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Packed with marvelous tourist attractions and features which can boost a flourishing tourism industry, Nicaragua has coastlines facing the Caribbean Sea to the east and the North Pacific Ocean in the west. With a tourism driven economy along with large exports of coffee, Nicaragua is the largest country within Central America. Attracting over one million visitors every year, a majority of whom are coming from the U.S., Europe, and other Central and South American countries, Nicaragua features several interesting historic cities of touristic interest.
Focusing on local culture, wilderness and adventure, eco-tourism has prospered and gained wonderful ground in Nicaragua. Showcasing about 78 protected areas covering almost 20 percent of the landmass alongside 7 percent of the World’s biodiversity, Nicaragua which is also displaying an exquisite coastline on two sides, has emerged as the new, unchallenged, Latin American leader in tourism. Served by the Augusto C. Sandino International Airport located within the capital city of Managua, Nicaragua can also be approached by bus and boats from bordering countries.