Moon Handbooks Nicaragua

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Avalon Travel Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Travel - 457 pages
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From hanging out on the Pacific beaches of San Juan del Sur and Las Peņitas and shopping for crafts in Masaya to catching up on the ever-evolving nightlife of Managua, Moon Handbooks Nicaragua is the guide to the best the country has to offer, both on and off the beaten path. Practical information includes suggested travel strategies and lists of must-see sights, plus essentials on dining, transportation, and accommodations for a range of budgets. Complete with details for volunteering and studying Spanish, hiking more than a dozen volcanoes, or strolling down the old colonial streets of Granada and Leōn, Moon Handbooks Nicaragua gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

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Review: Moon Handbooks: Nicaragua

User Review  - Catherine Woodman - Goodreads

THere are VERY few guidebooks on Nicaragua and this one does alot of decriptions about why Nicaragua is the same and different from other Central American countries--not that it is fabulous but it is better than alot and not all that many available. Read full review

Review: Moon Handbooks: Nicaragua

User Review  - Celeste Miller - Goodreads

This was a good jumping-off place for traveling in Nicaragua, but it is by no means exhaustive or altogether current. Since Nicaragua isn't exactly the most sought-after vacation spot, the most recent ... Read full review

Contents

The Regions
6
The 21Day Best of Nicaragua
12
Outdoor Adventure
18
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Joshua Berman lives in Baltimore, MD.

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