join us on the 13th welsh visit to nicaragua in february 2014

You will spend the first three nights in the capital, Managua, a sprawling, chaotic, vibrant city. You will have the chance to settle in, meet with community organisations, social movements and trade unions, to get up to speed on the country.

Then you fly to Bluefields, on Nicaragua’s Caribbean Coast. It’s a world away from Managua, much poorer but much more laid back. You’ll hear Creole and Spanish on the streets, with a smattering of Rama and Miskitu.

new jerusalem meeting

You’ll spend five nights there, including a boat ride through the rainforest up to Pearl Lagoon. You’ll be able to see how people on the Coast are struggling for autonomy and their languages, as well as taking in visits to innovative community music and food projects.

pix: david mcknight

Then it’s back to Managua for a night, and finally on to Granada for some relaxation. Granada is Nicaragua’s most picturesque city, with outstanding architecture, on the shores of Lake Cocibolca, and in the shadow of the Mombacho Volcano. There will also be a chance to take in the spectacular view of the Apoyo volcanic lagoon. Also, for the first time, we will be visiting the rural community of El Largatillo, to stay with families for several nights.


Your total cost for the fortnight is £500, which includes all accommodation, food and travel within the country. You will also have to pay your airfare – currently tickets are between £600 and £700, and we can help with booking.

We will also be organising a preparation day for the group before the journey. This will help you get the most out of your visit. ¡Buen viaje!

For more information contact Wales Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign, Tŷ Iorwerth, Ffordd y Sir, Penygroes, Gwynedd LL54 6ES. 01286 882134,



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