Tourism Nicaragua

Tourism Nicaragua

Cruise Ships San Juan del Sur – Safe Water Port

Cruise Ships San Juan del Sur - New Floating Dock Officially Opens - The inauguration of the floating dock at the new Tourist Center...

VORTEX MUSIC AMPHITHEATER San Juan del Sur

VORTEX MUSIC AMPHITHEATER San Juan del Sur “The Thrill on The Hill” Fred and Carla Batty, the owners of Casa de Olas, have recently acquired a...

16th Annual Panga Fishing Tournament

The 16th Annual Panga Fishing Tournament is coming up on October 21st and you have the chance to sponsor your own fishing team. The...

Tourism News Nicaragua – Weekly Round Up

Tourism News Nicaragua Overbooking Tourism Summit An unusual title, however seemingly nothing to do with that bad airline practice of booking more seats than available. The...

Selina Nicaragua Acquires Casa Maderas Ecolodge

Selina Nicaragua Acquires Casa Maderas Ecolodge Beach and Mountain Hotel is Acquired by New Investors Casa Maderas Ecolodge is a mountain and beach hotel located about...

National News – Religious Tourism in Nicaragua

Religious Tourism in Nicaragua The initial plan to create a Religious Tourism Sector has been presented by the Nicaraguan Institute of Tourism (INTUR). The initiative...

SAN JUAN del SUR and MATAGALPA

SAN JUAN del SUR and MATAGALPA TOURISM EXCHANGE As part of the national strategy for the promotion of domestic tourism in Nicaragua (implemented by the National...

Nicaragua is a Top Tourism Destination for 2017

Nicaragua is a Top Tourism Destination for 2017 The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), “the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and...

WHALE WATCHING in San Juan del Sur

WHALE WATCHING Maria Silva / Del Sur News San Juan del Sur is one of the most desirable destinations in Nicaragua for its natural beauty and...

NICARAGUA NEWS – Enhanced Security on Flights to US

Enhanced Security on Flights to the USA Airlines and security officials warned about tighter screening that went into effect last week for hundreds of thousands...

National News – Tourism by the Numbers

Tourism by the Numbers According to the Nicaraguan Institute of Tourism (INTUR), statistics for the first four months of 2017 show that the total number...

Tourism Talks with Nicaragua and Costa Rica Authorities

Bi-Lateral Tourism Talks NIC/CR Tourism authorities and businesses owners from Nicaragua and Costa Rica met last week in San Juan del Sur and Tola, Nicaraguan,...

National News – Air Transat Flights to Managua

Air Transat Flights to Managua More Toronto Canada Flights Air Transat (Canada) has increased service to Central America, a region it says is booming in popularity...

International Tourism Fair Nicaragua 2017 – FENITUR

FENITUR International Tourism Fair The National Chamber of Tourism of Nicaragua (CANATUR), formed by businessmen and women, held the sixth edition of the International Tourism...

INTUR SPONSORS CARIBBEAN MUNICIPALITIES VISIT

Visit to Rivas and San Juan del Sur by CARIBBEAN MUNICIPALITIES The Nicaraguan Tourism Institute (INTUR) invites all residents and visitors to participate in the...

National News Briefs – Nicaragua Tourism Strategy

Nicaragua Tourism Strategy Needed The Nicaraguan Foundation for Economic and Social Development (FUNIDES) has identified the lack of a long-term tourism strategy as an obstacle...

Mother’s Day at Villas de Palermo Hotel and Resort

Yes, you read that right. You can surprise the woman who gave you your life, on her day, by spending the day with us...

CORPORATE TOURISM IN SAN JUAN del SUR

LUXURY YACHTS ARE DEVELOPING CORPORATE TOURISM IN SAN JUAN del SUR By: Adelayde Rivas Sotelo San Juan del Sur is taking the lead in offering tours...

Nicaragua Tourism Fair – FENITUR 2017

Nicaragua Tourism Fair - FENITUR 2017 The National Chamber of Tourism of Nicaragua (CANATUR) is pleased to invite you to participate in the VI International...

NICARAGUA VISITOR STATISTICS FROM 2016

According to data from the National Chamber of Tourism of Nicaragua (CANATUR), in 2016, Nicaragua received 1.5 million tourists, who left 642 million dollars...