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Nicaragua is “the land of lakes and volcanoes” as it has some of the largest freshwater lakes in Central America.
It is also a very traditional country, having one of the most beautiful representations of colonial architecture and the oldest city in the western hemisphere. In addition, Nicaraguans are very artistic and respected for their warmth and hospitality.
Managua, León, Granada, Jinotega, Matagalpa, Chinandega and Masaya
Republic of Nicaragua
130,373 km²/ 50,173 sq. mi
Agriculture and tourism
Nicaragua has a diverse climate due to the mountains chain that runs diagonally through Central America from northwest to southeast. Therefore, its weather varies according to altitude. It could be extremely hot and windy, hot and wet, or humid and rainy.
Meet Our Local Team
Our presence and infrastructure allow us to offer on the ground support through our expert team who is locally present — living and breathing the local culture.
They will assist you every step on the way throughout the relocation process.
Nicaragua has a lot to offer, from beautiful landscapes with water reserves and two of the largest freshwater lakes in Central America, Lake Managua and Lake Nicaragua, to a culturally rich society due to the many indigenous tribes throughout the country. A few of the most iconic landmarks and tourist spots include Ometepe Island, Pearl Cays, Little Corn Island, Masaya Volcano, San Juan de Oriente, Cerro Negro, El Hoyo, Solentiname Archipelago, and Popoyo Beach.