What To Expect
Explore the Old City, get to know the Islands of Lake Nicaragua and go on a coffee tour.
Founded in 1524, Granada enjoys the distinction of being the oldest colonial city in the Americas that still remains in the same place of its foundation. Situated on the edge of Lake Nicaragua and in the shadow of Mombacho volcano, Granada is a romantic city of colorful colonial homes and neoclassical and baroque churches.
Walk by Lake Nicaragua or Lake Cocibolca for the cool breeze and views. Just off Granada, in the lake, are Las Isletas, made up of more than 350 islands created when the Mombacho volcano exploded 20,000 years ago. This is a beautiful excursion in a setting of tiny tropical islands richly covered in vegetation and many with private houses. In addition to the interesting flora and fauna of Las Isletas, you will also find one island with the remains of a fort, El Fuerte San Pablo, built in 1748. On the shore of the lake, we have the imposing Mombacho Volcano, with its thick cloud forest, cool climate, well-marked trails, biological station and wonderful views of Granada and Las Isletas.
The ambiance found in Granada will transport you to the colonial days making your stay in this beautiful city a unique experience.
Roundtrip airport transfer
Breakfast for 3 days
Excursions to Granada and the Islands of Lake Nicaragua
Meals and drinks aside from breakfast
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
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