Recommended Great Tourist Attractions in Nicaragua

Nicaragua is home to a rich and diverse geometry, biodiversity and an impressive variety of plants and animals. Nicaragua is one of the largest countries in Latin America and filled with 7 different types of forest lands. Each country's forest area has its own biological and ecological diversity. You can explore the subtropical dry forest, tropical rainforest, mangrove forest, wetlands, savannas savanna grass and trees. Each side of the country is different from other so if you plan to live or visit there, be sure to plan a trip around the country so you can see and experience everything.

If you travel on the Pacific side of the country will experience mostly dry forests and savannas. Then you can make your way north along the coast and travel to mountain areas and breathe the fresh scent of pine. There longer can see or travel along a river in Central America Coco River bordering the mountains that feed on the north to Honduras. Going south we reach the southern part of the country with the second longest river in Central America San Juan River remains this magnificent rainforest rain so the eye can see.

The country's central and highest volcano medium is associated with many lakes, ponds and natural ponds. Within this landscape of mountains and volcanoes are mountains formed a series of sleeping on the top where you can see the crater lakes of the two largest are called Lake Nicaragua and Lake Managua. From the top of these mountains can be seen in the Pacific were a number of islands are adored. Ometepe Island was originally built by two volcanoes that he was now asleep, but there are still a few in the area are still active.

The climate throughout the country remains fairly constant and hot. Not so uncomfortably hot unless along the coast or west, drylands. But the time it takes some getting used to, if you're not used to having wet or dry conditions quickly change overnight.

With this type of environment and weather patterns is perfect for some. Nicaragua has some of the most creative and stunning display of wildlife in Central America. There are 1,500 animals and 12,000 species. Even so there are more routine trips to Nicaragua, because there are still made of new species discovered in plants and animals, and even worlds to discover still be seen.

Some of the larger species to be found while hiking or camping or driving in Nicaragua are panthers, jaguars, pumas, deer, eagles, toucans and course. Of course we can not forget the different types of monkeys and amphibians can also be found. So tired of the animals and remember to take precautions when in the jungle. But above all remember to leave it as you found it and not adding to its destruction still unsolved by local landowners.

The Government of Nicaragua has done a great job in trying to protect a large part of ecological and biodiversity in the country. They have the third largest tropical rainforest preserve on the planet with many other protected areas. However, due to overpopulation of poverty, and economic necessity of these areas are still in danger of disappearing from the planet. The main exports of Honduras continue to burn the forest for coffee and sugar Cain along with many other products. So just remember in your journey through Nicaragua to maintain the same as nature left it. In this way others behind you can enjoy this wonderful and diverse forest and mountains as well.


Ometepe Island

Lake Nicaragua

the Rio Coco

Lake Managua

 
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