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San Juan del Norte





During the British colonization it was called “Grey Town” after the Jamaican Governor Charles Edward Grey and served as the ammunition camp for pirate incursions through the San Juan River.

Its location is in the most southeastern of Nicaragua with great potential for nature and history explorations. Undoubtedly a great starting site for adventuring into the Indio River and learning about the unique way of living of the inhabitants, it is also a starting point to navigate up the San Juan River and while observe the vast flora and fauna.

The little town mainly made by wooden houses has also a very interesting historical foreign cemetery where travelers and adventurers coming from all over the world were buried. Close by, part of the machinery to dredge San Juan River for making a water canal at the beginning of the XX century can be observed.

Activities
Birdwatching • Flora and Fauna Observation • Fresh Water Fishing

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