Glory Days of Granada
The oldest city in the New World, Granada is striking with it’s colourful colonial buildings and diverse culture. Upon arrival in Managua you’ll be transferred directly to your hotel in Granada, a journey of about an hour. You’ll stay in a comfortable colonial-style hotel with its own swimming pool and go on a walk with a local guide through the city.
The Colonial Charm of Léon
Leon has a rich colonial history with 12 cathedrals and churches. During your stay you’ll take a unique half day tour learning to create traditional Nicaraguan art. Watch a local artist demonstrate the age-old techniques of creating typical Nicaraguan handicrafts; then try them out yourself. You’ll stay in a hotel that once served as a monastery located right in the centre.
Discover Ometepe Island
Ometepe Island lies in the second largest freshwater lake in Latin America. There’s nothing planned for you during your stay so you can decide how to spend your time. Relax on the beach, try some hiking up one of the volcanoes, or jump on a bike and discover the island. You’ll stay in the centre of Ometepe between the two volcanoes. From your hammock, you can enjoy the sounds of wind, water and birds.
The Mighty Volcano
Managua may not be the prettiest of cities, but it’s worth stopping a while to appreciate the fading colonial buildings and take in the impressive site of Masaya Volcano. Along the way try to catch a glimpse of the green Parakeets and bats before peering into the crater mouth.
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If you choose to travel In Style, you’ll be upgraded at various destinations throughout this Nicaragua itinerary. In Granada you’ll stay in a rather grand colonial hotel right in front of Parque Colón. On Ometepe Island you’ll stay at an authentic Nicaraguan-style Hacienda on Santo Domingo Beach. Finally, in Managua, you’ll be treated to a colonial-style hotel with a peaceful courtyard.
Prices from: £ 1,338 - per person - In Style option