Moving To Nicaragua-How will you fit in?

Nicaragua has become an incredibly popular spot for travelers from all around the world who are looking for one destination that can offer culture, affordability, lush jungles and amazing beaches.

Nicaragua is also an unparalleled place to call home.  The largest country in Central America has incredible weather throughout the year and the tropical lifestyle you have always dreamed of close to home.

If you have been considering  move to Nicaragua, but you’re wondering if an expat life here would be right for your personality, let’s look at some lifestyles to see whether you would be a good fit for life here in the land of lakes and volcanoes.

Social Butterflysocial

If you would  describe yourself as outgoing, funny and the person most likely to make friends everywhere that you go   and you can thrive in just about any environment you are considered a Social butterfly thanks to your adaptable nature.

Nicaragua as a whole is an amazing melting pot of culture. If you’re naturally outgoing, you’ll have the opportunity to meet people from all around the world on a daily basis.

With a ever expanding expat base , you’ll find social activities plentiful. You can meet new friends at a golf course , sip a cocktail at sunset at a pristine beach restaurant with new friends or mingle with like-minded folks after a group yoga class.

Adventure seeker/ Explorer 

One of the great things about calling Nicaragua home is that it can serve as the home base for all kinds of adventures. If you’re an explorer at heart, Nicaragua is full of potential   experiences that you will remember forever.

You might want to  go horseback riding through a jungle,  kayaking or surfing in the Rio San Jun Region, the mountains of Matagalpa or you might prefer to hike volcanoes and enjoy a sport you’ll only find in Nicaragua…Volcano boarding down the Cerro Negro. Whatever adventure lies ahead, you can always  take time to reflect,  recharge and set off on the next big expedition of fun.

Nature Lover

If you consider yourself to be an extrovert but love quiet nature,  you’ll enjoy what Nicaragua has to offer. Since the country still boasts a tremendous amount of pristine and undeveloped terrain, it is actually the perfect spot for someone who wants to quietly reflect on their beautiful surroundings.

You’re never far from finding a secluded spot on the beach, and it is hard not to fall in love with nature as you’re walking across a rope bridge erected high in a jungle canopy. If you have  hobbies like golf, hiking or cycling or you just love reading a book in the sunshine, Nicaragua is just the right fit.

 Cultural Enthusiast

If you’re naturally inquisitive, then you will love the beauty of Nicaragua since it boasts a vibrant culture and a rich history that also offers a lot to explore and discover.

Those curious about the local culture could try learning Spanish. There is so much to learn  about the colonial architecture that is prevalent in cities like Leon and Granada or  you might  enjoy taking part in dozens of local festivals year round boasting parades and lots of street dancing.   Folklore  plays a big part of the Nicaraguan cultural scene. If you check out live music and traditional West African Garifuna dancing on the Caribbean coast it will be sure to delight you. “El Güegüense”  is a theatrical play that represents  post Colombian folklore of Nicaragua.  UNESCO  proclaimed it a “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” in 2005 making Nicaragua the only country in  Central America and one of six in Latin America  to have 2 proclaimed masterpieces by UNESCO.

Whatever your personality type, Nicaragua is a country  that offers something for everyone. So if you consider yourself a  cultural enthusiast, an explorer in search of your next adventure, a quiet and reflective nature lover or an outgoing social butterfly, then you should seriously consider moving to Nicaragua. How will you fit in?

 

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