Once you get across the border from Costa Rica into Nicaragua, an amazing view of the great Maderas and Concepcion Volcanoes will grace your eyes the volcanoes are located in one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world, Lake Nicaragua. Granada located on the lake (considered Central America s oldest European founded city). In 1524 and It was named after the city of Granada, Spain. While in Granada you will be taken by horses carriage through this city that is full of colonial churches narrow streets and large homes with beautiful indoor patios tiled roofs and pretty colonial colors to the lake front. Where you will be pick up by boats and shown the remarkable islands of the lakes formed by the eruption of the Mombacho Volcano.
After that you will visit Masaya Volcano (one of Nicaragua’s most active volcanoes) considered the first national park in the country and the only volcano In the western hemisphere where you are able to drive to the top of the craterthen after we eat a delicious lunch from Nicaragua . Next stop is Masaya well known as the Birthplace of Nicaraguan Folklore and the heart of its local handcrafts its main market is located next to the central bus station and is divided Into sections where you can find the finest products such as hand woven hammocks embroidered blouses and wood carvings.
Returning back to your hotel you are going to do a sunset stop at outlook point of a view of Managua Lake, Granada Lake.
Estimated time the tour : (Full Day ) .We start at 5:00 a.m and back around 7:00 p.m to your hotel .
Includes: transportation A/C, bilingual guide, couple drink per person ,immigration taxes,granada city tour , horse carriage, entrance to the volcano maderas,shopping in masaya market, light breakfast and lunch.
What to bring for this tour : Passport, comfortable shoes,light clothing, Insect repellent,sun cream lotion, hat or cap if you like , binoculars and camera and money for shopping .Remarks: This tour requires a minimum of 2 people to operate and we travel every days to Nicaragua .
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