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Live & Work Remotely in Nicaraguan Pacific Coast

Nicaragua

Digital Nomads accommodation in Nicaraguan Pacific Coast)

Best Places to Live & Work as a Digital Nomad in Nicaraguan Pacific Coast

Nicaragua

Digital Nomad Guide: Nicaraguan Pacific Coast

Nicaragua stretches from the ocean to the jungle. From all points of view, it is magnificent. A country still little-visited but which ensures a guaranteed change of scenery. Discover its beautiful colonial-style towns, its lush nature (we are right in the middle of Central America and it shows ...) and its superb chain of volcanoes on which we trudged like we did. could. Discovering Granada, one of the prettiest colonial cities in the country, also allows you to visit two volcanoes not far from there. Mombacho, a rainforest-covered volcano, where you can play Indiana Jones-style adventurers. And Masaya, an active volcano which you can approach the impressive crater and even enter volcanic caves full of bats! The beautiful island of Ometepe located on Lake Nicaragua, where we spent a few days more than relaxing, far from all the hustle and bustle, discovering an incredible nature. Leon; Further North offers the traveller its very present historical past but also the possibility in a few buses to go swimming on the large beaches of Las Penitas. Discover Nicaragua with nomad stays!

Features

  • Ocean
  • Waves
  • Jungle
  • Forest
  • Cultural History
  • Islands
  • Coliving
  • Surfiing

Surfing

Wildlife

Sealife

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Live & Work Remotely in Costa Rican Pacific Coast

Costa Rica

Digital Nomads accommodation in Costa Rican Pacific Coast)

Best Places to Live & Work as a Digital Nomad in Costa Rican Pacific Coast

Costa Rica

Digital Nomad Guide: Costa Rican Pacific Coast

Sunny days, awesome surf and stunning beaches are three ways that best describe the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Entirely encompassed by Guanacaste province, the North Pacific Coast part of the country is the most visited, yet it is also one of the least populated parts of Costa Rica. Among the best and most easily accessible diving sites in the country, the North Pacific Coast has an abundance of marine life, especially around the Isla Santa Catalina area, Playas del Coco and Playa Ocotal. Today, areas like Tamarindo are also becoming increasingly popular and little fishing villages are exploding all over the place, with more and more foreigners wanting to move here to find a piece of paradise. www.govisitcostarica.com

Features

  • Diving
  • Surfing
  • Fishing
  • Paradise
  • Marino Las Baulso National Park

Beaches

Sunsets

Flora & Fauna

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