Seems hard to believe that the country considered to be the second poorest country in the hemisphere, is poised to become the next top visited destination in the Caribbean.
Week after week articles have been appearing online promoting Nicaragua as a tourist hotspot. So what’s really going on here?
Who would have thought that Hosting the 2012 skydiving competition last month would have been such a success. Skydiving in Nicaragua??? Yes Indeed!
Nicaragua currently has an excellent real estate market and has much lower prices than Panama. In addition to bargain basement real estate, you’ll also find pristine beaches, lagoons, volcanoes, colonial cities, farms, sustainable tourism, eco tourism, rural tourism, entertainment, travel, medical facilities, business opportunities, one of the lowest crime rates in the Americas, an interesting culture,and so much more.
Nicaragua is a country unlike any other. Its simplicity of character, yesteryear charm and colonial cities are strong invitations to stay and enjoy. Nicaragua has cafés where expatriates gather and sidewalks in cities like León are decorated with North American and European backpackers. It is a remembrance of finer things, a slower more pleasing world and no one can look at it without a sense of emotional connection.
Most North Americans, Asians and Europeans live in an obsessive society with Workaholics that over schedule their lives with unnecessarily activities, and load them up with lots of stress. The majority of these being predominantly middle class. While the lower class is the largest in Nicaragua, and some middle class have returned from exile, the lower class still comprises probably 90% of the population. Additionally because the average wage is much lower in Nicaragua, the middle class North American is more comparable in lifestyle, education, and experience to the higher class Nicaraguans. Nicaraguans are very family oriented and it is not unusual for children to live with their parents way past their 30s. There is a strong work ethic in Nicaraguan culture but not nearly as much stress as you would find in other societies. Weekends are almost always spent at home relaxing with friends and family and other outdoor activities.
Yet another paradise of Central America, that’s exactly what Nicaragua is. … take a flight to Nicaragua to experience what all the hype is about. … scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, parasailing, kayaking, boating and fishing. Next time you think of one of the most awesome travel experiences you’ve ever had, you’ll find yourself saying Ähhh!, Nicaragua