In the heart of Central America, Nicaragua truly deserves the descriptive nickname of “The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes.” Visitors to Nicaragua are able to enjoy the natural beauty of dozens of volcanoes, rivers, and lakes, as well as two oceans.
WHAT SHOULD YOU KNOW TO TRAVEL TO NICARAGUA?
Central America, between the Caribbean Sea (East), the Pacific Ocean (West), Honduras (North) and Costa Rica (South). Geographic coordinates: 13:00 North, 85:00 West.
Nicaragua obtained the seal of safe travels from the World Travel and Tourism Council, WTTC, for applying Tourism Biosafety Protocols in the context of covid-19, which were jointly prepared by government institutions such as the Nicaraguan Tourism Board, Intur; Ministry of Health, Minsa; Ministry of Labor, Mitrab; National Technological Institute, Inatec; Ministry of Development, Industry, and Commerce, Mific; and the private sector.
Río Coco, in Nicaragua, is the first UNESCO Global Geopark in Central America
UNESCO Global Geoparks are unique and unified geographical areas, in which sites and landscapes of international geological importance are managed, with a holistic concept of protection, education and sustainable development. A UNESCO Global Geopark uses its geological heritage, in connection with all other aspects of the area’s natural and cultural heritage, to increase awareness and understanding of the main issues facing society, such as the sustainable use of natural resources. the Earth, mitigating the effects of climate change and reducing the impact of natural disasters.
Are there commercial flights to Nicaragua?
Flights schedules are as follow: