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  • Regions

    Leon Region

    With the Pacific Ocean as its western border, the León department of Nicaragua consists of ten municipalities – El Jicaral, El Sauce, La Paz Centro, Larreynaga, León, Nagarote, Quezalguaque, San Jose de Achuapa, Santa Rosa del Penon and Telica. The capital of the department is the city of León, located in the municipality of the same name.

  • Regions

    Rivas Region

    With Lake Nicaragua to the east and the beautiful Pacific Ocean to the west, the Rivas department of Nicaragua with its stunning beaches and other natural attractions is a popular holiday destination. Rivas department is divided into ten municipalities – Altagracia, Belen, Buenos Aires, Cardenas, Moyogalpa, Potosi, Rivas, San Jorge, San Juan del Sur and Tola – with agriculture featuring as a ...

  • Regions

    Carazo Region

    The cities of El Rosario, La Conquista, Diriamba, Jinotepe, Santa Teresa, La Paz de Carazo, Dolores and San Marcos are located in the Carazo Department of Nicaragua and are also the eight municipalities of the region. The capital of the region is Jinotepe and each city in the Carazo Department has a variety of activities and attractions for visitors and tourists to enjoy. The department is ...

  • Leon Region

    Nagarote

    Nagarote is located in the Nicaraguan department of León. This stunning city is located just 42 km from the city of Managua between the natural wonders of the Pacific Ocean and the Lake Nicaragua. There are several interesting things to see in Nagarote and the people are very friendly. Nicaragua's Nagarote has formed a sister city alliance with Norwalk in Connecticut, USA, in an effort to ...

  • Chinandega Region

    Corinto

    Corinto is a very small coastal town that is located on the northwest of Nicaragua. Even though Corinto only has a population of approximately 20 000 and the town itself is very poor, it is also home to one of the biggest harbor ports. If you are looking for a forgotten town where life passes by slowly and where there is not a hint of city life, then Puerto Corinto is the ...

  • Attractions

    Tourism

    Nicaragua is packed with marvelous attractions and features that make for a brilliant tourism industry. White sandy beaches, tropical forests, one of the biggest lakes in Latin America and stunning colonial cities all contribute to a great tourism experience. No wonder Nicaragua tourism is growing every year!

  • Activites

    Surfing

    Nicaragua may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of surfing in Central America, but it really is one of those places that offers everything a surfer needs for an awesome surfing exeperience. Year-round surf, warm waters and great waves are just some of the things that are causing Nicaragua to gain popularity amongst surfers – especially when you compare the uncrowded ...

  • Atlantico Norte (North Atlantic)

    Puerto Cabezas

    Puerto Cabezas is the department capital of RAAN and is situated on the Atlantic Coast. The city was recently officially renamed Bilwi, but most locals still refer to it as Puerto Cabezas. It is located 560 km northeast of Managua and has quite a sizable population made up of English, Spanish, Miskito and Sumo speaking individuals. While there is a large Miskito presence in the area, the ...

  • Attractions

    Beaches

    If you’re looking for the ultimate place to soak up the sun and enjoy the cool tranquility of water, look no further than Nicaragua. With beaches stretching along both the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, as well a number of inland lakes and rivers, you will have no shortage of beautiful beaches to enjoy in this stunning country. In fact, many visitors have come to view Nicaragua as the ...

  • Business

    Real Estate

    While still in the early stages of shrugging off the image of a rough-and-tumble, politically troubled country, Nicaragua is fast developing as a very sought after real estate market. When you think of the immense beauty of this country and combine it with prime real estate and super low prices, it’s easy to understand why so many people are leaping at the opportunity to invest in Nicaragua ...