I love to write about all that Granada has to offer visiting families searching for safe adventures abroad. Granada is a unique city that consistently hosts positive immersion experiences for both kids and adults alike. As we parents know, a foreign trip or temporary move abroad is only going to be successful if everyone involved can relax and enjoy themselves in a new environment. An important attraction of Granada Nicaragua is that a family can create a safe comfortable base here that balances well with the daily new experiences and challenges of a different culture, language and way of doing things.
With children’s happiness in mind (and therefor all of our happiness) these are my essential reasons why Granada should be on your radar for your family’s best travel experience abroad. Continue reading “Top 10 reasons Granada, Nicaragua is the best place for traveling with kids and extended family stays.”
Why volunteer in Granada, Nicaragua?
Granada, Nicaragua is an ideal location for volunteering for your whole family: it is beautiful and safe, well-located next to many day-trip attractions, full of quality home rentals and is host to many worthy organizations that are doing meaningful front-line social work with children and families.
Volunteers from around the world arrive year round to offer their time and skills to non-profit organizations that require no program fees to participate. Families with small and grown children spend days, months and sometimes up to a year immersing themselves in Nicaraguan life, culture and language while finding personal satisfaction dedicating their work hours to their volunteer projects.
What about the Spanish?
Most volunteers find that language is not a barrier to volunteering. Spanish language skills can be greatly improved with daily lessons. Other languages, particularly English, are so helpful to many Nicaraguan students who are dedicated to learning a second language to improve their job prospects.
How to get started
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