The adventurous have been drawn here for centuries to experience its beauty and riches.
Kevin Fleming, Chairman of Grupo Mariana is inviting you to a special event that will give you all the information you need on how you can participate in this unique opportunity, either for yourself or on behalf of your clients.
Intrepid investors and adventurers seeking a tropical lifestyle will have a chance to explore Nicaragua and
its abundant opportunities November 28 – December 2, 2012, when Grupo Mariana offers an extensive fact-finding tour and seminar. The special five-day event includes an oceanside celebration celebrating the ground breaking at Seaside Mariana, a 923-acre community situated on the country’s Pacific Coast that will feature a 330-room Wyndham Hotel & Casino, Nicklaus Design Golf Course and a variety of residential options.
The tour includes visits to Nicaragua’s colonial towns, as well as guided exploration of some of the country’s renowned natural features, including its beaches, rain forests, lakes and volcanoes. Participants also will interact with specialists and experts who will provide information on the positive economic and tourism trends in Nicaragua, real estate investment in the country, and numerous other topics designed to provide a broad-based understanding of Nicaragua and its future. Among the speakers are Wyndham Hotels & Resorts,
NIcklaus Design, Minister of Tourism and ProNicaragua, the Nicaraguan Investment Promotion Agency.
We’re confident this event is an outstanding opportunity to gain a complete understanding of the beauty and
opportunity found in Nicaragua, and ways to benefit from a very promising future. For North Americans tired
of the cold weather, it’s also a wonderful chance to bask in warm sun and enjoy a beautiful tropical setting.
Nicaragua has drawn increasingly large numbers of purchasers from North America due to proximity, weather, prices and favorable living conditions.
Nicaragua continues to gain recognition as possessing a wealth of natural beauty and resources, combined with one of Central America’s fastest growing economies that is highlighted by increasing international investment and record tourism numbers—over one million people visited the country in 2011.
Noting this trend, well-regarded Kensington Tours, which offers travel in more than 80 countries, cited Nicaragua as an outstanding place to visit in 2011. The report stated, “For clients who enjoy tropical weather and exotic surroundings, Nicaragua may be the next best, if not more authentic, alternative to travel to Costa Rica.”
Nicaragua also was proclaimed as one of the “world’s top retirement havens for 2011” in a report by Kathleen Peddicord in U.S. News & World Report’s Money section. She cites the country’s very low cost of living, combined with realistic pricing for real estate, including beachfront property along the Pacific Ocean. Peddicord also noted that Nicaragua has established a new and improved foreign retiree residency program.
“As Ms. Peddicord points out, the availability of real estate and welcoming programs for retirees is making Nicaragua a top choice among people looking for a haven outside of North America.” Nicaragua also now is widely recognized as the safest country in Central America, as well as for its stable democratic government.
Grupo Mariana is building on these trends with a range of residential products on Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast. The organization’s centerpiece is Seaside Mariana, while Isla Mariana is an island eco-resort. Grupo Mariana also is committed to contributing a percentage of each real estate transaction in its projects back into the economic development of the surrounding area under its 5% for Futures program.
Nicaragua Air Travel Tips.
As of this writing, you can fly direct from the East Coast of the States (Miami) to Managua, on American Airlines three times daily or you can choose Delta Airlines from Atlanta over the dates of our November 28 – December 2 event for less than US$400. Another option you could choose would be Continental Airlines flying out of Houston, Texas for as low as US$500.
I look forward to sharing details of our long experience in this little country with such an abundance of upside. More than that, I look forward to the chance to meet you face-to-face and one-on-one. For me, this is one of the best parts of these live events.
This will be a high-energy, full-throttle five days. But we’ll do everything we can to make sure it’s also a whole lot of fun. We’re building in cocktail receptions, lunches, open-air parties, and other special events to give you as much opportunity as possible to mingle and mix with your fellow attendees and your Live and
Invest Overseas panel of experts.
You never know where these cocktail and poolside conversations might lead. Over the years, we’ve known readers who’ve met business partners…roommates…equity investors…language tutors…and, certainly, great friends at our conferences. We’ve even
known some conference introductions that have led to much more than friendship.
The deadline for registration is November 15, 2012 and there are only 40 spaces available, so you’ll need to act now so you don’t miss out. If you’re even remotely considering
investing in Nicaragua, this could be the most valuable week you will ever experience, and I strongly urge you to attend. Write to us at
firstname.lastname@example.org today to reserve your place for this weeklong escape and find out for yourself how easy and affordable it is to invest on the soon-to-be-famous Nicaragua.
This is a place that you must experience personally in order to truly understand what an extraordinary place this is and the opportunity offered through an investment in our project. Please don’t delay… this window of opportunity is closing fast.