Know About Us

The Nicaraguan Chamber of Tobacco

§ The Nicaraguan Chamber of Tobacco is an organization established in 2008 that represents the interests of the most important tobacco growers and cigar makers in Nicaragua. It is constituted by 27 companies that together represent 95% of all the national production of tobacco and cigars. Our objective is to promote the image of Nicaraguan grown tobacco and Nicaraguan made cigars, while defending the interests of our consumers, our companies and our workers.

What is included in the festival ?

Your participation fee for the festival includes all these benefits plus an unforgettable and unique experience

Lodging (Hotels) for 5 nights 
Meals Tuesday to Saturday
Transportation from 22th to 27th January 2018
Access to all events

Unique gift pack: official Guayabera,Tshirt, cigars box and souvenirs
All you can smoke cigars

What to bring ?

You can find almost anything here in Nicaragua, but we recommend you bring the basics

Medicine for chronic disease
Comfortable shoes to walk
Comfortable clothing (Day)
Elegant clothing (last night event).

About Nicaragua

Language

The official lenguage is Spanish. Creole English predominates in the Caribbean coast of the Republic, as well as Mikito and other Native American dialect

Weather

The temperatures vary between 27º C an 32º C (81 F and 90 F) during the rainnig season (locally called Winter) and between 30º C and 35º C (86 F and 95 F) during the dry season (locally called Summer) Summer extends, normally during November until April and the winter between the moths of May and October.

Ubication

Located in the heart of America , Nicaragua’s border with North Honduras , South with Costa Rica , on the east by the Caribbean Sea and west with the Pacific Ocean . It covers an area of 130.668 km2. It covers an area of 130.368 km2. Nicaragua is largest country in Central America.

Population

Approximately 5, 500,000 people live in this country. The most representanve ethnic race is Mestizo (59%); foflowed by preserved European descendants (17%), Africans (9%), Indian—Amencan (5%). The predominant religion is Catholic with 95% of the parishioners.

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