Almost in the centre of Nicaragua, lies the Boaco region. It has an estimated population of three hundred and seventeen thousand and is made up of rolling hills, breathtaking natural landscapes and well maintained agricultural areas. Until the Spanish occupation, the Boaco region was home to large nuhuas tribes and sumos tribes, but it would be the Spanish influence that would begin the ...
Not many people choose to visit Camoapa, even though this municipality is somewhat bigger than other more popular Nicaraguan towns. Camoapa is situated in the Boaco department and the principal town of the area is located only 114 kilometers from Managua. There are roughly 40 700 people living in Camoapa and agriculture is the economy’s largest industry. Unfortunately Camoapa is has one of ...