Nicaragua

Nicaragua

Capital - Managua
Population - 5,780,000
Area - 129,494 km²
Density - 44.64 / km²
Currency - NIO
Official language – Spanish (regional languages Miskito, Rama, Sumo, Miskito Coastal Creole, Garifuna, Rama Cay Creole)
Nicaragua is the largest country in the Central American isthmus and it is bordered by Honduras to the north and Costa Rica to the south. To the west lies the Pacific Ocean, and to the east - the Caribbean Sea. Nicaragua is a large country with all kinds of tourist attractions and activities for visitors of all ages. Nicaragua provides beaches, colonial character, nightlife, history and natural beauty to all visitors. The most interesting places are on the Caribbean coast. Corn Islands are like the quintessential lost Caribbean paradise, Monkey Point is the ultimate raw, undeveloped getaway and Pearl Lagoon's communities offer an amazing cultural experience. There are also dozens of volcanoes worth exploring in Nicaragua, some active and some dormant. Hiking through the volcanoes and the rainforest is one of the top things to do in Nicaragua.

Lake Nicaragua

Lake Nicaragua is the second largest lake in Latin America, after Lake Titicaca and one of the largest freshwater lakes in Latin America. Nicaraguans have named it The Sweet Sea because the blue horizon as if it were the sea, and as the water is fresh. It has everything it…
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