Juan Name Meaning

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Fact: In the Philippines, Juan is often used to refer to the common man, similar to “John Doe” in English.

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A Deep Dive

Juan Overview

Meaning

God is gracious, gift from God

Gender

Boy

Origin

Spanish, Hebrew

Etymology

Derived from the Hebrew name “Yohanan,” meaning “God is gracious.”

Religion

Christianity

Pronunciation

/ʍɑːn/

Popularity

Juan is a widely popular name in Spanish-speaking countries and communities worldwide. Recently, Juan has consistently ranked within the top 150 names for boys in the USA.

Syllable

1 syllable

Length

4 letters

Numerology

1 (Pioneering, Independent, Leading)

Name Styles

Traditional, Exotic, Religious and Spiritual

Associated Traits

Strong, compassionate, intelligent

Spiritual, Religious, or Cultural Significance

Juan is the Spanish form of John, a significant name in Christianity, associated with several saints, including John the Baptist and John the Apostle.

Name Day

June 24th
A Deep Dive

Juan Variations in Different Cultures

Popular Variations

John, Giovanni, Jean, Ivan, Sean, Ioan, Hans, Jan, Jovan, Johan

Common Nicknames

Johnny, Juanito, Juancho, Juanín, Juany, Juanjo

Diminutives

Ju, J.J., Juju, Juani

Famous People

  • Juan Ponce de León
    (Spanish Explorer)
  • Juan Gris
    (Spanish Painter)
  • Juan Manuel Fangio
    (Argentine Race Car Driver)
  • Juan Gabriel
    (Mexican Singer)
  • Juan Carlos I
    (Former King of Spain)

Pop Culture Icons and Works

  • Juan
    ("Moonlight," Film)
  • "Don Juan"
    (Opera)
  • Juan Sánchez-Villalobos Ramírez
    ("Highlander," Film)
  • Juan Carlos
    ("The Cheetah Girls," TV Series)
  • "Juan of the Dead"
    (Film)
  • Juan Diego
    ("Our Lady of Guadalupe," TV Film)

Places

  • San Juan City
    (Puerto Rico, USA)
  • San Juan River
    (Colorado, USA)
  • San Juan Islands
    (Washington, USA)
  • San Juan Mountain Range
    (Colorado, USA)
  • San Juan Park
    (Metro Manila, Philippines)

What Is the Meaning of Juan?

Juan means “God is gracious.” Individuals with this name are often perceived as compassionate and generous, embodying a spirit of kindness and benevolence.

What Is the Origin of The Name Juan?

Juan has Spanish origins, deriving from the Hebrew name Yohanan. It became a common name in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries due to its religious significance and widespread use in Christian traditions.

Juan Name Popularity

Popularity Chart of the Name Juan in the U.S. over the Years

United States flagUnited States#1642021#1412022#1412023
Top 3 Rankings#461999#482000#501995

Annual Statistics Breakdown for Juan

YearName RankingNumber of BirthsBirth Rate (%)
2023141
No change from 2022
2526
(-146 from 2022)
0.13795
2022141
(+23 from 2021)
2672
(+315 from 2021)
0.14266
2021164
(-19 from 2020)
2357
(-165 from 2020)
0.12580
2020145
(-7 from 2019)
2522
(-181 from 2019)
0.13635
2019138
(+1 from 2018)
2703
(-140 from 2018)
0.14065
2018139
(-2 from 2017)
2843
(-153 from 2017)
0.14626
2017137
(-15 from 2016)
2996
(-351 from 2016)
0.15138
2016122
(-8 from 2015)
3347
(-177 from 2015)
0.16523
2015114
(-15 from 2014)
3524
(-379 from 2014)
0.17237
201499
(+1 from 2013)
3903
(+12 from 2013)
0.19046
2013100
(-8 from 2012)
3891
(-392 from 2012)
0.19256
201292
(-3 from 2011)
4283
(-399 from 2011)
0.21107
201189
(-13 from 2010)
4682
(-562 from 2010)
0.23048
201076
(-9 from 2009)
5244
(-1039 from 2009)
0.25526
200967
(-1 from 2008)
6283
(-750 from 2008)
0.29624
200866
(-3 from 2007)
7033
(-387 from 2007)
0.32255
200763
(-2 from 2006)
7420
(-520 from 2006)
0.33498
200661
(-6 from 2005)
7940
(-290 from 2005)
0.36217
200555
(-1 from 2004)
8230
(+100 from 2004)
0.38687
200454
(+1 from 2003)
8130
(+300 from 2003)
0.38470
200355
(-1 from 2002)
7830
(+11 from 2002)
0.37265
200254
(-1 from 2001)
7819
(+372 from 2001)
0.37834
200153
(-5 from 2000)
7447
(-264 from 2000)
0.36004
200048
(-2 from 1999)
7711
(-89 from 1999)
0.36924
199946
(+6 from 1998)
7800
(+438 from 1998)
0.38254
199852
(+2 from 1997)
7362
(+249 from 1997)
0.36308
199754
(-2 from 1996)
7113
(+103 from 1996)
0.35604
199652
(-2 from 1995)
7010
(+28 from 1995)
0.34985
199550
(+1 from 1994)
6982
(-225 from 1994)
0.34713
199451
(+4 from 1993)
7207
(+309 from 1993)
0.35357
199355
(+1 from 1992)
6898
(-55 from 1992)
0.33396
199256
(+4 from 1991)
6953
(+111 from 1991)
0.33123
199160
(+1 from 1990)
6842
(+100 from 1990)
0.32278
199061
(+2 from 1989)
6742
(+965 from 1989)
0.31329
198963
(+5 from 1988)
5777
(+605 from 1988)
0.27562
198868
(-2 from 1987)
5172
(+196 from 1987)
0.25831
198766
(-1 from 1986)
4976
(-100 from 1986)
0.25515
198665
No change from 1985
5076
(+226 from 1985)
0.26414
198565
(-1 from 1984)
4850
(+209 from 1984)
0.25203
198464
(-2 from 1983)
4641
(-253 from 1983)
0.24730
198362
(-1 from 1982)
4894
(-227 from 1982)
0.26261
198261
(-1 from 1981)
5121
(-378 from 1981)
0.27136
198160
(-1 from 1980)
5499
(+65 from 1980)
0.29527
198059
(+2 from 1979)
5434
(+492 from 1979)
0.29298
197961
(+1 from 1978)
4942
(+105 from 1978)
0.27589
197862
(+1 from 1977)
4837
(+276 from 1977)
0.28310
197763
(-5 from 1976)
4561
(-491 from 1976)
0.26683
197658
(+2 from 1975)
5052
(+358 from 1975)
0.30945
197560
(+4 from 1974)
4694
(+265 from 1974)
0.28932
197464
(+3 from 1973)
4429
(+342 from 1973)
0.27168
197367
(+6 from 1972)
4087
(+413 from 1972)
0.25328
197273
(+8 from 1971)
3674
(+29 from 1971)
0.21947
197181
(+14 from 1970)
3645
(+171 from 1970)
0.20051
197095
(+9 from 1969)
3474
(+449 from 1969)
0.18238
1969104
(+8 from 1968)
3025
(+402 from 1968)
0.16538
1968112
(+9 from 1967)
2623
(+148 from 1967)
0.14774
1967121
(+8 from 1966)
2475
(+90 from 1966)
0.13909
1966129
(+11 from 1965)
2385
(+188 from 1965)
0.13121
1965140
(+8 from 1964)
2197
(-29 from 1964)
0.11596
1964148
(-1 from 1963)
2226
(-26 from 1963)
0.10982
1963147
(+7 from 1962)
2252
(+106 from 1962)
0.10908
1962154
(+6 from 1961)
2146
(+95 from 1961)
0.10211
1961160
No change from 1960
2051
(-24 from 1960)
0.09509
1960160
(+4 from 1959)
2075
(+153 from 1959)
0.09583
1959164
(-2 from 1958)
1922
(-17 from 1958)
0.08872
1958162
(+3 from 1957)
1939
(+39 from 1957)
0.08998
1957165
(+4 from 1956)
1900
(+144 from 1956)
0.08680
1956169
(-8 from 1955)
1756
(-16 from 1955)
0.08182
1955161
(-8 from 1954)
1772
(-95 from 1954)
0.08477
1954153
(-4 from 1953)
1867
(-26 from 1953)
0.09023
1953149
(+1 from 1952)
1893
(+36 from 1952)
0.09455
1952150
(-6 from 1951)
1857
(+19 from 1951)
0.09411
1951144
(-11 from 1950)
1838
(-188 from 1950)
0.09615
1950133
(+12 from 1949)
2026
(+193 from 1949)
0.11139
1949145
(+19 from 1948)
1833
(+358 from 1948)
0.10172
1948164
(+8 from 1947)
1475
(+161 from 1947)
0.08274
1947172
No change from 1946
1314
(+185 from 1946)
0.07074
1946172
(-6 from 1945)
1129
(+117 from 1945)
0.06841
1945166
(+13 from 1944)
1012
(+110 from 1944)
0.07379
1944179
(+13 from 1943)
902
(+67 from 1943)
0.06493
1943192
(+17 from 1942)
835
(+117 from 1942)
0.05740
1942209
(-3 from 1941)
718
(+57 from 1941)
0.05098
1941206
(-10 from 1940)
661
(-16 from 1940)
0.05268
1940196
(+3 from 1939)
677
(+52 from 1939)
0.05707
1939199
(+2 from 1938)
625
(-14 from 1938)
0.05515
1938201
(+8 from 1937)
639
(+66 from 1937)
0.05623
1937209
(-2 from 1936)
573
(-6 from 1936)
0.05239
1936207
(-7 from 1935)
579
(-49 from 1935)
0.05440
1935200
(-4 from 1934)
628
(-8 from 1934)
0.05871
1934196
(-5 from 1933)
636
(+6 from 1933)
0.05989
1933191
(+5 from 1932)
630
(-22 from 1932)
0.06175
1932196
(-16 from 1931)
652
(-92 from 1931)
0.06068
1931180
(-16 from 1930)
744
(-163 from 1930)
0.06955
1930164
No change from 1929
907
(+32 from 1929)
0.08030
1929164
(+6 from 1928)
875
(+17 from 1928)
0.07900
1928170
(+21 from 1927)
858
(+99 from 1927)
0.07519
1927191
(+19 from 1926)
759
(+111 from 1926)
0.06532
1926210
(-17 from 1925)
648
(-71 from 1925)
0.05657
1925193
(-3 from 1924)
719
(-20 from 1924)
0.06244
1924190
(+15 from 1923)
739
(+94 from 1923)
0.06321
1923205
(+7 from 1922)
645
(+25 from 1922)
0.05697
1922212
(+22 from 1921)
620
(+49 from 1921)
0.05510
1921234
(-21 from 1920)
571
(-34 from 1920)
0.05018
1920213
(+17 from 1919)
605
(+81 from 1919)
0.05496
1919230
(+23 from 1918)
524
(+88 from 1918)
0.05161
1918253
(-2 from 1917)
436
(+29 from 1917)
0.04158
1917251
(+26 from 1916)
407
(+69 from 1916)
0.04243
1916277
(-18 from 1915)
338
(-10 from 1915)
0.03661
1915259
(-12 from 1914)
348
(+49 from 1914)
0.03950
1914247
(-7 from 1913)
299
(+56 from 1913)
0.04376
1913240
(-2 from 1912)
243
(+26 from 1912)
0.04531
1912238
(-36 from 1911)
217
(+66 from 1911)
0.04807
1911202
(-19 from 1910)
151
(+1 from 1910)
0.06255
1910183
No change from 1909
150
(+27 from 1909)
0.07194
1909183
(+17 from 1908)
123
(+22 from 1908)
0.06955
1908200
(-21 from 1907)
101
(-20 from 1907)
0.06071
1907179
(+21 from 1906)
121
(+33 from 1906)
0.07630
1906200
(-10 from 1905)
88
(-5 from 1905)
0.06108
1905190
(+12 from 1904)
93
(+12 from 1904)
0.06493
1904202
(+4 from 1903)
81
(+6 from 1903)
0.05848
1903206
(+11 from 1902)
75
(+7 from 1902)
0.05799
1902217
(-30 from 1901)
68
(-10 from 1901)
0.05122
1901187
(+28 from 1900)
78
(-6 from 1900)
0.06748
1900215
(+1 from 1899)
84
(+24 from 1899)
0.05181
1899216
(+23 from 1898)
60
(+7 from 1898)
0.05209
1898239
(-1 from 1897)
53
No change from 1897
0.04012
1897238
(-14 from 1896)
53
(-10 from 1896)
0.04346
1896224
(-1 from 1895)
63
(+2 from 1895)
0.04881
1895223
(+17 from 1894)
61
(+11 from 1894)
0.04817
1894240
(+1 from 1893)
50
(-1 from 1893)
0.04003
1893241
(-2 from 1892)
51
(-4 from 1892)
0.04213
1892239
(+6 from 1891)
55
(+13 from 1891)
0.04184
1891245
(-9 from 1890)
42
(-8 from 1890)
0.03844
1890236
(-28 from 1889)
50
(-11 from 1889)
0.04177
1889208
(+26 from 1888)
61
(+5 from 1888)
0.05125
1888234
(-31 from 1887)
56
(-1 from 1887)
0.04311
1887203
(-9 from 1886)
57
(-12 from 1886)
0.05214
1886194
(+26 from 1885)
69
(+15 from 1885)
0.05796
1885220
(+1 from 1884)
54
(-2 from 1884)
0.04657
1884221
(-6 from 1883)
56
(+6 from 1883)
0.04563
1883215
(+58 from 1882)
50
(+11 from 1882)
0.04445
1882273
(-49 from 1881)
39
(-6 from 1881)
0.03196
1881224
(+46 from 1880)
45
(+6 from 1880)
0.04156
1880270
First SSA data recorded
39
First SSA data recorded
0.03294

American States Popularity Rankings for Juan

(From the Most to Least Popular, Based on Number of Births )

Texas (TX)

Texas (TX) flagTexas (TX)#482021#402022#582023

California (CA)

California (CA) flagCalifornia (CA)#902021#832022#902023

New York (NY)

New York (NY) flagNew York (NY)#2642021#2892022#2222023

Illinois (IL)

Illinois (IL) flagIllinois (IL)#2172021#1562022#1532023

Florida (FL)

Florida (FL) flagFlorida (FL)#1372021#972022#1182023

Arizona (AZ)

Arizona (AZ) flagArizona (AZ)#1242021#712022#812023

New Jersey (NJ)

New Jersey (NJ) flagNew Jersey (NJ)#3052021#1662022#1962023

New Mexico (NM)

New Mexico (NM) flagNew Mexico (NM)#952021#1072022#1022023

Colorado (CO)

Colorado (CO) flagColorado (CO)#1532021#1482022#1632023

Georgia (GA)

Georgia (GA) flagGeorgia (GA)#1732021#1522022#1432023

Washington (WA)

Washington (WA) flagWashington (WA)#2142021#1662022#1702023

North Carolina (NC)

North Carolina (NC) flagNorth Carolina (NC)#2472021#1642022#1612023

Michigan (MI)

Michigan (MI) flagMichigan (MI)#5632021#5072022#3692023

Pennsylvania (PA)

Pennsylvania (PA) flagPennsylvania (PA)#4122021#4522022#3892023

Ohio (OH)

Ohio (OH) flagOhio (OH)#5182021#3612022#3442023

Massachusetts (MA)

Massachusetts (MA) flagMassachusetts (MA)#2872021#3712022#3002023

Oregon (OR)

Oregon (OR) flagOregon (OR)#2102021#1312022#1982023

Indiana (IN)

Indiana (IN) flagIndiana (IN)#2392021#2522022#1882023

Nevada (NV)

Nevada (NV) flagNevada (NV)#1352021#1942022#942023

Virginia (VA)

Virginia (VA) flagVirginia (VA)#2722021#2262022#2992023

Oklahoma (OK)

Oklahoma (OK) flagOklahoma (OK)#1592021#1422022#2072023

Connecticut (CT)

Connecticut (CT) flagConnecticut (CT)#2322021#3402022#2422023

Wisconsin (WI)

Wisconsin (WI) flagWisconsin (WI)#3362021#2652022#2932023

Tennessee (TN)

Tennessee (TN) flagTennessee (TN)#2062021#1722022#1582023

Kansas (KS)

Kansas (KS) flagKansas (KS)#1832021#1812022#1232023

Alabama (AL)

Alabama (AL) flagAlabama (AL)#1712021#1182022#1522023

Maryland (MD)

Maryland (MD) flagMaryland (MD)#2412021#2582022#2542023

Louisiana (LA)

Louisiana (LA) flagLouisiana (LA)#4392021#4332022#2782023

Utah (UT)

Utah (UT) flagUtah (UT)#2662021#2352022#2072023

Missouri (MO)

Missouri (MO) flagMissouri (MO)#4312021#3432022#4402023

Idaho (ID)

Idaho (ID) flagIdaho (ID)#2392021#1612022#2372023

South Carolina (SC)

South Carolina (SC) flagSouth Carolina (SC)#2522021#2972022#1862023

Minnesota (MN)

Minnesota (MN) flagMinnesota (MN)#3902021#3472022#3182023

Arkansas (AR)

Arkansas (AR) flagArkansas (AR)#2472021#3472022#2442023

Nebraska (NE)

Nebraska (NE) flagNebraska (NE)#1232021#1212022#1422023

District of Columbia (DC)

District of Columbia (DC) flagDistrict of Columbia (DC)#2462019#2272022#2142023

Iowa (IA)

Iowa (IA) flagIowa (IA)#2002021#2572022#2402023

Kentucky (KY)

Kentucky (KY) flagKentucky (KY)#3382021#3632022#3512023

Mississippi (MS)

Mississippi (MS) flagMississippi (MS)#2712021#2802022#2412023

Rhode Island (RI)

Rhode Island (RI) flagRhode Island (RI)#2082017#1802019#1872023

Delaware (DE)

Delaware (DE) flagDelaware (DE)#982016#2162018#1532019

Hawaii (HI)

Hawaii (HI) flagHawaii (HI)#1752002#1822008#2952015

Wyoming (WY)

Wyoming (WY) flagWyoming (WY)#1582010#1212015#1332017

North Dakota (ND)

North Dakota (ND) flagNorth Dakota (ND)#1802003#1912006#2312018

New Hampshire (NH)

New Hampshire (NH) flagNew Hampshire (NH)#1921993#1792000#2102001

Alaska (AK)

Alaska (AK) flagAlaska (AK)#1821987#1902000#2262008

South Dakota (SD)

South Dakota (SD) flagSouth Dakota (SD)#2051999#1882002#1742011

West Virginia (WV)

West Virginia (WV) flagWest Virginia (WV)#2601967#2762005

Popularity Rankings for Juan in other Countries and American Territories

(From the Most to Least Popular, Based on Rankings)

Popularity in Argentina

Argentina flagArgentina#52020#82021#12023

Popularity in Uruguay

Uruguay flagUruguay#12021#12022#12023

Popularity in Chile

Chile flagChile#272019#302020#272021

Popularity in Spain

Spain flagSpain#312020#332021#322022

Popularity in Galicia, Spain

Galicia, Spain flagGalicia, Spain#392012#452013#422014

Popularity in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico flagPuerto Rico#632021#472022#722023

Popularity in Mexico

Mexico flagMexico#652020#562021

Popularity in Other American Territories

American Samoa flag American Samoa
Guam flag Guam
Northern Mariana Islands flag Northern Mariana Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands flag U.S. Virgin Islands

Other American Territories flagOther American Territories#592003#762007#592016

Popularity in Basque Country, Spain

Basque Country, Spain flagBasque Country, Spain#972015#962018#832019

Popularity in France

France flagFrance#1511972#1881973#2001974

Popularity in Scotland

Scotland flagScotland#3151982#3691983#4191988

Popularity in Poland

Poland flagPoland#5642018#3702020#4462023

Popularity in New Zealand

New Zealand flagNew Zealand#3832006#4712018#4652019

Popularity in Germany

Germany flagGermany#4292008#4432009#3942010

Popularity in Norway

Norway flagNorway#5152014#4492015#5112016

Popularity in Switzerland

Switzerland flagSwitzerland#7532019#9152020#5502021

Popularity in Canada

Canada flagCanada#7762020#6072021#9342022

Popularity in Ireland

Ireland flagIreland#6992015#7492018#7702023

Popularity in Quebec, Canada

Quebec, Canada flagQuebec, Canada#7882011#9032012#8832014

Popularity in England and Wales

England and Wales flagEngland and Wales#9582011#9592014#9502015

Source: Social Security Administration (SSA) and Other National Sources

Is Juan a Name for Boys or Girls?

Juan is typically used for boys. Its deep roots in Spanish heritage and frequent use in historical and religious contexts make it a preferred name for male children.

Variants, Nicknames, Diminutives, and Ideal Middle Names for Juan

Juan in Famous People Names, Pop Culture, and Places

  • Juan Ponce de León (Explorer, 1474–1521): A Spanish explorer known for searching for the Fountain of Youth and discovering Florida.
  • Juan Gris (Painter, 1887–1927): A Spanish painter and sculptor who was one of the leading figures of the Cubist movement.
  • Juan Manuel Fangio (Race Car Driver, 1911–1995): An Argentine racing driver who dominated the first decade of Formula One racing.
  • Juan Gabriel (Singer, 1950–2016): A Mexican singer and songwriter known for his flamboyant style and numerous hits.
  • Juan Carlos I (King of Spain, born 1938): The former King of Spain who played a key role in transitioning the country to democracy after Franco's dictatorship.
  • Juan Martín del Potro (Tennis Player, born 1988): An Argentine professional tennis player who won the US Open in 2009.
  • Juan Mata (Footballer, born 1988): A Spanish footballer known for his skillful play and contributions to Manchester United and the Spanish national team.
  • Juan Manuel Santos (Politician, born 1951): A Colombian politician who served as President of Colombia and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2016.
  • Juan Rulfo (Writer, 1917–1986): A Mexican writer famous for his book "Pedro Páramo," which is a landmark in Latin American literature.
  • Juanes (Singer, born 1972): A Colombian singer-songwriter and musician who has won multiple Grammy Awards and is known for his hit songs in the Latin pop and rock genres.
  • Juan ("Moonlight," 2016 Film): A compassionate drug dealer who becomes a father figure to a young boy named Chiron.
  • "Don Juan" (1844 Opera by Mozart): An opera that tells the story of the legendary seducer Don Juan and his numerous romantic escapades.
  • Juan Sánchez-Villalobos Ramírez ("Highlander," 1986 Film): A mentor to the protagonist, Connor MacLeod, teaching him the ways of the immortals.
  • Juan Carlos ("The Cheetah Girls," 2003 TV Series): A charming and talented dancer who helps the Cheetah Girls during their time in Barcelona.
  • "Juan of the Dead" (2011 Film): A Cuban horror-comedy about a group of friends who become zombie hunters during an outbreak.
  • Juan Diego ("Our Lady of Guadalupe," 2002 TV Film): The story of a humble indigenous man who experiences visions of the Virgin Mary.
  • "San Juan" (1973 Song by Los Hermanos Rigual): A romantic Latin song that became a hit in the Spanish-speaking world.
  • Juan Pablo Montoya ("Speed Racer," 2008 Film): A skilled and daring race car driver competing in the World Racing League.
  • Juan Antonio ("Vicky Cristina Barcelona," 2008 Film): A charismatic artist who becomes romantically involved with two American tourists.
  • Juan Rico ("Starship Troopers," 1959 Novel by Robert A. Heinlein): A soldier in a futuristic military force fighting against alien bugs.
  • San Juan City (Puerto Rico, USA): The capital and largest city of Puerto Rico, known for its historic colonial architecture and vibrant culture.
  • San Juan River (Colorado, USA): A river in the southwestern United States, known for its scenic beauty and recreational opportunities.
  • San Juan Islands (Washington, USA): An archipelago in the Pacific Northwest, famous for its whale watching and outdoor activities.
  • San Juan Mountain Range (Colorado, USA): A mountain range in the Rocky Mountains, known for its stunning landscapes and hiking trails.
  • San Juan Park (Metro Manila, Philippines): A public park in San Juan City, known for its green spaces and historical significance.
  • San Juan Valley (California, USA): A valley in the Central Coast region, known for its agriculture and picturesque views.
  • San Juan Bautista City (California, USA): A city in San Benito County, known for its historic Spanish mission and charming downtown.
  • San Juan de los Morros City (Guárico, Venezuela): The capital city of Guárico state, known for its hot springs and colonial history.
  • San Juan Forest (Colorado, USA): A national forest known for its diverse ecosystems and recreational opportunities.
  • San Juan del Sur Town (Rivas, Nicaragua): A coastal town known for its beautiful beaches and vibrant surf culture.

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