Guacalito De La Isla, Nicaragua Travel Guide : Food, hotel, Cost, Weather & geography, History, language, culture, things to see and do and how to reach

You can find about travel advice such as public places & services, best restaurants, activities, sightseen and other key facts of the Guacalito De La Isla, Nicaragua.

A tropical paradise for those in search of the exotic and undiscovered, Guacalito’s rolling oceanfront land reaches into the sea like two outstretched arms, calming the Pacific waters and extending a warm welcome to enjoy the many benefits and activities of two private beaches. 

Those in search of five-star design and amenities in direct connection with nature call the land at Guacalito home.

Foods in Guacalito De La Isla :
Dishes made with local ingredients and many of the items on the menu reflect Mexican, Italian, French, Mediterranean and even Asian accents.

Weather & geography in Guacalito De La Isla :
Weather forecast for Mukul Beach Golf Club,Rivas Nicaragua, brought to you by Km 10 Carratera, Guacalito de La Isla, Tola-Las Salinas, Rivas Department.

Per day Cost in Guacalito De La Isla :
Cost for the one-day pass is $150+ taxes per person

History of Guacalito De La Isla :

A 135 Year History: In 1875, 25 year-old Francisco Alfredo Pellas Canessa came to Nicaragua to take over the family business, Caribbean Pacific Transit Co., founded by his father Carlos Napoleon.
The young Francisco transformed that company to Nicaragua Steamship Navigation Company with an initial investment of US$ 225,000. With a fleet of 23 ships, he connected the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans of Nicaragua, becoming an icon in the country.

What started as a transport business was transformed in 1890 into Nicaragua Sugar Estates Limited, owner of the San Antonio sugar mill. In 1912, after the death of Francisco Alfredo Pellas, the San Antonio sugar mill produced more than 100,000 quintals of sugar per year.

The sons of the founder of the Pellas Group, Carlos Pellas Vivas and his brother Silvio, assumed the stewardship of the family business.

Casa Pellas, the first distributor of GM vehicles in Central America, was founded in 1913. With the molasses produced in the San Antonio sugar mill, the production of rums began, which were introduced in the Nicaraguan market in 1937 by Compañía Licorera de Nicaragua, the producer of the prestigious Flor de Caña, the world’s most award-winning rum, which has become an ambassador of Nicaraguan identity.

In 1952, after the death of Carlos Pellas Vivas, his brother Silvio expanded the activities of the Pellas Group by entering into the financial world with the founding of Banco de America, which over time became Nicaragua’s largest private bank.

A year later, after the death of Silvio Pellas Vivas, the leadership of the Nicaraguan business group passed to Alfredo Pellas Chamorro, son of the deceased Carlos Pellas Vivas. Under his leadership, the San Antonio sugar mill produced its first million quintals of sugar in 1959.

Alfredo Pellas Chamorro led the Group through a first phase of modernization and developed the financial business through Banco de America, one of the first Latin American banks to use plastic means of payment when Credomatic acquired the MasterCard and Visa franchise in 1975. In 1982, Banco Popular was acquired (now BAC Florida Bank).

As of 1985, and over the last 25 years, Carlos Pellas Chamorro has been at the helm of this corporate conglomerate, consolidating it, diversifying the areas of business, and expanding it into one of the most dynamic business groups in Central America.

Carlos Pellas Chamorro transformed the San Antonio sugar mill into an agro-energy complex that produces sugar, ethanol and energy, and has made Nicaragua Sugar one of the main exporters of ethanol in Central America. Pellas eliminated bunker consumption by generating clean energy from bagasse cane, which supplies 7% of Nicaragua’s energy demand during the harvest season. On the other hand, his brother Silvio Pellas Chamorro, at the front of Casa Pellas, has injected great dynamism with the distribution of brands like Toyota, Suzuki, Hino, and Yamaha motorcycles, among other products of world prestige.

Language in Guacalito De La Isla :

Hotel in  Guacalito De La Isla, Nicaragua :
(1) Guacalito de la Isla

(2) Mukul, Auberge Resorts Collection

(3) Guacalito de la Isla

(4) Guacalito de la Isla Luxury Ocean Villas & apartments

How to reach in Guacalito De La Isla :
Many of our guests and homeowners also choose to fly into one of Costa Rica's two international airports: San Jose (SJO) and Liberia (LIR). Once there, a 30-minute flight on Sansa Airlines brings you to our Costa Esmeralda Airport in Nicaragua where you will be picked up and then driven to the resort by private car.

Travel Guide for Guacalito De La Isla : Food, Cost, Weather & geography, History, language, culture, things to see and do and how to reach. – Published by The Beyond News (Travelling).