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Cover TextEscape the crowds and uncover one of the best kept secrets of Central America with Footprint's 4th edition of Nicaragua Handbook. Deserted beaches, sleepy towns, incredible rainforests and active volcanoes all await the intrepid traveler to this emerging Latin American destination. Comprehensive coverage on how to get the most from this little travelled land, including amazing cultural insights, all the best places to eat, drink and sleep, detailed advice on how to get around and how to experience the most from the adventure activities on offer. Extensive coverage of Nicaragua's national parks and how to get the most from them Amazing cultural & historical insight Our recommended itineraries to help you plan your trip whether you re travelling for one week or four Accommodation listings for every budget Detailed street maps for important towns and cities The lowdown on the best adventure activities including, surfing, windsurfing, riding and trekking Detailed transport advice on how to get around Overview map of the country to help you plan your trip and get your bearings Packed with information on all the main attractions as well as detailed information on the dozens of activities and adventures that will help you get off the beaten track, Footprint s Nicaragua Handbook will help you get to the heart of this intriguing country.
SummaryLoaded with information on this largely unknown country, this 4th edition of Footprint s Nicaragua Handbook will take you from handsome colonial cities to the glorious golden beaches of the Pacific and Caribbean coast.
Product TypeBook
Publishing year2012
Publishing date01/07/2012
Edition4. A.
Pages346 pages
SizeWidth 121 mm, Height 187 mm, Thickness 22 mm
Weight329 g
Illustrationss/w., farb. Abb., Karten
Article no.12508402


Table of Content1) Planning your trip; 2) Essentials; 3) Marrakech and Essaouira; 4) High Atlas; 5) Fes, Meknes and Middle Atlas; 6) Desert and gorges; 7) Agadir and the South; 8) Rabat, Casablanca and the Atlantic coast; 9) Tangier and the North; 10) East Morocco; 11) Background; 12) Footnotes1) Introduction 2) Essentials 3) Managua & around 4) Masaya & Los Pueblos 5) Granada & around 6) River ...more
Critique'Who should pack Footprint - readers who want to escape the crowd.'The Observer


Richard Arghiris first visited Latin America in 2003, when he travelled between the capitals of Mexico and Panama. Richard has since become a regular visitor to the Americas, writing and researching content for guidebooks, magazines, newspapers and websites. Aside from Latin America, he has travelled widely in Europe and the United States, and is currently based in London where he works as an author and freelance journalist and is on the road whenever it calls.