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The land of lakes and volcanoes, Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America, nestled between Costa Rica to the south and Honduras to the north.

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Here, you’ll volcano board on Cerro Negro, you’ll learn Spanish, you’ll get swept up in the flavors of traditional Nicaraguan cuisine, and you’ll experience “flow.”

Tourism to Nicaragua peaked in 2018, and a brief period of civil unrest led to the country falling off lists as a must-see destination, a once-certain future turned on its head. The country is fighting to win its visitors back. Will you be one?

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