- This is our home base, where you can chat with fellow Nicaphile travelers and expats, ask us travel questions, post travelogues, read the latest Nicaragua headlines, and check for updates to this edition. See you there.
- Randy Wood’s personal site.
- Joshua Berman’s personal site and blog.
- IBW Internet Gateway is a Spanish language portal that is a good introduction to the nation’s print and visual media, plus links to Nicaraguan government and NGO websites.
- The Latin American Network Information Center boasts a ton of Nica-sites, including many academic links.
- For more than 25 years, The Nicaragua Network, a coalition of U.S.-based nonprofits (many of them regional sister city organizations), has been committed to social and economic justice for the people of Nicaragua.
- The U.S. embassy page in Nicaragua.
- U.S. State Department fact sheet for travelers in Nicaragua, including security overview.
- Ditto, from the Canadians. The Canadian government has never really been politically involved in Nicaragua, so its travel warnings provide a good reality check for what you read at the U.S. State Department’s site.
Travel and Tourism
- Nicaraguan government tourism agency.
- This thorough, diverse traveler portal is run by expats living in Granada who wanted “to show the positive side of Nicaragua and…community life here.”
- For more information on visiting specific parks and reserves, this is the Nicaraguan Natural Resources Ministry.
- Vianica is an independent, well-designed, informative overview of travel destinations throughout Nicaragua and can help you plan your trip. They even maintain updated Nicaragua bus schedules!
- Xolo is a Nica-run portal focusing on music, books, and theater, plus links to many of the hotels and restaurants mentioned here.
- Culture and arts magazine in Managua with current event listings.
- A vibrant online community of opinionated expats and travelers.