We offer many Cultural and Outdoor Activities to make your visit to Nicaragua fun and exciting. Please email us at to ask and make your reservations.

Mombacho tour

The Mombacho Volcano is one of the most famous volcanoes in Nicaragua due to several factors: its location just 10 km from the Granada city, its access infrastructure and, above all things, the mystical cloud forest that occupies much of its sides and top.

The ride uphill only is an adventure by itself. Whether it’s your own car or the truck you’re using, the incredible steepness of the volcano guarantees a spectacular ride. You will see coffee plantations and later on the cloud forest next to the single lane road. The views are also spectacular from here.

Tour nature reserve Chocoyero

The Chocoyero Natural Reserve is a great place for hiking and nature watching. This reserve is located less than 30 kilometers away from Managua. The last seven kilometers are mostly unpaved and cross pineapple, coffee, and banana plantations. This will slow you down but the road never bores and the views are magnificent. Old, volcanic ridges surround the reserve, and there is nature all around.

The nature within El Chocoyero Reserve also has a lot to offer. There are several trails that take you to different types of forest and vegetation. With an abundance of water Chocoyero is always green and wildlife flourishes. Two types of monkeys inhabit the park: howler and white-face monkeys.

Tour Laguna de Apoyo

In the center of the Nicaraguan Pacific coast, in the middle of the long volcanic chain which runs through the country from north to south, there is a wide and extended crater in a form of an inverted cone, and in the center of it there is one of the most beautiful lagoons in Nicaragua: the Apoyo Lagoon. Even though it is located close to the populous cities of Granada and Masaya and other small villages, the lagoon and the leafy forest, which covers the slopes of the crater, have conserved still an important natural shape and a huge attraction.

The natural beauty of the place, the abundant flora and fauna, the calm and clean water of the lagoon and the green slopes of the crater make Apoyo an incredible destination for national and foreign visitors, offering an interesting variety of activities. This gorgeous destination is frequented by thousands of visitors each year, even though the infrastructure is still developing. Apoyo has definitely an immense potential for eco-tourism, which could develop more than expected.

Managua City tour

Besides its capital city, which is the administrative center of the country, the department of Managua has many attractions. Its territory has coasts on the Pacific Ocean and also goes through the ‘Sierras de Managua’ (low mountains) and continues on the wide plains that surround most of Lake Xolotlan (also known as Lake Managua).

Managua measures 3,465.10 Km². Its tropical savannah climate gives the area mostly warm temperatures throughout the year. The only exception to this characteristic is the area of the ‘Sierras de Managua’. About a 91.1% of its population live in the many cities and towns of its territory, although there is a large rural productive area. Managua has nine municipalities with a lot of destinations to visit.

Masaya city tour

Masaya volcano – Masaya craft market

The Masaya Volcano National Park comprises an area of 54 km² and includes two volcanoes and five craters. The volcanoes have erupted several times in history, and were feared by both the indigenous people and the Spanish conquerors. The Spanish baptized the active volcano “La Boca del Infierno” or “The Mouth of Hell”. They planted a cross, “La Cruz de Bobadilla” (named after Father Francisco Bobadilla), on the crater lip in the 16th century in order to exorcise the Devil.

The crafts market in Masaya is a nice place to get your Nicaraguan souvenirs. A friendly setting and lots of small stands with souvenirs that are not very different but that do offer enough variety to find something for everybody back home.

Pueblos Blancos tour

In the areas around Granada and Masaya there are the “Pueblos Blancos” or White Towns – Nindiri, San Juan de Oriente, San Marcos, Niquinohomo, Masatepe, Catarina, Diria and Diriomo – small pueblos known all over the country as representing all things Nicaraguan with strong pre-Columbian roots and traditions. They are so named due to the traditional whitewash used on the houses, carburo, which is made from water, lime and salt. Each town has its own fiestas and artisan traditions including hammocks, furniture, ceramic, stone carvings, leather work, ornamental plants and more.

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