The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes
Nicaragua isn’t called “the land of lakes and volcanoes” for nothing. The vibrant jungles in this small country—78 of which are classified protected areas—are home to more than just trees.
While most of us consider standard backyard wildlife to be squirrels and pigeons, Nicaraguan natives are more familiar with toucans, sloths, and monkeys.
Coast to coast, the tropical climate of this Central American jewel allows the exotic to thrive in an eternal summer.
Sign up for our Newsletter
be the first to know ABOUT NEW POSTS!
Meet Your Tour Guides
Hola! We’re Gail & Luis!
We’re a long distance team of two with a deep love for Nicaragua. Luis, an experienced tour guide and walking “Nicaragua Encyclopedia,” is the brains behind the blog. Gail, an American writer and Nicaragua admirer, is the voice.
After meeting in 2019 on the Emerald Coast, we quickly realized Nicaragua had more in store for us. We kept in touch and reunited to explore the country together right up until the pandemic hit in March 2020. With the world shut down, we started this blog as a way to stay connected from afar and support Nicaragua’s tourism industry in our own small way.
Today, our mission is to open hearts and minds to the wonders of Nicaragua and make it easier than ever to start planning your trip.