After decades of political instability left the people of Nicaragua to suffer with homelessness and poverty, the government turned to the tourism industry as a last effort to generate much-needed revenue, which had initially promised economic results. This essay will argue that the tourism industry was developed unsustainably for local populations and explain how the government's push for a tourism industry focused only on the needs of the tourists visiting their country rather than the needs of the locals participating in the tourism industry.
DeVane, Julia, "Turismo en Nicaragua: los éxitos y fracasos de la última esperanza de un gobierno" (2022). World Languages and Cultures Senior Capstones. 1.