Nicaragua is a very poor country. I went with my nursing school to help family's out. This little girls touched my heart. If you every get the chance try to make a trip there. It's a very beautiful country with volcanoes and wonderful beaches!
Cities near Managua for Luxury Travelers
- 1Nicaragua2 reviews
Nice little town famous for its market and volcano. The market is the best shopping spot that we saw on our visit to Nicaragua. The town is also home to a number of small shops / boutiques.
- 2Nicaragua21 reviews
Charming colonial town with a lovely cathedral, plenty of restaurant options, and a nice location next to Lake Nicaragua. You need a minimum for 3-4 hours to do the city justice and it would be very easy to leisurely spend a few nights here. Many tours include Masaya and Granada. If I were to do over again, I would have ...
- 3Nicaragua6 reviews
Surfers paradise, very nice waves, less crowds. I actually rented a board and got transportation for 10 bucks at the beginning and i went often i think i rented for 6 bucks after.
- 4Nicaragua1 review
- 6Nicaragua1 review
This was my first all-exclusive experience and it was very cool! All-you-can-eat lobster, drinks, dancing, surfing, gambling and more. Great for a big group. I went here with my family who came to visit me in Nicaragua (while I was in the Peace Corps and living there). There's plenty to see outside of this resort for sure so I'd recommend ...