Most travelers took the sea route, preferring to Nicaragua on Panama, therefore, the ease with which it offered, the dazzling visual spectacle of the Nicaraguan jungle, made it the most enjoyable. This encouraged investors to partner with American tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1849 created The American Atlantic & Pacific Ship Canal Company, later known as The Accessory Transit Company. San Juan del Norte was the terminal for ships from the Atlantic and San Juan del Sur the Pacific. Our journey through this passage of dreamers take us from the cold blue waters of San Juan del Sur to the Caribbean graceful, powerful and sound tracing the Rio San Juan to San Juan del Norte. During the voyage who knows the history of their dreams not only transformed the wild California landscape in the beautiful and prosperous state of today but also left an indelible mark on his stay in Nicaragua.