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Getting Around Nicaragua Overview

Getting around Nicaragua is generally not a difficult prospect. Although the country is the largest in Central America, most of the main tourist destinations are concentrated in a relatively small strip of land along the Pacific Coast. The distances in this region are not overwhelming and all the major places of interest are connected by a network of relatively good roads—by Central American standards— including the Pan-American Highway, which runs the entire length of the country.

Nicaragua has an extensive local bus service that takes advantage of the good roads; you can also rent a car, or even bicycle around the Pacific region with relative ease.

On the Caribbean side of the country the situation is very different; getting around by car or bus can be extremely difficult, especially during the rainy season. The only serious way to get to, or around, this region is by plane or by boat, along Nicaragua’s many rivers and lakes.

 

For more detailed information on about the different form of transport in Nicaragua follow the lonks below:

Getting Around Nicaragua by Bicycle

Getting Around Nicaragua by Boat

Getting Around Nicaragua by Bus

Getting Around Nicaragua by Car

Getting Around Nicaragua by Hitchhiking

Getting Around Nicaragua by Taxi

Getting Around Nicaragua by Train

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By Tom Ravenscroft
Initially intending to just pass through Ecuador on his year-long sojourn across the world, Tom Raven Scroft decided to set up camp in Quito as an...
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