 'pups' and groups referred to as a 'clouds' or 'colonies', bats are possibly the most misunderstood creatures in Nicaragua. Tales of vampire bats, while having some ...

  • Explore the Pacific Coast of Nicaragua

    With the Pacific Ocean washing its shores, the west coast of Nicaragua is well known for its beautiful beaches fringed by the greenery of tropical forests, and is one of the regions of the ...

  • Culture and History in Estelí

    The Nicaraguan city of Estelí has a number of interesting attractions, one of which is the History and Archeology Museum founded by historian Berenice Castellano in 1993. With its brightly ...

  • Apoyo Lagoon Natural Reserve

    The Apoyo Lagoon lies in a crater near the center of a long volcanic chain running from north to south in Nicaragua, between the departments of Granada and Masaya. Declared as a nature reserve ...

  • ANIDE: Promoting Nicaragua’s Literary Talent

    The Nicaraguan Association of Writers – Asociación Nicaragüense de Escritoras (ANIDE) – was founded in July 2000, acquiring its legal status in 2003. Initiated by sixteen writers from varied ...

  • Take a Flight to San Juan del Norte

    Officially renamed San Juan de Nicaragua in 2002, the municipality formerly known as San Juan del Norte has recently opened a new airport on the outskirts of its main town, known alternatively ...

  • Manatees – Nicaragua’s Fascinating Aquatic Mammals

    As the largest surviving member of the aquatic mammal order Sirenia, which includes the dugong and the long extinct Steller's sea cow, the West Indian manatee is listed as 'vulnerable' by the ...

  • Nicaraguan Poet Receives Prestigious Award

    Ernesto Cardenal has long been recognized as one of the iconic literary figures of Nicaragua who has played an important role in the development of the country as an independent nation. He is ...