Granada is a very gay friendly city and you can see openly gay guys in the streets specially La Calzada. There are plenty of openly gay people here. How safe is for a solo gay traveller in Nicaragua? So I can say that my experience has been one of welcoming and I have never had any bad experience being a member of the LGBT community in the 7 years that I have lived here in Nicaragua. He was surprised at how unfazed they were by the news.
When I was changing buses one day in the chaotic Rivas terminal, I saw a statuesque woman strolling the dusty platform selling nutty snacks from a plastic bag she carried on her head.
Is Nicaragua gay friendly? - Nicaragua Forum
As you get to know Nicaraguans and as the depth of your relationship grows, we get to know private information about one another and start sharing private information as well. I had Sergio pegged from a distance. That has a lot to do with the influence of the new pope, who, being from a mostly Catholic country, he has a big influence on certain views towards these social groups. No, I wouldn't say the majority of Nicaraguans are anti-gay. There aren't any problems with that. Public displays of affection between homosexuals are still not seen well by most people, so it is highly avoided.
Take a taxi home. And how was it? Second only to Haiti as the poorest country in the western hemisphere, Nicaragua pushes some pressing issues off the public agenda with its focus on economic growth and poverty reduction. The best way to get there is by a hired car from Miami or to take the shuttle bus from Miami International Airport It has been absolutely amazing.