Gran Pacifica Will Be Back Better Than Ever

Posted by Addison Craig on Mar 30, 2020 6:51:40 PM


Though things have been hectic around the world as of late, here at Gran Pacifica we’ve been staying busy. We have always been committed to excellent service and we have not let that waiver during this time. Though we did have to close Gran Pacifica to day visitors, we have kept up our high standards for our guests and for our residents. Our staff has been hard at work keeping everything clean and taking this extra time to get on top of projects.

Think of your Favorite Memory

Giovanni-Road-to-GPOur General Manager Giovanni Rodriguez Laying the Last Cobblestone for the Road

An improvement that you will get to enjoy next time you come out this way will be the paved road leading up to Gran Pacifica. It has officially been finished and we could not be happier with the results, and we are confident that our guests, residents, and property owners will be delighted, especially come rainy season.

We Hope to See You Soon!

We will continue to take advantage of this time to better ourselves and we hope that we can show you, in person, all of our improvements later in the year. We understand that it won’t be possible for some of you to visit during this time, we just hope that right now you stay safe and healthy. In the meantime, we’ll keep you updated on what’s going on here and we’ll keep you dreaming of simple times at Gran Pacifica.


 ECI Development delivers affordable luxury residence and resort communities in Central America, providing our clients with various premier lifestyle options from the Caribbean to the Pacific. ECI delivers inspired residences for adventurous souls.

Coupled with over 20 years of inherent corporate social responsibility in the communities where we work, ECI Development is building a sustainable business that is going to be around for the next 100+ years.

Addison Craig

Written by Addison Craig

Addison Craig is a Communications Intern with ECI Development who is getting to experience the charms of Central America first hand. She graduated from The University of Victoria with degrees in Sociology and Environmental Studies. In her free time she enjoys exploring wherever it is she finds herself and practicing yoga here and there.

Topics: History, Nicaragua, Tourism in Nicaragua, Vacationing in Nicaragua, moving to Nicaragua, Activities at Gran Pacifica, Natural Attractions in Nicaragua