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Camino Real Hotel, Convention Center and Casino Camino Real Managua Hotel, has created unique surroundings by perfectly blending nature and comfort. With an excellent service, convenient facilities and highly qualified staff, Camino Real ensures that your stay will be enjoyable. Hotel Camino Real Managua is operated by Hoteles Globales (Grupo Optursa), is a company with 30 years of experience in the management and marketing of tourism properties. The company portfolio adds up to 51 hotels in some of the most popular Spanish holiday destinations as the Balearic and Canary islands, Madrid and Costa del Sol. Also, the portfolio includes two additional hotels, in Nicaragua, Argentina, Belgium and Switzerland, right on the heart of Europe, adding up to a grand total of 22.000 beds. Our properties are located in areas of great tourism interest and they are equipped with all the facilities and services required to guarantee a broad variety of activities. We are a modern company that combines today's leisure services with a personalized way to satisfy our customers, by taking good care of all the small details to guarantee our customers the best holiday possible.
Nicaragua Typical Food and Beverages Nicaragua food and drink is representative of the diversity of its residents. Spanish, Creole, and Indigenous Nicaraguan cuisines all influence modern Nicaragua food, which most travelers find delicious – and exceptionally inexpensive. Getting hungry? Have a taste of Nicaragua food and drink! Be sure to follow the links for Nicaragua recipes and other information. The majority of Nicaraguan meals are founded upon traditional Nicaragua foods like corn, beans, plantains, yucca and peppers. A characteristic Nicaragua meal might include a meat like chicken, pork or fresh seafood from Nicaragua’s expansive coasts, deep-fried plantains, rice and beans (aka “gallo pinto”) and a cabbage salad.
What To Do? Nicaragua is the country in Central America that adventurous people go to go see lush tropical rainforests, rumbling active volcanoes, and some of the best fly fishing in the world. There are so many things to do in Nicaragua that you might be tempted to explore the country for an entire month or more. Perhaps the main reason Nicaragua tourism is on the rise is because of the variety of beautiful beaches along the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. Some of the beaches feature gentle waves that are perfect for a day of swimming and fishing, while other beaches have a strong tide that surfers prefer.