Nicaragua Flights GuideLocated in Central America, Nicaragua boasts an incredibly beautiful and enchanting landscape. With the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Caribbean Sea on the other, Nicaragua is a land of lakes, volcanoes, and beaches. To the north, Lake Managua and Momotombo, the country's most well-known volcano, entice travelers, while Granada beckons to the south with its Spanish colonial architecture and lovely array of colorful bird species. The country's capital, Managua, serves as more of a jumping-off point for tours to other areas of the country, but it does offer its own points of interest that make for an interesting afternoon. The city's Plaza de la Revolucion details the history and blends old with new on walking tours and self-guided wanders.
Nicaragua experiences two distinct seasons, the dry and the rainy. The dry season can become excessively so and travelers should take care to plan their visit for them its warm, but the plants haven't begun to succumb to the heat. The best time for travelers to visit is between December and April. The country offers to international points of access for travelers flying--Emerald Coast International, located near the Costa Rican border, and Augusto Cesar Sandino International in Managua.