Nicaragua


Nicaragua embraces travelers with its diverse offerings of colonial architecture, sensational beaches, idyllic islands, wave-battered pacific beaches and awe Inspiring volcanic landscapes.

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Granada

Nicaragua's oldest town is also its most charming and photogenic. We use this city as the base of your adventure. You’ll spend two days walking along the gorgeous cobblestone roads that take you from one inspiring church to the next. You’ll then venture out into the countryside for trips to nearby attractions.

Highlights

Instagrammable, picturesque town

Cobblestone roads

A plethora of churches

León

A city buzzing with energy and a unique beauty, León is what Managua should be—stunning streetscapes, cosmopolitan eateries, fiery intellectualism, and an all-week-long, walk- everywhere, always-happening nightlife. Travelers fall in love with Granada, but they leave their hearts in León.

Highlights

History dating back over 450 years

Fully walkable city

Food and nightlife


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Isla de Ometepe

Ometepe never fails to impress. The twin volcanic peaks rising up out of Lago de Nicaragua have captured the imagination of everyone, from precolonial Aztecs to Mark Twain. Not many travelers make it out here, but we like to spend two nights really taking in the natural beauty that is in abundant supply here.

Highlights

Nature trails and coffee

Natural springs for swimming

Wide beaches and archaeological sites

San Juan Del Sur

Highlights

Beautiful pristine beaches

World-class surfing enclaves 

Food, culture, and beach hopping


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