Cheap flights to Nicaragua

Cheap Flights to Nicaragua

With freshwater lakes, miles of ocean-hugging beaches, active volcanoes, and lush rainforest, Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America and offers a plethora of biologically diverse ecosystems. Bordered by the once tourist mainstay of Costa Rica to the south, this Central American gem is an ideal budget-friendly destination for travellers looking to venture into the heart of an underrated and expectation-exceeding country.

Best Time To Book A Flight To Nicaragua

Sunny days and warm sunshine saturate Nicaragua virtually year-round, making it an enticing destination at any time of year, with the exceptions of September and October. The country's dry season begins in November, welcoming surfers from around the world to the beaches of San Juan del Sur to compete amongst the waves. These toasty temperatures maintain the ultimate climate until the end of May, when the wet season officially kicks off with a smattering of rain that doesn't dampen tourism. With so much of the year offering ideal temperatures, it's easy to schedule a flight with Skyscanner's flight comparison tool.

Getting To Nicaragua

Playing host to seven international airports, Nicaragua is easily accessible by air, and with six million residents, it needs to be. The largest and most frequented airport, Augusto C. Sandino airport, is located in Nicaragua's capital, Managua. With only a single 8012 foot runway, this travel hub welcomes airlines including but not limited to, Delta, United, Air Transat, and American Airlines; delivering over 1.5 million passengers on a now annual basis, Managua's airport has proven itself to be the main international gateway for Nicaragua.

What To Do In Nicaragua

Ever had the desire to surf down a volcano? For many, the thought has never crossed into a reality; in Leon, this wild ride has been crafted into an adrenaline-pumping art form for every type of tourist. Seven of the fifty volcanoes in Nicaragua are still considered active, with many of them offering this ever-growing attraction of sand-skiiing down them. Head farther inland to the nineteenth largest lake in the world, Lake Nicaragua, that houses some of the rare freshwater bull sharks in the world. Cross these pristine waters for breathtaking views from the island of Ometepe or to hike up Maderas Volcano to the San Ramon Waterfall.  For beautiful city escapes, the historic city of Granada sees colourful religious processions during Holy Week in March and April. Purisima festivities explode into firework displays and singing in the streets to honour the immaculate conception. It is not uncommon for large candle-lit parades with expressive singing and dancing to erupt in cities across the country.

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