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 ...
Some who have visited the country would argue that there is little nightlife in Nicaragua to enjoy. Others would say that it is vibrant and colorful. The differences in opinion are understandable, since Nicaragua’s nightlife options change from city to city and it all depends on where you go and who you know.
Nicaraguans are well known for their rich cultural heritage and traditions. Throughout the year, various religious and patriotic festivals and events in Nicaragua are enjoyed by the people of the country.
- Granada Region
Lake Cocibolca, otherwise known as Lake Nicaragua, is the second largest lake in Latin America. The lake's surface is so vast that one cannot see one side from the other. Apart from its size, Lake Cocibolca is famous for its many lake islands. One of these islands – Ometepe – is the largest of its kind in the world. If you visit Lake Cocibolca, you will likely enjoy spending some time on one ...
- Rivas Region
Rivas is an interesting little city situated between Lake Nicaragua and the Pacific Ocean. It is region that is home to majestic mountains and diverse wildlife, as well as to the little city of Rivas. The economy is based mainly on tourism and cattle ranching, as well as on agriculture. Though relatively small, it is an intriguing part of Nicaragua to visit.