Nicaragua is a popular adventure destination in Central America. Located between the waves of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the country of Nicaragua is an intriguing land of dramatic scenery and friendly people. Although its abundance of waterways, volcanoes, colonial towns and tranquil pueblos offer tourists much to explore, Nicaragua’s tumultuous recent history has left it relatively undiscovered.
The country offers Volcanoes to climb, waves to surf, tropical rainforest to trek and colorful, colonial cities to explore. The climate is hot and humid, with the “summer” dry season running mid-November through mid-May and the “winter” rainy season running from mid-May through mid-November. Terrain ranges from the hilly and volcanic to coastal beaches and tropical jungles. Yet the country remains undiscovered by the tourist hordes, with misconceptions still lingering in the popular consciousness.
Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America and contains the largest freshwater body in Central America, Lago de Nicaragua or Cocibolca.
Of the world’s 250,000 species of flowering plants and estimated 15,000 to 17,000 are found in Central America. Nicaragua is believed to be home to over 9,000 species many of which are thought to be of medicinal value.
Nicaragua remains a favorite backpackers destination due to its ‘off the beaten track’ appeal. Nicaraguans are friendly and hospitable and tourists are truly welcome here. San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua is a tranquil fishing village nestled at the head of a horseshoe-shaped bay on the Pacific coast of southern Nicaragua.
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