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$588.45 Small group tours

5-Day Best of Nicaragua Tour: Managua, León and Granada

Explore western Nicaragua’s popular destinations on a 5-day tour of Managua, León and Granada. Visit some of the country’s most famous sites, including Managua’s National Palace of Culture, the World Heritage-listed Ruins of León Viejo, Leon’s Rubén Darío Museum, Masaya Volcano National Park and the Cathedral of Granada. Plus, enjoy a boat ride on Lake Nicaragua (also known as Lake Cocibolca) and hear all about the history of Nicaragua while you tour each city with your bilingual guide. With four nights of accommodation at 3.5-star or 4-star hotels, transportation between all sites, breakfast and entrance fees all included, this is the perfect way to see Nicaragua’s top attractions with a knowledgeable guide!

$1020 Small group tours

8-Day Discovering Nicaragua

If you want to discover some of the amazing places that Nicaragua has to offer, join this private tour which is made for you!

$1750 Small group tours

14-Day Nicaragua from North to South

This private tour is perfect for who wants to have a general idea of Nicaragua in two weeks, visiting different areas of this land and getting in touch with several ecosystems, peoples and towns.

$1750 Small group tours

15-Day Hiking Nicaraguan Volcanoes

If you love nature and adventure, this private tour is made for you!

$1450 Small group tours

Scuba Diving for Beginners in Little Corn Island

Do you want to learn diving in the clear Caribbean sea by the hand of an expert diver? Don't miss this 7-day tour.

$316.50 Small group tours

2-Day Trip to Ometepe

The Island of Ometepe, which lies on Lake Nicaragua, called a “freshwater sea” by the first Spanish conquistadors, is one of largest islands in the world. The name Ometepe, which derives from the nahault word “Ometepelt” (“two hills”), refers to the two imposing volcanoes that overlook the island, one active and the other dormant: Concepcion (1610 meters) and Maderas (1,394 meters).