South Atlantic


In 1989, Nicaragua’s governmental structure underwent some changes, which included the formation of new regions. During this time, the area where the South Atlantic is divided into two, creating two separate and autonomous regions, namely the North Atlantic Autonomous Region (RAAN) and South Atlantic Autonomous Region (RAAS). With a population of approximately three hundred eighty thousand inhabitants and a vast landscape of about twenty thousand square kilometers, the South Atlantic is a region full of captivating beauty and exciting adventures.

The South Atlantic Autonomous Region has twelve municipalities namely, New Guinea, El Rama, Corn Island, Pearl Launa, Mouth ofthe Cruz de Rio Grande, El Ayote, Kukra Hill, La Cruz de Rio Grande, Bocana of Paiwas Bullocks Wharf, El Tortuguero and its capital Bluefields. Destinations such as Corn Island and Bluefields are popular because of its variety of attractions and adventure activities and ecological tourism.

Bluefields, not only is the capital of the South Atlantic region, but also one of the most important port cities in the Caribbean to import and export of various products, such as lobsters, wood, bananas and fish. It is also home to an airport and national airline and traveltransport of tourists, The South Atlanta region is a wonderful region of Nicaragua, and exploring this amazing part of the country is not going to be disappointing, but that Instead it will lead to many discoveries of inspiration and memorable moments on his trip to Nicaragua.

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