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Your money will go a very long way!

The Córdoba (C$) is the official currency of Nicaragua. ($1 USD = 26.11 C$) But US Dollars are also widely accepted and exchanged throughout the country. And your money will go far because, comparatively, living in Nicaragua is much more affordable than North America.
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Despite much of what you’ve probably heard, Nicaragua is a relatively
safe country!

Don't be cynical! No, not relatively safe to Damascus! But safe in comparison to say, Panama. And Nicaragua is as safe as the country we always get negatively compared to, our neighbors to the South, Costa Rica. But don't take our word for it.
See what these two impartial sources have to say about it:
The United Nations

So much to see and do!

With nearly 1/5 of the Nicaraguan territory designated a 'protected area' and vast geographic diversity, Nicaragua is an ecological wonderland. From lushlyctopped volcanoes to Caribbean underwater gardens (and everything in between) the wondrous nature of Nicaragua offers limitless attractions like surfing, kayaking, ziplining and hiking for the adventure-seeker and incredible flora and fauna for the placid observer to enjoy. You'll never be bored living in Nicaragua!
Start discovering Nicaragua!

Close proximity to North America

With direct flights connecting from Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, LA and Houston just averaging between 2-5 hours in flight-time, these airlines can zip you to and from your North American home and your home in Nicaragua with relative ease:
United Airlines
American Airlines
Spirit Airlines

Say goodbye to your snow shovel!

With its proximity to the equator, the average temperature in Western Nicaragua averages between lows of 73° F (23° C) to a highs of 86° F (30° C) in January, and low averages of 79° F (26° C) to maximum temperatures of 88° F (31° C) in July. After a dry season lasting from November to April, rains begin in May and continue to October, giving the Pacific Lowlands 40 to 60 inches (1,016 to 1,524 mm) of precipitation.

You won’t be alone!

With more and more North American expats settling in Nicaragua you'll always have plenty of friends to share in your Independance Day BBQ, Thanksgiving Dinner or should homesickness ever hit. Here are some expat networks and blogs we recommend you join if you're considering a move to Nicaragua:
An Expat Life In Nicaragua
Rewired and Retired in Nicaragua
The Nicaragua Gringo

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