What To Expect
Founded in 1524, Granada enjoys the distinction of being the oldest colonial city in the Americas. Granada is a romantic city of colourful colonial homes and neoclassical and baroque churches. You can wander around the store buildings around Central Park, including the Palacio de Cultura, on the west side. At the north east portion of the plaza, you will see a stone portico with lions - the only surviving part of the original building burnt by the USA filibuster called William Walker. Today it is a cultural spot known as Casa de los Tres Mundos. You can also visit the oldest church in Central America, the San Francisco church and Convent, which was founded in 1529 and houses the archaeological treasures from Zapatera Island in a primitive art exhibit, and has many historical objects on display. Walk by Lake Nicaragua to feel the cool breeze and see the spectacular view. 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. 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 of forest, cool climate, well- marked trails, biological station and wonderful views of Granada and Las Isletas.
Excursion in Granada Colonial with a boat ride on Lake Nicaragua
Excursion to the Masaya Volcano National Park and craft market
Managua City Explorer
Lunch during excursions
Transportation with A/C
Meals and drinks not in description
Tips and gratuities
This tour requires at least 2 passengers and is subject to cancellation if this minimum is not met. In the unlikely event of such a cancellation, a refund will be provided or an alternative will be offered.
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