Free visits and open commerce at Nicaraguan Public Resorts this summer

THE COLLECTION OF MONEY IS PROHIBITED AT PUBLIC RESORTS

PROHIBIT THE COLLECTION OF SPAS

As of this weekend, the order of President Ortega goes into effect to allow free access to all public resorts this summer season, said First Lady Rosario Murillo on Friday.

  
 
The First Lady recalled that this approach is applied year after year to ensure free access of families to all the facilities that are for the enjoyment and recreation of the population in general.
 
It has also been stipulated that no one should be charged, nor disavow the income of people working selling food, drinks or other products in these days of Easter and these weekends leading upto the biggest week, said Murillo.
 
“They can enter to earn an honest living selling food, selling sweets and soft drinks selling, selling shave ice, selling ice cream, all our brothers sellers; also brothers who have stable businesses in the various spas will have good jobs, we hope, in this season, with the peace that exists in this country. We will have full local support for the vendors and we are sure that they will brighten up service and observe all hygiene recommendations made ​​by the Ministry of Health , “said Rosario as published on Friday the official site 19 Digital.
Radio Primerisima

Source: SE PROHIBE EL COBRO DE BALNEARIOS | 100% NOTICIAS

So this is back again, another “innovation” that at least in past years, has stuck the local alcaldia (mayor’s) offices with the cost of cleaning up from the thousands of people who will take advantage of this. We’ll give the benefit of the doubt to the guvmint here as I’m sure they have it all figured out by now…

Yes it get quite crowded at the public beaches with easy access via bus, especially during Easter Week.

Yes it get quite crowded at the public beaches with easy access via bus, especially during Easter Week.

But that’s all good for folks to get out to the local spots. For example, there is a little laguna near Managua called Xiloa. I’ve never been but it is supposed to be fairly nice as far as a clean little lake to swim in…still I’d prefer Laguna de Apoyo anyday!

Some of the beaches that usually charge some admission are:

Other places include:

 

 

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