Tourist Port to Be Constructed in Momotombo, Nicaragua

A channel is already being dredged to allow access to the port that will stimulate tourism in the region.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010


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An article in Lavozdelsandinismo.com comments that, "the project will cost $1.4 million with the aim of promoting the development of local communities in an area featuring tourist attractions such as the Momotombo volcano and island, as well as the León Viejo ruins".

Momotombo is located in the north east coast of the Lake of Managua. The port construction, known as Patricio Argüello, is expected to finish by the end of 2010.

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