Posted on 18. Jun, 2013 by Valeria Espinoza.
Gran Pacifica would like to thank the Mayor of Villa el Carmen, Denis Espinoza and the MTI for their work improving the public road to the Gran Pacifica Beach and Golf Resort residential community. This work prior to the rainy season will ensure excellent access to the property through the heaviest of the rains in [...]
Surfing in Nicaragua is quickly becoming one of the countryís most iconic pastimes, but where should wave hunters head to catch the best breaks? Here, the expert guides at Gran Pacifica Beach & Golf Resort give you the skinny on the hottest spots. Go to Playa Hermosa for a hushed experience, trek to Playa Maderas for a San Juan del Sur treasure and settle in at San Diego Beach for the most consistent waves. You can even test your skills at The Boom, but be careful with this one; the Lake Managua winds make this beach as heavy as they come.
Culture in Nicaragua is a mixture of native history, regional differences and influences from early European settlers. These early European people embedded their culture, religion, technology, art and music in Nicaragua. Other European cultures of note, found throughout Nicaragua, include English, French, German and Dutch. Nevertheless, the strongest impact was made by Spanish colonists, traders and conquistadors. Indigenous people to Nicaragua incorporated these foreign ideas into their beliefs, resulting in a fusion of its modern day culture. Nicaragua’s rich culture therefore represents some of the best of the New and Old World. It is a land where civilization and primitive beauty intertwine to create a way of life that is quite unique.
Whether you want to surf, swim, fish or just enjoy a walk on the beach, Nicaragua beaches offer that and more. You can visit a well-developed beach, such as San Juan Del Sur, and San Diego Beach at Gran Pacifica Resort, or go farther and seek one that begs for a high-clearance vehicle to get to, such as La Flor. The beaches vary from white to black sand, from rocky to level swimming areas. La Flor and some other beaches offer opportunities to see baby turtles hatch and make their way to the sea, making your visit especially memorable.
Posted on 10. Jun, 2013 by Valeria Espinoza.
Gran Pacifica and ECI Development have collaborated with film major Rachel Suffian from Penn State to travel throughout Nicaragua and to explore a handful of destinations, both those that are well-known, and others being hidden treasures. Rachelís goal is to portray these naturally beautiful destinations and to encourage others to follow her during her journey [...]