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“Corn Islands” o las Islas del Maíz, parte del territorio Nicaragüense, se encuentran a 70 kilómetros de Bluefields ubicado en la costa caribeña de Nicaragua, con una población de alrededor de 7 000 personas. Están compuestas por dos islas “Great Corn Island” y “Little Corn Island”. La isla más grande tiene un territorio de 10 [&hellip

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Corn Islands, paraíso en el Caribe Nicaragüense


If you’re headed to Granada, Nicaragua, you’ll want to splurge on a tranquil escape to Jicaro Island Ecolodge, a private island retreat in Las Isletas, a tiny archipelago of 365 volcanic rock islands clustered near Granada’s shoreline. Accessible by motor launch, the peaceful refuge consists of nine water’s edge casitas sustainably constructed from hurricane felled [&hellip

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Jicaro Island Ecolodge, Las Isletas, Nicaragua.


Halfway up a mountain in northern Nicaragua, between the steep streets of Matagalpa and the deep valley of Jinotega, lies a 1,500-acre organic coffee farm called Selva Negra. It’s a place where the trees hang heavy with giant lemons, papayas, and passion fruit. Roosters crow, hawks ride the breeze over the hills, hummingbirds flit, and [&hellip

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Carbon Negative Coffee in Nicaragua



National Geographic When Cerro Negro—Nicaragua’s youngest volcano—last erupted in 1999, boulders tumbled down the western slope, creating a rocky, ascendable path. On the opposite side, the wind deposited dark, smooth ash that is perfect for sliding. In 2004, this unique pairing of terrains sparked an outlandish idea: volcano boarding. “This is the only place in [&hellip

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Volcano Boarding in Nicaragua


Keep an eye out for freshwater sharks, poetry-scribbling politicos and a colourful new species of eco-smart hotel in the Central American country THERE ARE PLACES WHERE RIVERS flood the imagination. In the tropics, they arc across continents, they wind towards hearts of darkness, they arrive at the sea in mile-wide deltas of dazzling brightness. TS [&hellip

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Nicaragua’s Tropical Treasures


Nicaragua’s meseta central (central plateau) offers a picturesque patchwork of lagoons, steamy volcanic peaks and sleepy colonial villages. Not many people stay here for more than a short day-trip from nearby Granada, leaving plenty of room for exploration and singular encounters with the region’s remarkable natural, cultural and artistic imprint. While trawling Masaya’s well-stocked artisan [&hellip

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Masaya & Los Pueblos Blancos