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Nicaragua Vacations

To the new generation of travelers, Nicaragua represents booming beach breaks, volcano hiking, island paradises and laid-back colonial towns.

Boasting the highest percentage of forest in Central American, combined with the lowest population density, Nicaragua is one of the most biologically diverse regions in the Americas.

Region: Central America

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Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa Resort

Golf and Mountain View Bohio, Includes daily breakfast, Includes welcome amenity of mini bottles of Flor de Cana Rum, Exclusive $100 Off per booking, FREE Wi-Fi

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Featured Nicaragua Hotel

Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa Resort

Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa Resort

Our 5-Star classification designates those select properties that provide exquisite service and amenities. The discriminating traveler will find the accommodations, ambiance, dining, and staff assistance of the highest caliber. These properties offer the utmost in luxury and will provide an outstanding experience.
Playa Manzanillo

This intimate and luxurious resort offers an unforgettable escape amid lush natural surroundings with magnificent ocean views.

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Overview

Tourism in Nicaragua is booming, as word spreads about its hospitality and dazzling natural attractions from towering volcanoes and splendid beaches, to giant lakes and wild jungles.

What To Do

Snack on coconuts and swim crystal clear waters. Scramble up a volcano. Wander around beautiful colonial towns. Go wildlife-watching in one of the country's national parks or nature reserves, or catch a river boat down the picturesque Río San Juan. The possibilities for fun are endless in Nicaragua.

Events

Each town and city in Nicaragua has annual celebrations for its patron saint. These fiestas patronales include distinctive masked processions and mock battles involving folkloric figures satirizing the Spanish conquistadors. The most famous of these saints' days are held in honor of San Sebastián (January) and Santiago (July 25).