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Hiking to the cross in matagalpa
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  Hiking to the Cruz de Apante, the giant cross overlooking Matagalpa, in the Cerro Apante Reserve on the outskirts of town is a must-do. The views of the city and surrounding mountains are one-of-a-kind, and the flora and fauna on the way up make for a spectacular 2-3 hour hike. You can book a […]

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Coffee Tour Matagalpa Nicaragua
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  If you’re looking for a great coffee tour in Matagalpa, The Creation of Pinolillo and Mocha tour by Matagalpa Tours is the perfect option. Visit a local chocolate factory, learn to make the traditional drink Pinolillo and tour a beautiful family-run coffee plantation.  Explore the world of coffee and chocolate and get a behind-the-scenes […]

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Coffee Crisis Tourism in Northern Nicaragua
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This article was written by Green Nica’s Tracy Johnson and originally published by Sustainability Leaders.    While the world was gripped by the fear of a possible Y2K catastrophe, the turn of the millennium would mark a much graver problem for the farmers of northern Nicaragua. The year 2000 saw the beginning of a coffee […]

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Matagalpa Northern Nicaragua
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    The first thing I noticed was the air. As the big yellow school bus that serves as public transportation chugged its way north, the dust cleared and the stinging in my nostrils stopped. I inhaled a lungful of fresh mountain air. That was when the love affair began. A look out the window […]

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Fishing San Juan del Sur
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Sometimes it all just comes together beautifully. A great day of fishing in San Juan del Sur at half the normal price!   When people think of San Juan del Sur they think of Sunday Funday hostel parties, surf trips to the nearby beaches and lazy days recovering on the sandy crescent beach in town. […]

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San Juan del Sur Beach
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  Twenty years ago, San Juan del Sur was just another tiny fishing village on Nicaragua’s southwest coast. But, as is often the case, it was eventually discovered by international surfers chasing unknown breaks and less crowded beaches and, well, the rest is history. Ask a local and they’ll tell you that as recently as […]

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