Located in a privileged place for its climate, the mountains, at 843.97 meters above sea level, the city of Estelí is one of the coolest of all of Nicaragua with monsoon type weather highlands.
Founded in 1524, Granada is the oldest city of the Americas on firm land. It is a beautiful colonial city with baroque and neoclassical structures and its splendid mud tile roofs.
Jinotega ”The Mists” Nicaragua is a city located 160km north of the capital Managua and is located in a long valley with cool weather.
The city of León is located 90 Km northwest of Managua. Along with Granada, it alternated being the capital of Nicaragua until 1852. You can observe its colonial heritage in many of its antique buildings and churches.
Near Rivas is the “Puerto de San Jorge”, a small fishermen village where you take a boat ride to “Isla de Ometepe”. This is one of the biggest lacustrine islands of the world and is famous for its two majestic volcanoes: the “Concepción” and the “Maderas”
San Juan del Sur, also a small picturesque fishermen village, has a beautiful bay with many small restaurants and bars. It is a port of call for cruise ships and a favorite vacation spot.
It borders Honduras and is crossed by the Panamerican Highway. Chinandega department has 4,929 km² and a population of 405,000 inhabitants distributed in thirteen municipalities.
Corn Island is a small paradise, only 1.5 hours away from Managua by plane. It has 8 km2 of unspoiled, natural white sandy beaches. The water is blue on one side of the island and turquoise on the other.
Corn Island is a Nicaraguan city of the Autonomous Region of the Southern Caribbean Coast (RACCS), consists of two islands located about 70 km east or off the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua.
The capital of Nicaragua is a vibrant city that is developing very fast. Managua is located on the southern shore of Lake Managua and around the beautiful Laguna de Tiscapa.
Masaya is called the City of Flowers, as it was named by Rubén Darío, is the Cradle of Nicaragua’s folklore and crafts. Only 26 Km from Managua, Masaya is well-known for its hammocks, hemp tapestries, embroidered dresses, beautifully carved objects and ceramics.
Matagalpa and Jinotega are located on the Nicaraguan north-center high plateau. It has a rich variety of wildlife and flora that includes beautiful ferns and orchids living in a humid tropical forest environment.