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Nicaragua’s iconic dishes, such as gallo pinto or the macua drink, are a must for your clients to sample when visiting the destination. But what many don’t realize is that the cuisine of Nicaragua is quite broad, varying from region to region in the country but delicious throughout.
Nicaraguan cuisine reflects a mix of the country’s history, combining influences from its indigenous people, Creole cuisine, and Spanish influences from early colonial settlers. On the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua and the Corn Islands, for instance, visitors will find regional specialties highlighting fresh seafood or coconut – coconut bread is a specialty in the Corn Islands or rondon, a fish and coconut stew.