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  • Moon Spotlight Panama City & the Panama Canalby William Friar

    Avalon Travel 2010; US$ 8.95

    Moon Spotlight Panama City & the Panama Canal is a 125-page compact guide covering Panama City, the Panama Canal, and central Isthmus. Moon Panama author William Friar offers his firsthand advice on what sights are must-sees, and sightseeing highlights maps make planning your time easy. This lightweight guide is packed with recommendations on... more...

  • Moon Spotlight Tikal and Guatemala's Petenby Al Argueta

    Avalon Travel 2010; US$ 7.95

    Moon Spotlight Tikal & Guatemala?s Petén is a 60-page compact guide covering Tikal, the best-known Mayan ruins, and Guatemala?s lowland jungle region. Author Al Argueta offers his seasoned advice on what sights are must-sees and includes maps with sightseeing highlights so planning your time is easy. This lightweight guide is packed with recommendations... more...

  • Nicaragua Handbook, 5th editionby Richard Arghiris

    Footprint Handbooks 2014; US$ 22.95

    Loaded with information on this emerging destination, the 5th edition Nicaragua Handbook will take you from handsome colonial cities to the glorious golden beaches of the Pacific and Caribbean coasts. more...

  • Nicaragua Rough Guide Snapshot Central Americaby Rough Guides Ltd

    Rough Guides Ltd 2013; Not Available

    The Rough Guide Snapshot to Nicaragua is the ultimate budget guide to Nicaragua. It leads you through the country with reliable information and comprehensive coverage of all the top sights and attractions, from Granada to Little Corn, alongside cash-saving tips and suggestions for when you feel like treating yourself. Detailed maps and up-to-date... more...

  • Nicaragua's Boaco, Chontales, Juigalpa, Río San Juan & Solentinameby Erica Rounsefel

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 4.99

    The gateway to Nicaragua's eastern and southern regions lies in Boaco and Chontales, ranching departments that adhere to a traditional lifestyle and a slower pace that's easy to adapt to. Known for their cheese industry, these departments receive few visitors. Boaco, capital of the department of the same name, and Juigalpa, capital of Chontales department,... more...

  • Nicaragua's Caribbean Coast & the Corn Islandsby Erica Rounsefel

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 5.99

    Nicaragua is the largest Central American country, yet also one of the least visited. Its strongest assets are its vibrant, unpretentious way of life and its natural beauty that remains largely untouched. The country lays claim to Central America's largest lake, Lago de Nicaragua, and the oldest Spanish city in the continental Americas, Granada. Nicaragua... more...

  • Nicaragua's Northwest Highlands: Esteli, Matagalpa, Jinotega, San Rafael del Norteby Erica Rounsefel

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 4.99

    The Northwest Highlands are lush and mountainous and offer some of Nicaragua's finest ecotourism opportunities. Finca Esperanza Verde and Selva Negra, both of which are within easy reach from Matagalpa, give visitors the chance to experience life on a sustainable farm and to experience Nicaragua's nature at its finest. Matagalpa and Jinotega are centers... more...

  • Nicaragua's Pacific Lowlands: León & Chinandegaby Erica Rounsefel

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 4.99

    León is Nicaragua's intellectual capital as well as one of its most attractive cities. Step back in time as you explore the colorful streets lined with colonial buildings. León undeniably has an authenticity that is slowly diminishing in Granada. It has a number of beautiful churches, most notably the impressive cathedral, which is not only a UNESCO... more...

  • Nicaragua's Pacific Lowlands: Masaya, Grenada & Carazoby Erica Rounsefel

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 4.99

    Renowned as Nicaragua's shopping mecca, Masaya is a center for handicrafts and is particularly known for its well-made hammocks. If shopping's not your style, there are still several worthwhile sights within easy reach of town, including Volcán Masaya, Fortaleza de Coyotepe, and Masaya's churches. Overall, Masaya isn't a particularly attractive city,... more...

  • Nicaragua's Pacific Lowlands: Rivas & Isla Ometepeby Erica Rounsefel

    Hunter Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 4.99

    Sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and Lago de Nicaragua, is the Pacific Lowlands region of Nicaragua. Rivas is readily walkable and most sights are in close proximity to each other, so there is no better way to see the town than on foot. Begin by admiring the flocks of parakeets that congregate in the trees at the Parque Central. Cross to the east... more...