Tips & Tricks
Playa Los Cajones (San Rafael del Sur area) – this Pacfic coast beach (located between the beaches of Quizalá and Costa Azul), is one of the closest to the capital, and has three segments: one for vacation houses, another one for bars and rustic palapas located near an estuary, and the third one for rural […]
Xiloá Lagoon (Masaya area) – Lake Managua (which is the capital’s waterfront) is too polluted to recommend for swimming. Visitors interested in swimming may want to consider a short excursion outside of the capital to engage in such activities. One ideal spot os Xiloá Lagoon, which is just 30 minutes from Managua (in the Chiltepe […]
Playa Montelimar – located just over an hour southwest of Managua, this is one of the most exclusive beaches in Central America. It also hosts the first resort hotel in the country (Barceló). There are a lot of palm trees in the sand, and image that has been turned into the icon of this destination. […]
Teatro Victor Romeo (Parque Las Palmas, Managua) – this theater offers a selection of dance, theater, and musical performances. Located in the Association of Contemporary Dance center, this theater aims to contribute to the artistic and cultural development in Nicaragua.
Sports Fishing — Sport fishing is truly one of Nicaragua’s greatest draws. With two oceans, gigantic lakes, multiple rivers and inviting lagoons, Nicaragua has something different to offer every fishing enthusiast. The International Sports Fishing Tournament takes place each September on the San Juan River and on Ometepe Island, recognized as the world’s 10th largest […]
Surfing — The beaches of Nicaragua, especially those on the country’s Pacific coast, are known for impressive surf and unexploited beauty. The most popular destination for surfers from around the world is a 37-mile stretch of beaches called San Juan del Sur. This region, located on the southwest coast of the country, was a stop […]