Wawa River (Nicaragua)

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This article is about the river in Nicaragua. For other uses, see Wawa River.

The Wawa River (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈwawa], also known as Rio Wawa or Rio Hauhau) is a river located in the North Atlantic Autonomous Region of Nicaragua that drains to the Caribbean Sea. It flows southeast through northeast Nicaragua to the Mosquito Coast (or Miskito Coast) region. The river joins Laguna de Karata, south of Puerto Cabezas, before exiting to the Caribbean Sea.[1]

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  1. ^ "Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua". Google Maps. Retrieved on 2012-08-15.

Coordinates: 14°13′38″N 83°34′43″W / 14.22722°N 83.57861°W / 14.22722; -83.57861