Nicaragua Travel Articles

Island Moment – Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua
Hilary Miller longs to return to Nicaragua's most beautiful island and the best host she's ever had.
The Great Sultan – Granada, Nicaragua
The Great Sultan – Granada, Nicaragua home_march25_sultan.jpgLeave Nicaragu
Nicaragua Travel Facts
The Basics Country: Nicaragua Where is it?: Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Costa Rica and Honduras Why do people go here?: For many people, Nicaragua is not a destination in its own right yet, rather a stop between neighboring countries. This is in part due to regions […]
Managua Travel Facts
The Basics City Name: Managua Where is it located?: Managua is located in Nicaragua, in the western half of the country near the Pacific Ocean. Why do people go there?: The city is cheap, and has the crime and poverty that go along with it. Often destroyed by natural disasters, Managua finds itself in a […]
A Year and a Day #24: Christmas and New Year\’s Eve, but where was the fiesta? – Nicaragua
Daniel crossed over into Nicaragua and found his favourite city in Central America so far: Grenada.
Hippocrates Laughs – Nicaragua
Shawna Kenney goes to Central America to cure her friend's loneliness and finds another world in the process.
Worldwide with Wee-Cheng #22: Nicaragua: Bulls’ Testicles in the Land of Fire and Revolution – Nicaragua
Worldwide with Wee-Cheng #22: Nicaragua: Bulls’ Testicles in the Land of Fire and Revolution – Nicaragua If the North Americans will leave the place alone, peaceful Nicaragua can finish the process of rebuilding after years of conflict.
Tapir Travels #6: Colonial Charm
Granada's European architecture and then in to the jungles of the Miskito Coast.
Tapir Travels #5
Slowing down for a chronic allergy and then on to Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua.
Managua: Against All Odds
View of the city from the Loma de Tiscapa As a capital constantly battered by death and destruction, Managua’s reputation precedes itself: Flooded by Lake Managua in 1876, leveled by an earthquake in 1885, damaged by a military arsenal in 1902, destroyed by civil war in 1912, occupied by US Marines from 1928-1933, torched by […]