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  • Regions

    Matagalpa Region

    Located in the mountainous region of central Nicaragua, the Matagalpa department is divided into thirteen municipalities – Ciudad Dario, Esquipulas, Matagalpa, Matiguas, Muy Muy, Rancho Grande, Rio Blanco, San Dionisio, San Isidro, San Ramon, Sebaco, Terrabona and Tuma-La Dalia. The capital city of the department is Matagalpa, located in the municipality of the same name. The city is one of ...

  • Matagalpa Region

    Rio Blanco

    Rio Blanco is a marvelous town situated in the department of Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Renowned for its natural treasures, Rio Blanco municipality is home to some 30,000 individuals. Rio Blanco or Blanco River runs through the municipality and its sparkling waters attract nature lovers from around the world. So if you are looking to escape from the busy cities of Nicaragua, make your way to Rio ...

  • National parks

    Los Guatuzos Refuge

    The Refugio de Vida Sivestre Los Guatuzos, or Los Guatuzos Wildlife Refuge, contains the best areas for viewing tropical fauna and flora in Nicaragua. The wildlife refuge protects 43,750 hectares of wetland and tropical wet forests located south of Lake Nicaragua and west of the San Juan River. It is also the only tropical wetland that is internationally recognized in Nicaragua and holds an ...

  • National parks

    Montibelli Nature Reserve

    One of a few privately owned nature reserves in Nicaragua, the Montibelli Nature Reserve is well known as being one of the best places to go for great bird watching. It is located just 30 minutes from Managua and covers a large section of the Pacific basin, so there is plenty of tropical dry forest to explore. The reserve is rich in plant and animal life and you will find birds such as ...

  • National parks

    Indio Maiz Reserve

    The Indio Maíz Biological Reserve is found in the southeastern region of Nicaragua bordering the San Juan River and is considered to be one of the best preserved and basically unexplored reserves in the country. This well kept secret is about 640,000 acres or 3,180 km², making it the biggest lowland tropical rainforest in the Amazon with a large variety of rainforest animals. This magical ...

  • Attractions

    Wildlife

    As a beautiful diverse and still somewhat undeveloped country, one of Nicaragua’s biggest attractions is its wildlife. Filled with all kinds of interesting animals, birds, fish, insects and plants, an animal lover will find Nicaragua a virtual paradise. Of course, not all these delightful creatures are within easy access to the public. Much of Nicaragua’s wildlife live in wildlife reserves ...

  • 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!