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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Nicaragua is a must-see in 2013: NY Times

Most people who have spent time in Nicaragua won't be surprised that the New York Times has rated Nicaragua as a must-see country for 2013. That's ahead of the over-the top expensive places like Amsterdam and Bhutan.
Lots of beaches are prime spots of the backpacker vacation route in Nicaragua, especially spots ideal for surfing. There are also colonial cities, towns off the beaten track, volcanoes, lakes, rivers and jungles. And for the culturally and politically savvy, there are plenty of chances to see great plays and view or purchase art, and relive the great moments in the country's dramatic political history.
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While the backpackers arrive in Nicaragua in ever-greater numbers, the NY Times article explains that high-quality lodging, food, and tours are now available here. The people of Nicaragua are noted for their friendliness, too. Surfing, yoga, sun and sightseeing are all available here and easy for travelers to reach. And as the article suggests, tourism is now a formidable aspect of the Nicaraguan economy.
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Nature tours are high-quality, too. In Laguna de Apoyo Nature Reserve, for instance, birds and monkeys are easily seen even by novice nature lovers. The lake is clear and hosts several fish species only found within its crater. It's one of the must-see places for birdwatchers and scuba divers.

You can arrange a guided birdwatching tour or SCUBA dive with Estacion Biologica FUNDECI/GAIA. Lodging and Spanish classes can be provided in the Laguna de Apoyo Nature Reserve; internships and volunteer opportunities are also possible. It's easy to travel to Nicaragua, with connecting flights daily in Miami, Houston, Atlanta, and other cities. 
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