The North Caribbean is Bonanza and its gold mines, it is Prinzapolka with its dazzling landscapes, it is Siuna and its cattle farms, it is Rosita with its original culture, it is Puerto Cabezas and its Miskito history, it is Waslala with its new future, Waspam with its pine forests and nascent Mulukukú with hope in its hard-working and hospitable people.
This vast territory of about 33,000 kms2, approximately, it is formed by an extensive humid plain and a large part of the jungle, crossed by wide and mighty rivers such as the Rio Coco, Wawa, Kukalaya, Prinzapolka and the Rio Grande de Matagalpa.
This region offers, in addition to its potential tourist attractions, wide possibilities in the development and rational use of varied natural resources such as gold mines, crustacean fishing and other options related to the use of its rivers and coastlines for active trade with the rest of the country and the whole world.
Artisanal extraction of gold.
The folklore is unique in this Caribbean zone, the traditional king pulanka, the sihkru tara and the sauda are three patrimonial manifestations of the Miskitos and Mayangnas that constitute the heritage of their ancestors.
Its main population is Puerto Cabezas, located on the shores of the Caribbean Sea, followed by Waspam, on the banks of the Coco River in the middle of the Miskito territory, it is communicated by a spacious road that crosses the great pine savannah, its famous Mining Triangle, are nearby towns, with the memory of its rich gold deposits, today only Bonanza takes advantage of it at an exportable business level.
This is the north, with a stunning nature, with its hardworking people, its living ancestral traditions, always hoping for a better future.