Estelí and Segovias

As you travel north and up out of the sultry Pacific lowlands, your introduction to Nicaragua’s hilly interior begins with the Sébaco Valley, green with rice, carrot, and onion fields. From there, the Pan-American Highway struggles upward to the pleasant ...

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Chinandega

This regional capital is 72 miles north of Managua and a base point for many scenic expeditions. From this agricultural center filled with hundreds of banana, peanut, sorghum and sugar cane plantations, travelers can explore fascinating volcanoes, stunning sceneries and ...

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Caribbean Cues in Nicaragua

Nicaragua has a major Caribbean influence on its Atlantic Coast, with a vibrant mix of indigenous, African and European cultures. Visitors to Nicaragua’s Caribbean side will come across English-speaking Creole towns and indigenous Miskitu, Mayagna, Ramas and Garifuna communities throughout ...

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