Nicaragua Travel Coverage
In Paradisiacal Nicaragua, Contemplating a Canal
The largest freshwater lake in Central America and Ometepe, its main island, could be altered forever by plans for a canal to accommodate larger ships.
Revisiting Nicaragua, This Time as a Tourist
More than 25 years after arriving in Managua during the Sandinista-contra conflict, the author returns, finding contrasts between her memories and today’s Nicaragua.
Latin America Lodging, From Panama to Peru
Go hotel hopping on this five-country tour of notable new properties in the region.
Off Nicaragua, a Quieter Caribbean
The tiny Corn Islands lack designer boutiques, sprawling resorts and, sometimes, even a name for a town. But that may be precisely the reason to visit.
36 Hours in Managua, Nicaragua
This city may lack conventional addresses, but determined visitors can find everything from boiled-cheese snacks to a swimmable volcanic lake in Nicaragua’s capital.
In Lush Nicaragua, Legacy of a Priest
The Solentiname islands, in Lake Nicaragua, are known for their lush primitivist art and for the efforts of Ernesto Cardenal, the priest who started it all.
Twain’s Nicaragua, 144 Years Later
By FREDA MOON
Mark Twain was 31 when he first glimpsed Nicaragua’s coastline, whose “bright green hills never looked so welcome, so enchanting, so altogether lovely.”
Review: The Victoriano Hotel in Nicaragua
By JULIE EARLE-LEVINE
This Pacific beachfront hotel is on the high end of the local spectrum, but no one could call it overpriced.