Personality Types That Will Love Living in Nicaragua

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Oct 21, 2015 3:36:00 PM

Nicaragua_Nicaragua is an incredibly popular spot for travelers from all around the world who want to fly into one destination that boasts culture, affordability, lush jungles and amazing beaches.

What many people across the globe are just starting to realize on a large scale is that Nicaragua is also an unparalleled place to call home. At the Gran Pacifica Beach and Golf Resort, full-time residents and retirees have upscale amenities, incredible weather throughout the year and the tropical lifestyle they have always dreamed of.

If you're thinking about moving to Nicaragua, but you're not sure that the expat life is right for you, read on to discover which personality types can thrive at the Gran Pacifica in Nicaragua.

Social Butterflies

Would your friends describe you as outgoing, funny and the person most likely to make friends everywhere that you go? Social butterflies can thrive in just about every environment thanks to their adaptable nature, but there is no better place to communicate than in a vibrant community like the Gran Pacifica.

To start, Nicaragua as a whole is an amazing melting pot of culture. If you're naturally outgoing, you'll have the opportunity to meet people from all around the world on a daily basis.

The focus on community living also means that your friends and neighbors won't be driving around in isolation. Instead, you can walk to the golf course or the beach, sip a cocktail at sunset with new friends and mingle after a group yoga class. 

Quiet Nature Lovers

You certainly don't have to be an extrovert to enjoy what Nicaragua has to offer. Since the country still boasts a tremendous amount of pristine and undeveloped terrain, it is actually the perfect spot for someone who wants to quietly reflect on their beautiful surroundings.

You are never far from a secluded spot on the beach, and it is hard not to fall in love with nature as you're walking across a rope bridge erected high in the jungle's canopy. If you have independent hobbies like golf and cycling or you just love reading a book in the sunshine, Nicaragua is what you're looking for.

Adventurous Explorers

One of the great things about calling the Gran Pacifica home is that it can serve as the home base for all kinds of adventures. If you're an explorer at heart, Nicaragua is full of potential trips that you will remember forever.

You might want to horseback riding through the jungle and kayaking or surfing in the Rio San Jun Region, or you might prefer to hike volcanoes closer to home. Whatever adventure lies ahead, you can always come home to your property in the Gran Pacifica to reflect, repack, recharge and set off on the next big expedition of fun.

Curious Cultural Enthusiasts

If you're naturally inquisitive, then the beauty of Nicaragua is that it boasts a vibrant culture that also offers more to explore and discover. 

Those curious about the local culture could try learning Spanish to shop in the markets of Managua, learn more about the colonial architecture that is prevalent in cities like Leon or take part in a local festival boasting parades, live music and traditional Garifuna dancing.

Whatever your personality type, Nicaragua is an environment that offers something for everyone. Some examples of the people who love living at the Gran Pacifica include curious cultural enthusiasts, explorers in search of the next adventure, quiet and reflective nature lovers and outgoing social butterflies.

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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: Living In Nicaragua