For more than a decade now, International Living has been pointing your attention to Nicaragua. But in recent years, something critically worthy of your consideration has slowly been gathering steam. Very soon, the top will blow off this little secret with vigor… and I want you to among the first to know what’s going on.
But first…you have to forget everything you think you know about Nicaragua. This is not the same country it was 30… 15… or even five years ago.
Something remarkable has happened… something that’s caused publications like The New York Times to name this little country as one of the top three destinations to visit in 2103, and state—as we’ve been telling you for more than 15 years now—that not only is it “devastatingly beautiful” but “Americans are seeing the country anew.”
“It’s easy to go to Nicaragua. It’s easy to make a difference in Nicaragua. It’s easy to invest in Nicaragua,” they report.
Indeed, tourism is growing rapidly. In 2012, Nicaragua received well over one million tourists—a growth of 11.3% over the previous year. That’s because the government has pumped millions of dollars into infrastructure projects. Roads… airports… excellent hospitals… reliable electricity, water, and internet… and much, much more. This is a shiny new Nicaragua and it deserves your attention now, more than ever before.
(By the way, it’s not just tourists Nicaragua is seeking to attract. The red carpet is also being rolled out to foreign retirees with legislation enacted and incentives offered to encourage retirees to move there.)
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to learn more about all that Nicaragua has to offer.
That’s why I directed our most senior editors—Dan Prescher and Suzan Haskins—to take on the most in-depth research-gathering project we’ve ever mounted on any country.
We call it our Blueprint for Your New Life in Nicaragua.
Whether you’re looking for a soft golden beach you can walk along, right outside your door… a charming colonial home… a small farm or a lot with enough room to spread out and grow vegetables and fruit or even coffee… or even a true Caribbean island where the official language is English…
The Blueprint for Your New Life in Nicaragua will show you what it looks like… how to find it… why it makes sense… and how you can create the retirement life of your dreams.