Travel to Nicaragua and explore cloudforest, artisans markets, and old colonial cities! Nicaragua is a destination of amazing handicrafts as well biodiversity and wildlife. Boasting the avenue of volcanoes, the country houses a chain of 12 volcanoes and the western hemisphere's largest fresh water lake, offering awe-inspiring landscapes. These Nicarauga tours explore old colonial cities from the countries' conquistador past, includes visits to cathedrals and old museums from the Spanish era, and opportunities for adventure and time on the coast. Your Nicaragua travel experience will illuminate the dynamic culture, recent history, and landscape of the bottleneck of Central America. Call us to help create your perfect Nicaragua tour.
Granada is a charming colonial town on the shores of Lake Nicaragua. Stroll through the streets enjoying cafe's and bars, or the more adventurous can paddle a kayak around the 365 islets just outside town.
Mombacho Volcano dominates the horizon of nearby Granada, and after a short drive, you'll leave the plains bordering Lake Nicaragua and drive up the slopes of the imposing Mombacho cloaked in coffee plantations and dense rainforest and cloud forest. Listen for howler monkeys as you hike through the jungle.
Ometepe Island is literally two nearly-twin volcanoes that rise out of the depths of Lake Nicaragua to form a tropical paradise that we explore on foot and bike.
San Juan del Sur is the quintessential laid-back beach town on the Pacific coast, and it may just be the perfect way to top-off the last couple of days of your trip to Nicaragua.