General Data of Nicaragua
Official language: Spanish. But also Creole English and some indigenous dialects are spoken on the Caribbean Cost.
Geographical limits: TThe Caribbean Sea on the East, the Pacific Ocean on the West, Costa Rica on the south and Honduras on the north.
Territorial extension: 130,000 kms2.
Population: 6 million (Approximately by 2014).
Currency: Córdoba (US$ Dollar is also accepted, and sometimes, Euros).
Arrival of tourists: 1,400,000 tourists (2015).
Nicaragua historical background
Inhabited by different indigenous tribes, such as: Chorotegas, Nicaraos, Matagalpas, Miskitos and others, till 1524 when the Spaniards arrived as a command of the Spaniard Kingdom, interfering and affecting the local cultures in a significant manner. Nevertheless, some natives kept their dialects and traditions even when there was a mix of ethnos and cultures: Mestizos and Mulatos, but all these made of Nicaragua a country with traditional food, dances, artistic expressions, legends and much more.
Nicaragua as Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Costa Rica, finally got its Independence from the Spaniard Kingdom in September 1821, and since then we celebrate our "Independence Day".
The following years till the present, Nicaragua has faced different natural disasters, civil wars and other situations, but despite all mentioned, the Nicaraguans are very kind, friendly and welcoming people that are going to make you feel as a family member.
Nowadays, Nicaragua is an emergent tourist destination, ideal for retired and adventurous people, to come with the family or even to make new friends and enjoy the beauty of an unexplored country.
Nicaragua was ranked as the second safest country in Latin America in 2013, which makes this destination a delightful and amusing place to spend your vacations!.
Nicaragua in UNESCO list
Nicaragua has been in the United Nations for Education, Science and Culture Organization (UNESCO) list since 2000, when started listing heritages in the country to enhance and promote the protection and conservation of culture. List and most relevant facts about these:
Other interesting facts…
― Nicaragua is part of the Colonial and Volcanic Route in Central America.
― We offer you, too:
Two colonial cities
The peaceful Ometepe Island in the largest lake in C.A.
The wild San Juan River
The land of Tobacco- Esteli
With coffee aroma- Matagalpa
Incredible beaches to rest, or either surf, in Maderas Beach.
― There are 71 government protected areas (Nature reserve, National Park, Wild life reserve, and more) which is approximately 2,208,786.7214 hectares.
Services we offer
Logistic and coordination
Transportation (A/C and bilingual driver)
Human resources recruitment
And other services…
Why to do tourism with C-IT
C-IT is run by locals with wide experience working with foreigners and Nicaraguan communities; this has allowed C-IT to recognize those areas of interest (for locals and visitors) that has not been shown yet!.