A lot of people ask us about the rainy season, especially since it’s going on right now (May-Oct). To many North Americans and Europeans, when they hear rain, they think their whole day of vacation might be ruined. Fortunately that’s rarely true here in Granada, Nicaragua. Usually when the forecast calls for rain, the rain comes in the afternoon for one or two hours at most. And boy does it rain like something few foreigners have seen before! The skies open and rain pours down,

it gushes off the roof into the deep gutters throughout the interior gardens and gurgles directly out the drains into the street. But don’t worry! The local architecture, highlighted at Mansion de Chocolate, is perfect for staying dry while enjoying the view of the rain. Wait it out here and have a cup of coffee at ChocoMuseo or even take the 2 hour chocolate class!

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