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Chiltepe Peninsula Natural Reserve (Spanish: Reserva Natural Península de Chiltepe) is a nature reserve in Nicaragua. It is one of the 78 reserves which are officially under protection in the country. Located on the South shore of Lake Managua, it is 15 kilometers Northwest of Managua, the capital, and consequently a popular destination for visitors from the city.

Chocoyero-El Brujo Natural Reserve (Spanish: Reserva Natural El Chocoyero-El Brujo) is located in the municipality of Ticuantepe in the Managua department of Nicaragua. Chocoyero-El Brujo is one of 78 protected areas in Nicaragua, and at just 455 acres (1.8 km2) this tropical forest is one of the smallest in size. Chocoyero-El Brujo was declared a natural reserve in 1993 is managed by the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources (MARENA).

One of a few privately owned nature reserves in Nicaragua, the Montibelli Nature Reserve is well known as being one of the best places to go for great bird watching. It is located just 30 minutes from Managua and covers a large section of the Pacific basin, so there is plenty of tropical dry forest to explore.

The Private Wildlife Reserve Quelantaro is located in Villa El Carmen, about 46 kilometers from the capital. Its main reason lies in promoting sustainable rural tourism development to improve the quality of life of the communities, emphasizing the empowerment of women and promoting the active participation of children, adolescents and young people.

The Tisey Estanzuela Natural Reserve is located in the north of the country, divided between the municipalities of San Nicolás, Estelí and El Sauce.The mountain rainforest with its plentiful flora and fauna, plus the everyday peasant life and cultural represented on handicrafts, food and more, make up the set of attractions of Tisey Natural Reserve – The Estanzuela, which has an area of ​​9,344 hectares of land (more than 13 thousand acres, or 93 square miles).