The Republic of Nicaragua is a multi-ethnic country commonly referred to as “the land of lakes and volcanos.” Being one of the poorest countries in the America’s, with 48% of the population living below the poverty line, it’s no surprise that Nicaragua has a colourful history of political unrest, dictatorship and fiscal crisis. Today approximately ⅕ of Nicaragua is a protected area; either through national parks, nature reserves or biological reserves. In spite of its past turmoil, the country has risen from the ashes and is slowly becoming a popular tourist destination.
On vacation in Granada, Nicaragua and wondering what to do? Check out the best 9 things to do around the city.
Step by step we ascended Mombacho's 4,400 feet in the hot sun and hiked the crater trail giving ourselves heat exhaustion in the process.
Recklessly sliding down the Cerro Negro volcano on a piece of plastic is not an activity for the fainthearted.
The wild Pacific waves of San Juan del Sur are a hit with the surfers. Read about our weekend at Nicaragua's most popular surfing destination.
The city of Masaya has tours galore looking to show off their active volcano, colourful markets and exquisite pottery.
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