NI - Nicaragua

When to go:

Those who can afford it should try to get their trip back in the mid-November-early May period. In this period of time the rains thin out somewhat making it possible to practice outdoor activities. This is also the high season but hotels are only full during the Easter holidays, when Nicaraguans are used to leaving the big cities to pour on the many Pacific beaches.

The next period (second fortnight of May-early November) coincides with the rainy season and is called “invierno” as opposed to the previous one which is called “verano” (summer). Precipitation can be continuous but most of the time it lasts an afternoon after which the sun shines again.

There are no large variations in temperature between “verano” and “invierno” as Nicaragua is included in the tropics area. However, there are climatic differences from region to region. In the mountainous area of ​​the Northern Highlands of Nicaragua, the heat is less excessive. It is no coincidence that this region is called “tierra templada” (temperate land). At night temperatures can drop to 15 °.

The Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, on the other hand, is characterized by much more abundant rainfalls that continue even during the “verano”.

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