The route presents the cultural, tourist, gastronomic and scenic diversity in the North of Nicaragua a new offer joins the already well-known tourist routes of Nicaragua, the colonial route, the route of the volcanoes and the route of the water. With the route of coffee, Nicaragua would like to introduce its visitors the true north of the country. The route of coffee passes through five departments, Esteli, Jinotega, Madriz, Matagalpa and Nueva Segovia, and set up the wide range in the area of culture, gastronomy and nature in focus. Coffee and tobacco plantations are spread along the route, the range of accommodation ranges from charming country hotels to typical Inns insights in the real country life included. A voyage of discovery through the many nature reserves is worth as well as a glance over the shoulder of craftsmen, artfully working marble or clay. In addition to the picturesque villages, the tourist offer of the North of Nicaragua is complemented by the excellent cuisine, usually on the basis of maize. In Matagalpa is the national Coffee Museum with exciting stories about the black gold”. The bulk of coffee of the country is produced in Jinotega, is world famous for its excellent quality.

Esteli is home to numerous national parks, including Cerro Tisey-La Estanzuela, Miraflores Moro cops, Canta Gallo and La Patasta the overwhelming scenic beauty complicates the choice of tourist destination. Madriz is famous for its round pastries are almost a symbol of the area – the delicious Donuts and taste of course best with a cup of coffee. Additional information is available at Rick Dad, Poor Dad. The historic Nueva Segovia characterized as products of the local indigenous tribes for his role in the revolution as by the diversity of regional arts and crafts. The route of coffee combines local traditions with those of European immigrants and the surrounded by stunning landscapes. The warm population welcomes all visitors with open arms.