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Guacalito$250,000,000 (USD) Resort Opens Phase I in Nicaragua

Read more:  Pellas inaugura Guacalito de la Isla · El Nuevo Diario.

With a total investment of U.S. $ 250 million, Carlos Pellas, opened the luxury resort Guacalito Island, the first stage features a golf course with 18 holes, a boutique hotel and villas and cottages, in the idyllic town of Tola, Rivas near San Juan del Sur, on the Pacific Coast of Nicaragua.

Guacalito de la Isla
Beachside in Nicaragua

The first phase of the emblematic Guacalito Island, is located on the Emerald Coast of the Pacific, seeks to position Nicaragua as a premier tourist destination, opened 13 January 2013 in the presence of regional entrepreneurs invited by Carlos Pellas, who described the project as the legacy that the country intends to inherit.

With an estimated total of $ 250 million (USD), the first phase includes the boutique hotel Mukul, which has 39 rooms, 16 beach villas and 23 mountain huts, built on 1,600 acres (about 650 hectares), with an investment of U.S. $ 150 million.

My vision is that in 15, 20 years, we see this as the spark that made Nicaragua a tourist destination,” said Carlos Pellas, Pellas group leader.

Built with eco-friendly materials and the use of water catchment areas of rain, the resort is between and surrounded by more than 1,500 trees, some of which were transplanted  A 150-year guanacaste, erected at the entrance of the complex, represents the effort for the care of the environment.

 

 

GuacalitoNuevo Hotel, Cabañas, Villas y Cancha de Golf en Nicaragua

Lea más:  Pellas inaugura Guacalito de la Isla · El Nuevo Diario.

13 enero 2013

Pellas inaugura Guacalito de la Isla

Con una inversión total de US$250 millones, Carlos Pellas, líder del grupo Pellas, inauguró el resort de lujo Guacalito de la Isla, que en una primera etapa ofrece un campo de golf de 18 hoyos, un hotel boutique, así como villas y cabañas, en el paradisíaco municipio de Tola, Rivas, cerca de San Juan del Sur.

Guacalito
Guacalito

La primera fase del emblemático proyecto eco-turístico Guacalito de la Isla, ubicado en la Costa Esmeralda del Pacífico, en el municipio de Tola, Rivas, y que busca posicionar a Nicaragua como un destino turístico de primer nivel, fue inaugurado anoche en presencia de empresarios de la región invitados por Carlos Pellas, quien calificó dicho proyecto como el legado que pretende heredar al país.

Con una estimación total de US$250 millones, la primera etapa contempla el hotel-boutique Mukul, que cuenta con 39 estancias, 16 villas de playa y 23 cabañas de montaña, edificadas en 1,600 acres (casi 650 hectáreas), con una inversión de US$150 millones.

“Mi visión es que dentro de 15, 20 años, veamos esto como la chispa que despertó a Nicaragua como destino turístico”, expresó Carlos Pellas, líder del grupo Pellas.

Construido con materiales eco-amigables y con el uso de zonas de captación de agua de lluvia, el resort está entre y rodeado por más de 1,500 árboles, algunos de gran tamaño que fueron transplantados. Un guanacaste de 150 años, erigido en la entrada del complejo, representa el esfuerzo por el cuido del medio ambiente.

 

 

 

NBC Sportfishing Highlights Nicaragua in January

TREASURES OF RIO SAN JUAN, NICARAGUA

Air Date: 1/20/13

Guest host John Frazier takes a trip into the wilds of central Nicaragua in search of the giant tarpon that live in the Rio San Juan, which flows southeast out of Lake Nicaragua toward the Caribbean Sea. Tag along with Frazier as he and guide Allan Tisseaux hunt these monster fish in a beautiful and untamed part of the world.

 

HERE IS A PREVIEW:

 

Nicaraguan Tourism Board Partners With TACA for a Joint Marketing Campaign

From: Nicaraguan Tourism Board Partners With TACA To Drive Nicaragua Travel Bookings On… — MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Sept. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –.

 

New joint marketing campaign focuses on Nicaraguan Tourism Board’s first fall sale

MANAGUA, NicaraguaSept. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The Nicaraguan Tourism Board has launched a partnership with TACA, a leading airline in Latin America, to drive travel bookings to Nicaragua on Expedia.com, the world’s leading online travel company.

Visitors who go to Expedia.com can save up to 33% on flight and hotel packages, book hotel deals at popular Nicaraguan beach resorts such as Pelican Eyes, Morgan’s Rock and Punta Teonoste, and book tours that explore the country’s beautiful colonial cities, lakes, volcanoes and pristine natural reserves. In addition, they can book discounted flights to Nicaragua on TACA, which provides convenient and reasonably priced service from major North American cities, including daily non-stop service from Miami.

Nicaragua promoting tourism, foreign investment and development

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Published on: 2012/09/09

From:  Nicaragua Tourism News.

 

Central America’s best-kept tourism secret is about to be revealed and it is located just over two hours by air from Miami.

Nicaragua, straddling Central America, with both Atlantic and Pacific beaches and everything a traveler could want in between, is poised to become the country that does Latin American tourism well.

An active and enthusiastic Nicaraguan tourism community is hard at work promoting tourism as well as foreign investment and development in an eco-sensitive manner. Backed by a tourism-friendly government and a population that welcomes visitors, Nicaragua is waiting to be discovered.

Many projects promoting tourism to Nicaragua are underway including a proposed golf resort on the Pacific coast, an hour from Managua. Also, the development of new communities is attracting US retirees who can live comfortably on social security in a home with a view. There are many plans for road maintenance which will make getting around more comfortable. Dollars are accepted everywhere and ATMs give a choice of withdrawing dollars or Nicaraguan cordobas.

Nicaragua: Unique…Original

Nicaragua: Unique…Original.

 

Sport fishing is truly one of Nicaragua’s greatest draws. With two oceans, gigantic lakes, multiple rivers and inviting lagoons, Nicaragua has something different to offer every fishing enthusiast. The International Sports Fishing Tournament takes place each September on the San Juan River and on Ometepe Island, recognized as the world’s 10th largest island to be located in a freshwater lake. In addition, the first International Fishing Tournament took place May 2005 in the lush Solentíname archipelago near the Rió San Juan Region. Still undiscovered, over-fishing has not plagued Nicaragua as it has other nations, and so most bodies of water in and around the country still teem with sea life. Anglers can battle Blue, Black, or Striped Marlin on a Pacific excursion or look on in amazement while reeling in a 100-pound giant tarpon on the San Juan River. Lake Nicaragua (the second largest lake in Latin America) is considered one of the most interesting freshwater fishing spots in the world with bull sharks, “róbalos”, 30-pound snook and mammoth tarpon. Popular fishing outfitters includehttp://www.nicaraguafishing.com/ for Rio San Juan, Surfari Charters (www.surfaricharters.com) and Pelican Eyes Sailing Adventures (www.piedrasyolas.com/pelicaneyes) for Pacific coast fishing.

 

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