The brightly colored buildings, cobblestone streets and historically preserved colonial architecture will capture your eyes the minute you arrive. Central America’s oldest Colonial city is nestled between Lake Nicaragua and Volcan Mombacho, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. There’s so many things that will tug at your attention in this city. In no particular order, here’s my top 5 things to do in Granada if you’ve only got a few days to spend. [Read more…] about 5 Must Do’s on a Visit to Granada
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Nicaragua’s climate is defined by two seasons, the dry season and the rainy season.
The driest months run from December to May and there is little or no rain. The season is known locally as verano (summer) and it’s reliably sunny and hot.
The rainy season is invierno (winter) or “green season” and spans between June and November. The rains tend to be heaviest in September and October, which is when most tourists avoid travel to the region.
But what most people don’t know is that there are a ton of compelling reasons to plant yourself in Nicaragua between September and November.
Here are 5 secrets about the Green season in Nicaragua that all locals know (but never talk about): [Read more…] about 5 Secrets about the Green Season that Locals Know (But Never Talk About)