Make the Most of Your Holidays in Nicaragua

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Oct 30, 2015 2:24:06 PM

Family Christmas Vacation

One of the best things about Nicaragua is the climate, which is relatively warm and steady throughout the year. As winter approaches, the days are colder than ever and you have to contend with snow and ice for the next few month, nothing can seem more exciting than getting away from it all over the holidays.

Whether you're flying solo, you're traveling with friends or you plan on gathering the whole family for some sun and fun in paradise, head to Nicaragua to experience the holidays in a truly tropical setting.

Enjoy the Beach on Christmas

When you're spending time in Nicaragua, the white sands of the beach aren't something just available during the summer. Change up your idea of the holiday season and imagine spending the morning strolling along the sand and dipping your toes into the water of the Pacific Ocean.

You might want to try surfing for the first time as the ultimate Christmas gift to yourself, or you could go fishing in the evening and watch the sunset over the horizon. If you love being outdoors and enjoying warm weather, then celebrate that lifestyle over the holidays by taking a vacation to Nicaragua.

Get a Luxury Resort Atmosphere at a Fraction of the Price

The idea of staying at a luxury beach destination over the holidays certainly appeals to a lot of travelers, but many believe that such a getaway would come at too high of a price.

In Nicaragua, however, where both the cost of real estate and the costs of daily life are low, staying in a luxurious resort environment can be cheaper than you ever imagined, even if the whole family is coming along.

To extend the budget even further, the Gran Pacifica Beach and Golf Resort offers all-inclusive packages catered to golfers, culture lovers, surfers and yoga enthusiasts include meals, drinks, accommodation and access to the recreational activities that you love most.

Create New Traditions in Paradise

One of the things that some travelers worry about is missing out on their traditions back home while they spend the holidays in a glorious destination like Nicaragua. Instead of a turkey on Thanksgiving, you could be ordering lobster while watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean.

Instead of watching carolers in December, you can watch traditional Nicaraguan dancing and music in the city of Managua.

From horseback riding with your grandchildren to spending New Year's Day ringing in the upcoming year from a lounge chair on the beach, Nicaragua offers you the chance to create new traditions and truly unforgettable memories of the holidays.

Take Advantage of Onsite Amenities

By making the most of the holidays and traveling to Nicaragua on vacation, you can stay at places like the Gran Pacifica and take full advantage of incredible onsite amenities.

Along with an exclusive beach that is perfect for swimming, surfing, kayaking or just building sand castles, the Gran Pacifica boasts a nine-hole golf course, a pro shop, a clubhouse, a spa right on the beach and Sea Salt Restaurant, which offers onsite dining embracing both global flavors and the culinary heritage of Nicaragua.

The holidays should be a time to reduce stress, kick back and enjoy yourself. Whether with friends, a partner or family, a holiday vacation in Nicaragua at the Gran Pacifica Beach and Golf Resort can be the perfect way to make the most of the festive season. 

Come to beautiful Nicaragua for a memorable vacation!


Gran Pacifica

Written by Gran Pacifica

Gran Pacifica is a master planned community of over 2500 acres and 3.5 miles of Pacific coast line an hour west of Managua in Nicaragua. The company focuses on providing their international and domestic clientele with communities that feature first-rate amenities and infrastructure including underground utilities, paved streets and sidewalks. Gran Pacifica's primary demographic is North American Retirees and vacation homes in Nicaragua owners who enjoy living in a robust beach and golf community.

Topics: Vacationing in Nicaragua