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Nicaragua

These free, printable travel maps of Nicaragua are divided into the following regions:

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Nicaragua

Color travel map of Nicaragua
Nicaragua



Managua

Though you could conceivably pass through Nicaragua without visiting Managua at all, its central location makes it an important transport hub and the place to go for services not available elsewhere.

Map of Managua, Nicaragua
Managua
Map of Managua City
Managua City
Map of Managua's Malecón (Waterfront)
Managua’s Malecón (Waterfront)
Map of Carretera Masaya, Nicaragua
Carretera Masaya



Granada and Masaya

Granada is the undisputed hub of tourism in the country, and it’s got the international cuisine and café culture to prove it. Less than an hour south of the capital, Masaya and the dozens of villages that comprise the Pueblos Blancos are known for their residents’ artistry.

Map of Granada and Masaya, Nicaragua
Granada and Masaya
Map of Granada City, Nicaragua
Granada City
Map of Masaya City, Nicaragua
Masaya City



La Isla de Ometepe and Rivas

An old administrative city with a colonial history, Rivas may be worth a stop on your way to the beaches of San Juan del Sur or to Nicaragua’s crown jewel: La Isla de Ometepe, a few kilometers across Lake Cocibolca.

Map of La Isla de Ometepe and San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
La Isla de Ometepe and San Juan del Sur
Map of La Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua
La Isla de Ometepe
Map of Rivas, Nicaragua
Rivas



San Juan del Sur and the Southwest Coast

Nicaragua’s favorite beach town is also the most popular with foreign tourists. In addition to a crescent bay lined with barefoot restaurants and sandy bars, San Juan del Sur offers a slow-paced, tranquil setting, fresh seafood, and charming guesthouses.

Map of San Juan del Sur and the Southwest Coast, Nicaragua
San Juan del Sur and the Southwest Coast
Map of Beaches north of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
Beaches north of San Juan del Sur
Map of Beaches south of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
Beaches south of San Juan del Sur
Map of Tola and Pacific Beaches in Nicaragua
Tola and Pacific Beaches



León and the Volcanic Lowlands

Lying at the feet of the imposing Maribio volcanoes, León and Chinandega are colonial cities in the arid lowlands of Nicaragua’s Pacific northwest.

Map of León and the Volcanic Lowlands, Nicaragua
León and the Volcanic Lowlands
Map of the City of León, Nicaragua
City of León
Travel map of Chinandega, Nicaragua
Chinandega



Estelí and the Segovias

Nicaragua’s mountainous north is accessible by comfortable public transportation; its main city, Estelí, is only a few hours from Managua.

Maps - Nicaragua 6e - Esteli and the Segovias
Estelí and the Segovias
Map of the City of Estelí, Nicaragua
City of Estelí
Map of the Miraflor Nature Reserve in Nicaragua
Miraflor Nature Reserve
Map of Ocotal, Nicaragua
Ocotal



The Matagalpa and Jinotega Highlands

Nicaragua’s rugged interior is coffee country, where the unrushed traveler will find rough, undeveloped adventure.

Map of The Matagalpa and Jinotega Highlands, Nicaragua
The Matagalpa and Jinotega Highlands


Map of Matagalpa City, Nicaragua
Matagalpa City
Map of Jinotega City, Nicaragua
Jinotega City



Chontales and the Nicaraguan Cattle Country

Most travelers speed through on buses bound for El Rama and the Atlantic coast, but spending a night in Juigalpa or Boaco, where the wild west vibe hasn’t lost its edge, may lead you on to the area’s hot springs, petroglyphs, horseback treks, and burly hikes.

Map of Chontales and the Nicaraguan Cattle Country
Chontales and the Nicaraguan Cattle Country
Map of Boaco, Nicaragua
Boaco
Map of Juigalpa, Nicaragua
Juigalpa



Solentiname and the Río San Juan

Life moves slowly along the broad river that drains Lake Cocibolca to the Caribbean. This gorgeous, verdant lowland is Nicaragua’s wettest, and its remoteness means you’ll spend more time and more money getting around.

Map of Solentiname and the Río San Juan, Nicaragua
Solentiname and the Río San Juan
Map of San Carlos, Nicaragua
San Carlos
Map of The Solentiname Islands, Nicaragua
The Solentiname Islands



Bluefields and the Corn Islands

Nicaragua’s Caribbean is tough, muddy, and quite unlike any Cancún-tainted visions you may harbor. Most tourists fly straight from Managua to Big Corn, but a few hardy souls still visit Bluefields to experience Creole culture and crab soup.

Map of Bluefields, Nicaragua
Bluefields
Map of Big Corn Island, Nicaragua
Big Corn Island
Map of Little Corn Island, Nicaragua
Little Corn Island



Puerto Cabezas and the Río Coco

The northeast Miskito communities of Puerto Cabezas (Bilwi), Waspám, and the Río Coco are a far removed, embattled corner of the country, where resources go more toward fighting the drug trade and recovering from natural disasters than developing tourism.

Map of Puerto Cabezas and the Río Coco, Nicaragua
Puerto Cabezas and the Río Coco
Map of Puerto Cabezas (Bilwi), Nicaragua
Puerto Cabezas (Bilwi)

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