Nicaragua: A Land of Breathtaking and Unexplored Regions

Nicaragua, a nation of geographical superlatives, is the largest country in Central America. Its diverse landscape covers an area of 129,494 square kilometers with a broad range of climates, regions, and topographies for visitors to discover. In a country that remains 80% undeveloped, travelers can enjoy an incredible array of experiences ranging from hiking through rain forests and jungles, discovering deserted beaches, diving untouched reefs, climbing active volcanoes, surfing the perfect wave or just simply exploring the unexplored.
The country known as the “land of lakes and volcanoes” is primarily divided into three regions: the North-Central Mountains, the Pacific Coast and the Caribbean Coast.