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About Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America with an area of 130,373 km2. The population in Nicaragua hovers at approximately 6 million. The capital city of Managua is the most populous with over 1.5 million inhabitants. The country limits with Honduras to the north and Costa Rica to the south. The Pacific Ocean lies [...]

Arabica Coffee - Arabica Coffee Beans

Coffee Varieties

Central American coffee is characterized by a classic clean flavor, a light to medium body and a good acidity balanced profile. Producing first class coffee is of great importance to the national economy. The tropical country of Nicaragua provides great sites for growing coffee. The main type of coffee cultivated in Nicaragua is Arabica Coffee. [...]

Raising Cattle - Cattle Breeding - Nicaragua - Farm - Farming

Cattle Breeding

Cattle breeding is a tradition in Nicaragua, and has been a fundamental economic rubric in the Nicaraguan exportations for more than 150 years. Currently, of the nearly five million acres of existing farmland in Nicaragua, only 15-18% is under continuous agricultural use. Nearly all the rest is pastureland. The Food and Agricultural Association’s figures show [...]

Precious Woods - Wooded Property - Cedar Trees - Fruit Trees - Cedro - Laurel - Caoba - Genizaro - Roble - Madera Negra - Bamboo

Precious Wood

Nicaragua considers sustainable forestry as a priority for economic development. Teak In 2006, the Nicaragua Precious Woods Project was created, with, plans to turn former cattle ranches in southern Nicaragua into new-growth teak forests. The project is designed to absorb nearly 300,000 tons of CO2 emissions by the year 2017 and generate carbon credits for [...]