Travel to Nicaragua

Tourism in Nicaragua flourishes during all the seasons thanks to a gorgeous climate, making it the perfect place to visit any time of year. A wide range of choices, ranging from relaxing beaches to active volcanoes and, awaits you on a vacation in Nicaragua.

If you haven't traveled to tropical Central American destinations before, you may be surprised to hear that Nicaragua has two distinct seasons—rainy and sunny. Travel to Nicaragua between November and April to experience non-stop sunny weather that is absolutely perfect for exploring the jungles and pristine beaches of the coast. Tourism in Nicaragua is booming during these months as the country comes alive with lively festivals and nightlife.

The climate in March, April, and May is hot and humid, especially in the jungle. Expect temperatures to soar upwards to 90 degrees or more. Despite the temperatures, tourism in Nicaragua is still popular in the hot season and you can find Nicaragua travel packages that keep tourists cool with frequent trips to the beach. If you're planning your vacation in Nicaragua during these hot times, take extra care to stay hydrated and protect your skin against the sun's powerful rays. Guarding against the heat is one safeguard that will ensure that your travel to Nicaragua is pleasant.

The time of year that you plan your vacation may depend on the Nicaragua sightseeing activities you are planning to partake in or the Nicaragua travel packages you're interested in. You may decide that you want to spend your time relaxing on the beaches. Nicaraguan beaches have a wide range of characteristics compared to the beaches of Mexico or Cuba. If surfing is your idea of fun, travel to Nicaragua beaches Playa Maderas where the scenery is breath taking and the surf is strong. The beach is only a thirty minute drive from San Juan del Sur and the dining and lodging options are abundant. From pure white sandy beaches that are filled with tourists to rocky dark sanded beaches barely explored by civilization, the options for beachcombing are delightfully limitless.

A strong tradition of Catholic and a culture that is proud of their heritage culminates in a variety of festivities that take place in towns across Nicaragua. Fiesta Day is a national holiday in Nicaragua that takes place on August 1st. Festivities include parades, Nicaraguan dances, fireworks, and a night of drinking and eating in honor of the patron Saint Domingo. Recreation is also highly regarded in Nicaragua, so don't be afraid to get involved in a game of street soccer when you tour some of the smaller cities in Nicaragua.

Exploring the ornate architecture of Granada is an activity that can be enjoyed any time of year. Consider looking into Nicaragua travel packages that include an overnight stop in Granada. Tourists and locals flock to the city's central hub, Parque Central, to socialize over a glass of wine, shop the small traditional markets and shops, and feast on delicious Nicaraguan food. The city was first discovered by the Spanish in 1523 and today is a great starting point for some of the best ecologically related tourist attractions in Nicaragua. When you're done taking in the sights and sounds of the city, spend a day trekking around active volcanoes or enjoy the views of the sparkling blue Pacific Ocean.

Whether you're a person who prefers the vibrant energy of a city or one who finds peace with nature, you can find what you're looking for when you travel to Nicaragua.

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