Nicaragua-Is it Safe?

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You say you want a revolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world
You tell me that it’s evolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world

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April 2018 will be a month forever etched in the minds and hearts of all Nicaraguans…and probably expats too. It was the beginning of an evolution of sorts. Not a week didn’t go by when you didn’t see one new article or another touting the beauty and adventure you would find in Nicaragua. All the travel magazines had it pegged to be the “must visit” place in Latin America. But on April 19th, “The New Costa Rica” had an awakening. It realized that it was a country as passionate about its people as it is about its politics. It realized that the only thing constant is change. No one expected shedding a tear for peace in a country once known as the most peaceful in Central America.

Nicaragua is a beautiful country. There are so many things to see and do that you couldn’t be bored even if you wanted to. There are beautiful colonial cities to discover, there are dozens of unique lakes to explore, there are Volcanoes to climb, there is delicious Gallo Pinto to try, but most of all there are the most humble and friendliest people waiting to meet you. Nicaragua is open for business. It’s waiting for you with open arms to introduce you to landscapes you won’t find anywhere else, beautiful beaches that will soak away any stress you have and cure your winter blues. There are so many things waiting for you to discover here in Nicaragua.

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  1. Len says:

    Caroline… a great post. Since it was exactly what I’d have wanted to say about Nicaragua at this moment I shared your post across all my travel related websites and social media accounts. So refreshing to read something truthful and positive about current events in my much loved, adopted country. I feel for the folks in Leon and wish them the best going forward. Granada saw very little of the protests, we were so lucky.

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