2) Granada, Nicaragua
Situated between both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Granada offers lovely white sand beaches, lush rainforests, massive lakes, volcanoes and reefs. It’s the oldest colonial city in Nicaragua, so its buildings and homes have a Bohemian design with distinct Colonial influences. There is absolutely no shortage of things to do while visiting Granada. It is a popular travel destination among eco-friendly tourists and a distinctively social destination. Visitors can take part in a variety of jungle excursions and adventures, as well as participate in some of the day-to-day happenings on rural farms offering tourist activities—guests can see firsthand how the residents’ hard work pays off. Granada has it all; bird watching in the rainforests, sailing in the island inlets and spa treatments at its luxury resorts.