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If in Granada, a must see is Laguna de Apoyo -- a crystal clear lake in a volcanic crater. Plan to spend a night -- it's a great time.
While traveling, we stopped in San Juan del Sur for the night. That was nine years ago and we are still here! The friendliest people in all of Central America can be found here. The town is lively or laid back, whichever you prefer, and the beaches outside of town are spectacular.
San Juan del Sur is wonderful for anyone who likes beaches, drinks, good people, and good food.
San Juan del Sur is the most beautiful town I've ever seen - along with the most kind, generous, and friendly people. Anyone who says anything negative about the people must not have given them a chance. I couldn't believe how patient everyone was with my rusty Spanish! Make sure to bring how a couple bottles of Flor de Cana, the Nicaraguan brand of Rum, WAY better than anything we get in the States!
I was extremely unimpressed by the town of San Juan del Sur. I agree that the beach is pretty, but other than that the citizens were unfriendly and very boring. I love Nicaragua, but I would skip San Juan and go to the much more cultured town of Granada.
I visited San Juan del Sur five years ago and fell in love with the tiny fishing village so much that I actually moved here from Washington DC!!! Check it out! You won't be disappointed.


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