Masaya hammocks, Granada vintage rocking chairs, crafts from Masatepe and San Marcos, cerámica negra from Lake Apanas, artisan rock from the city of Leon and the fine carpentry of El Castillo, they all find a place at Guacimo. This is our way of celebrating Nicaraguan craftsmanship.

Fourteenth-century fortresses, 19th-century steam ships carrying European immigrants and dozens of interoceanic projects that dreamed of this place as the path to connect the North and South seas. Witness history at El Castillo fortress museum or visit a two-century old sunken steamship that has transformed into a small jungle island.