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. RachelÂs goal is to portray these naturally beautiful destinations and to encourage others to follow her during her journey throughout Nicaragua.
Nicaragua is a unique country. With the Pacific Ocean on the West Coast, the Caribbean Sea on the East Coast, and all thatÂs in between, Nicaragua has an array of activities, destinations, and must-see-sites that are still emerging.Â From volcanoes, to coffee plantations, to beautiful, untouched beaches, Nicaragua introduces to you a world full of beauty, color-rich sunsets, and of course, howler monkeys. With tourism on the rise, these places are only now beginning to earn its well-deserved recognition, and Rachel is determined to contribute to the increasing number of visitors, travelers, and investors.
Only having been in Nicaragua for two weeks so far, Rachel said to me, ÂWow, this country is so beautiful and has so much to offer.Â Each place is so different, but they are all so charming and so gorgeous.ÂÂ Â Â And I couldnÂt agree more.
Rachel has already taken on Gran Pacifica, San Juan del Sur, Punta Teonoste, Laguna de Apoyo, and Granada. She has been hard at work capturing footage, taking photos, and getting to know the areas.Â The rest of her itinerary includes destinations such as Leon, Selva Negra, the Corn Islands, Mombacho and EstelÃ.
Her videos will be published over the next couple of months, so be on the lookout for these phenomenal clips, and be sure to give them a watch!Â They may introduce you to a few new locations that you never knew existed.
Feel free to follow Rachel around the country on her personal blog: http://rachelsadventureinlatinamerica.wordpress.com/page/2/.Â She has written about her experience thus far, and has posted some absolutely stunning photos (photos in this blog were taken by Rachel as well!