Google-Translate-English to Hebrew Google-Translate-English to Japanese Google-Translate-English to Russian
Google-Translate-English to Italian Google-Translate-English to French Google-Translate-English to Dutch
Google-Translate-English to Spanish Google-Translate-English to Portuguese Google-Translate-English to German

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.

 

 

 

Destination: Central America Sport Fishing

source: http://www.wheretofish.com/camerica.html

Quite possibly the most diverse sportfishing area in the world for different species of sport fish available. Anglers will enjoy fishing for sailfish, dorado, roosterfish and more on the Pacific side of Costa Rica or tarpon fishing, snook, rainbow bass and more on the Caribbean side. Giant marlin fishing and more are available in Panama or you may decide to target bonefish, tarpon and permit in Belize. The inland waterways of Nicaragua are teeming with game fish and let’s not forget the world-class sailfishing in Guatemala. Click on the lodge names below for more information on the Central American destination and species of your choic

 

Worldwide Fishing Adventures

Premier Fishing In Nicaragua

From: Fishing :: Gigante Nicaragua.

 

Nicaragua is fast becoming one of the premier “frontier fishing” spots in the world. Long advertised as a surfer’s paradise, international fishermen are now exploring the abundant fisheries of Nicaragua. Your best bet to catch fish while you are in Gigante is to book a charter trip with one of the three charter operators who operate from Gigante Bay. See the listing of Charter Operators below.

Fishing in Nicaragua can vary greatly depending on the season. There are only two seasons: the Dry season from November thru May and the Rainy season from June thru October. Offshore winds blow constantly during the Dry season and the near shore water is generally clear but can be choppy if the winds are strong. The wind is generally offshore and less strong during the Rainy season but the river runoff from the rain can make near shore waters cloudy with silt. September and October are especially rainy due to the counter clockwise motion of tropical systems in the Pacific and Caribbean pulling moisture over the Southwest Nicaraguan coast. Land travel can be very difficult during these two months because the roads are very muddy and stream crossings are impassable.

Enjoy Nicaragua Adventures While Living Easy & Inexpensive

Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2012/09/19

From: As Nicaragua Sees More Travelers, Here’s What You Need to Know.

 

 

Nicaragua is beginning to appear on the radar of travelers, with its natural beauty and old-fashioned charm that neither tourism nor internal strife has ruined. It’s a low-key, slow-moving Latin American culture, inexpensive to travel and live in, and is often referred to as “Costa Rica 30 years ago.” Nicaragua is easy to travel within and home to rich festivals and exciting outdoor adventures. From ash boarding down the side of one of the youngest (and active) volcanoes in the world, to scuba diving in the Little Corn Island – known for its remote, pristine beaches – along with the excitement of colonial towns such as Leon and Granada, in Nicaragua you can still travel under the radar.

page 1 of 1
Welcome , today is Saturday, 2017/06/24