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Rajat Bhatnagar

Living in Nicaragua, from India

"After spending my whole life as an expatriate, finding this platform and joining the Managua network made me incredibly happy. "

Catus Bogdan

Living in Nicaragua, from Hungary

"A friend invited me to InterNations. Now I know much more about expat life in Managua and I'm less nervous when it comes to moving there. "

InterNations - a community of trust

InterNations - a trusted Network & Guide for Expats in Nicaragua

  • Join our community and get to know members of Nicaragua’s vibrant expat community
  • Receive reliable information and exchange insider tips about the Nicaraguan expat living
  • Meet fellow expatriates at top InterNations events in Managua, Granada and many other regions

Welcome to the Expat Nicaragua Chapter!

¡Hola! and a warm welcome to InterNations Nicaragua! Our network for expats in Nicaragua is tailored to your particular needs and helps you with moving to and settling in Nicaragua. Relocating overseas to a foreign country is adventurous and also challenging now and then. For expatriates Nicaragua a lot of questions come up such as: ʺHow good is the health care system in Nicaragua and do I need special vaccinations?ʺ, ʺIn which district should we live when moving to León?ʺ or ʺHow about the overall safety in Managua?ʺ And many more questions…

InterNations aims to support you, as an expatriate, in getting to know the Nicaragua expat community and discovering the Nicaraguan way of life in all its facets, from having the traditional gallopinto to celebrating beachside fiestas in honour of San Juan.

We are present not only in Nicaragua, but worldwide including numerous countries in North & South America – for instance our chapter for Expats in China. You might also consider to stop by at our Expatriate Spain community during your next travel.

Our Support for Nicaragua Expatriates

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Nicaragua Expatriates Network

Find and get to know like-minded expatriates residing in Nicaragua, their partners and families.

Nicaragua Guide for Expats

Nicaragua Expat Guide

Expat Forum Nicaragua

Obtain trustworthy advice and local insight from fellow members in our Nicaragua expat forums.

Nicaragua Expat Forum

Nicaragua Events for Expatriates

Meet up with expatriates of diverse backgrounds and nationalities at our regular InterNations Events.

Nicaragua Expat Events

Embark on Nicaragua Expats Life

From the iconic Isla de Ometepe to a fresh water lagoon right in Managua, Nicaragua has much to offer to expatriates, tourists and travelers from all over the world. However, the growing expat Nicaragua community is mainly attracted by its economic challenges, e.g. in the coffee sector, and the urban development in Managua and Granada. Expat living in Nicaragua surely can face a challenge once in a while, but at the same time it is a wonderful intercultural experience you will never forget.

Curious to explore the world? Just visit our group for Expat France to get a glimpse of InterNations around the globe. Or perhaps our Expatriate Saudi Arabia can provide you with helpful tips on living abroad

The Network for like-minded Expatriates in Nicaragua

In our social network, you can easily get in touch with other expatriates living in Nicaragua in a private and protected environment where trust, confidence and friendly ‘netiquette’ are essentials. You may ask other expat members from Nicaragua’s international community about insider tips, e.g. how to obtain a work permit. Moreover, you’ll also meet your fellow expatriates in Nicaragua in real life at our top-quality InterNations Get-Togethers – the best way for casual socializing in the capital city and other places like León or Granada for all members of the Nicaragua expat community.

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