Nicaragua: 2015 Tourism Figures

Average daily spending per tourist fell by 13.4% compared to 2014, with average stays registered of 17 days.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

From a statement issued by the Central Bank:

The Central Bank of Nicaragua (BCN) has published the annual results of inbound and outbound tourism, corresponding to 2015.

According to data published by the NCBs, the per capita average daily expenditure realized by non-resident visitors who entered the country in this period was $41.5, mainly driven by spending on the part of tourists from South and North America, a result similar to 2014 ($41.8).

Meanwhile, average daily per capita outbound tourism expenditure for this period was $20.6, promoted by the per capita expenditure incurred by resident tourists who visited South America and other regions. This expenditure recorded a fall of 13.4% compared to 2014 ($23.8).

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