Undoubtedly Nicaragua’s nature and wildlife is fascinating and waiting to be explored. Its many dry tropical and rain forests offer a great biodiversity with more than 750 species of birds, 150 species of mammals, 300 species of amphibians and more than 200 species of both freshwater and salt water fish as well as a great number of unusual insects.
According to studies Nicaragua has around 7% of the biodiversity of the whole planet and the second largest untouched tropical forest after the Amazon (Bosawas). Cloud forest volcanoes and the highlands will definitely amaze you with their extensive forests laden with bromeliads, orchids, ferns, mosses, and all different types of flowers.
Nicaragua has been getting more involved with the protection of endangered species and these days’ travelers can experience unforgettable moments by staying in nearby lodging to explore these natural wonders.