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  • Attractions


    Most visitors to Nicaragua will look for some form of nighttime entertainment to relax at the end of a busy day. What better form of entertainment is there than that of live theater? Culturally enlightening, lively and enjoyable, live theater is one of the best forms of evening entertainment that a tourist can enjoy while visiting a foreign country. Nicaragua is certainly no exception to the ...

  • Boaco Region


    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 ...

  • Atlantico Sur (South Atlantic)

    El Rama

    Today, El Rama is quiet and peaceful and is one of the lesser known destinations in Nicaragua. However, just a few years ago it was a road less traveled due to the danger and fear that surrounded this little tropical paradise. Unfortunately, it became a target of war efforts because of its strategic location between rivers. It was also conveniently situated on the fastest route to the ...

  • Carazo Region


    The city of Jinotepe can be found on the south pacific side of the country in the Diriamba highlands which is on the south west of Nicaragua. It borders Managua, Granada, Rivas and Masaya. Nicaragua is one of the second poorest countries found in the Western Hemisphere, but still has a lot to offer with its beautiful cloud forests and volcanoes. Jinotepe is 569 meters (1,867 feet) above sea ...

  • Theatres

    Victor Romeo

    Whilst staying in Managua you are certain to spend some evenings out on the town. There are many fine restaurants, coffee shops and bars where you can enjoy a tasty meal, something cool to drink and great company. Night clubs in Nicaragua are also popular amongst tourists who like to party right into the morning hours. But for those who prefer an evening filled with culture, there are the ...

  • Sights

    Markets at Masaya

    The Masaya Market has been alive for centuries and its role remains the same today: the trade of goods and the exhibition of art and culture. It started life in a building that was once a law and philosophy university but the building needed a few changes to turn it into a market place. These renovations finally came to an end in 1891 and the marketplace was ready for trade. Despite the fact ...

  • Museums

    Centro de Arte

    Right near the front of the San Francisco Church in Leon, you will find Nicaragua’s Centro de Arte. The building itself is not as beautiful as other colonial structures that can be found in Leon, but it is dedicated to the artwork of various western artists who came to the fore over the last four centuries. The center is designed to help students and families learn more about Nicaraguan and ...

  • Travel


    Planning an itinerary for your vacation in Nicaragua can be difficult, especially when you consider the abundance of attractions and activities on offer throughout this spectacular country. Whilst surfing you have likely discovered numerous places to visit and things to do during your holiday in Nicaragua. Where do you begin with your exciting Nicaraguan holiday?

  • Attractions

    Art Galleries

    Nicaragua is a country with a rich, vibrant cultural heritage. The people of Nicaragua often expresses themselves by means of the arts, whether it through painting, drawing or pottery. They also express themselves through performing arts and literature. A visit to one of Nicaragua's art galleries can give you real insight into the deep emotions and perceptions of Nicaraguans. Nicaraguan art ...

  • Culture


    A proverb is a brief saying that is often widely used and usually states a basic truth or embodies a fact that many people have experienced. Because of this a study of Nicaraguan proverbs can provide much insight into Nicaraguans, their perceptions and cultural traditions.