NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NOMINATES CAYUGA COLLECTION AS “EARTH CHANGERS”

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There are many hospitality awards out there, but only a handful that are for real – meaning you don’t have to “pay to play”.  One of them is the World Legacy Award by National Geographic.  We are incredibly honored to …
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Birds of Nicaragua, Part 3

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Continuing with the list of beautiful birds of Nicaragua, flying over the green rainforests and serenading the untouched nature. These colorful birds are the main focus of attention eager birders, but they are also alluring to every animal and nature …
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Birds of Nicaragua,Part 1

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Nicaragua is home to numerous awe-inspiring birds since it is the ecological bridge connecting North and South America. The biodiversity is strikingly vast, with 703 bird species inhabiting Nicaragua, and here is a short introduction to our flying family: The …
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Eat, Pray , Love ; experience all in Jicaro

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Elizabeth Gilbert’s book one woman’s search for everything across Italy, India and Indonesia narrates an envious journey. However, her travels require a tremendous time commitment, a tireless body, and a limitless credit card. Self discovery comes with a price! What …
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Leon Eateries You Need to Try

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Planning a day trip to Leon during your stay at Jicaro? There’s no shortage of things to do in the bustling college town. But, a full day spent exploring the city’s museums, historical sites, art galleries, and markets can leave one …
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Our Little Chunk of Volcano: How Jicaro Was Formed

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It’s not everyday you get to sleep on a chunk of volcano…Unless you’re sleeping at Jicaro, which is located on one of the tiny islands dotting the waters of Lake Nicaragua known as the Granada Islets. Central America’s largest lake, Lake Nicaragua …
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Eat Like a Local! Traditional Nicaraguan Bites to Try

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Nicaragua’s culinary history is as rich as the country’s itself, dating all the way back to pre columbian times. Their was transformed by colonization and is a delightful fusion of Nicaraguan and Spanish flavors unlike anything else in the world. This unique …
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If You Like Bread You’ll Love this Nicaraguan Fruit

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Carb lovers rejoice, we’re here to tell you you can have your bread and eat your fruit too. How? Breadfruit—or Fruta de Pan as the locals call it. This large oval shaped fruit grows year round along Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast …
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