• Lieu : Managua, Nicaragua
  • Durée : 5 jours (environ)
à partir de USD 588,45

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Explore western Nicaragua’s popular destinations on a 5-day tour of Managua, León and Granada. Visit some of the country’s most famous sites, including Managua’s National Palace of Culture, the World Heritage-listed Ruins of León Viejo, Leon’s Rubén Darío Museum, Masaya Volcano National Park and the Cathedral of Granada. Plus, enjoy a boat ride on Lake Nicaragua (also known as Lake Cocibolca) and hear all about the history of Nicaragua while you tour each city with your bilingual guide. With four nights of accommodation at 3.5-star or 4-star hotels, transportation between all sites, breakfast and entrance fees all included, this is the perfect way to see Nicaragua’s top attractions with a knowledgeable guide!

Langues de l'excursion

Guide Anglais

Points forts

  • Excursion de plusieurs jours
  • Petit-déjeuner inclus
  • Tous droits d'entrée inclus
From the moment your 5-day Nicaragua tour beings in Managua, you’ll be immersed in Nicaragua’s historic sites and scenic splendors. During your three sightseeing tours in each city, you’ll see or visit top attractions like the Rubén Darío National Theatre and the National Museum; UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Ruins of Leon Viejo and the Cathedral of León; and natural wonders like Masaya Volcano National Park and Lake Nicaragua.

You have your choice of 3.5-star or 4-star hotels in each city. Breakfast and entrance fees are included each day, as is comfortable transportation between all destinations.

Please see the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.

Calendrier détaillé

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Dates de départ :
Point de départ :
Tour departs from the Augusto C Sandino International Airport (MGA) in Managua or the Managua location of your choice
Heure de départ :
Coincides with your arrival flight
Durée :
5 jours (environ)
Détails de retour :
Tour concludes at Augusto C Sandino International Airport (MGA) in Managua or the Managua location of your choice


Informations tarifaires

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3.5-Star Accommodation
Code : 3STAR

3.5-star accommodation at Mansión Teodolinda or similar in Managua, Las Mercedes or similar in León and Alhambra Hotel or similar in Granada.

Anglais
à partir de
588,45 USD
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4-Star Accommodation
Code : 4STAR

4-star accommodation at Holiday Inn or similar in Managua, Convento Hotel or similar in León and Darío Hotel or similar in Granada.

Anglais
à partir de
680,96 USD
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Informations supplémentaires

5-Day Best of Nicaragua Tour: Managua, León and Granada

5-Day Best of Nicaragua Tour

Le prix comprend :
  • Managua city tour
  • León city tour
  • Granada city tour
  • Masaya Volcano National Park tour
  • 4 nights accommodation
  • Professional English- and Spanish-speaking guide
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Entrance fees
  • Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
Le prix ne comprend pas :
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Gratuities (optional)
Informations supplémentaires :
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
Itinéraire :
Day 1: Managua
After your arrival at the Managua airport, you'll be greeted by your driver and taken to your selected hotel. Spend the rest of the day and night exploring the city on your own or relaxing at the hotel.

Overnight: Your selected 3.5- or 4-star hotel in Managua

Day 2: Managua – León (B)

After breakfast, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Managua with your guide. Visit the National Palace of Culture, home to the National Archive, National Library and the National Museum, which houses exhibits ranging from prehistoric bones to pre-Colombian ceramics to modern paintings and sculptures. Take a guided tour of the museum, and then venture to Rubén Darío National Theatre, a well-known Central American theater named for Rubén Darío, a beloved writer who was a key figure in the Spanish-American literary movement of the late 19th century. The theater is one of the few buildings that survived the devastating earthquake of 1972, and is home to many shows, concerts and other cultural performances. Next, make your way to Tiscapa Historical National Park, where you'll find the statue of the silhouette of Augusto Sandino, Nicaragua’s famous revolutionary leader of the early 1900s. As you walk around the park with your guide, admire impressive panoramic views of Tiscapa Lagoon and the city.

After free time for lunch near Tiscapa Historical National Park , leave Managua with your guide and head north to the city of León, where you’ll have your second city sightseeing tour of the day. Visit the Ruins of León Viejo (Old León), declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. Follow your guide on a tour of the ruins and learn how the former city is the second-oldest in Nicaragua, established in the early 1500s. You'll see foundations of centuries-old houses, as well as some restored buildings. Continue into the modern-day city of León, founded in the early 1600s. Known for its beautiful churches and stunning streetscapes, León is a picturesque colonial city with many historic attractions that you’ll see with your guide, including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Cathedral of León, one of the largest churches in Central America. Tour the church, admiring its interior filled with marble statues and other magnificent works of art.

Next, head to the Art Center of the Ortiz Gurdian Foundation, which you’ll tour with your guide. Located in two restored colonial buildings, this center houses various exhibits of paintings, sculptures and contemporary art. Then visit the Rubén Darío Museum, located in the house where Darío once lived. Tour the museum and see photographs and hand-written manuscripts.

Overnight: Your selected 3.5- or 4-star accommodation in León

Day 3: León – Masaya – Granada (B)
After breakfast, you’ll depart León and for the town of Granada, stopping along the way for a visit to Masaya Volcano National Park, where you’ll see the active volcanic crater up close and explore the Ecological Museum to learn about the geology and history of the volcano. Before continuing to Granada, head into the town of Masaya to walk through the local market, where you'll find clothing, jewelry and beautiful handmade crafts made from wood and ceramics. It’s a great place to grab a souvenir!

Next, re-board your coach for the rest of the drive to Granada, located on the shores of Lake Nicaragua. With your guide, enjoy a sightseeing tour and learn about the city’s culture and colonial past. Visit Independence Plaza, where you'll find an obelisk dedicated to the heroes of the 1821 struggle for independence. Then head to Central Park, where you'll see the Cathedral of Granada, originally built in the early 1500s. Admire the cathedral’s four chapels and 12 stained-glass windows, and then walk along the pedestrianized street of La Calzada to marvel at the colorful colonial buildings.

After your city tour, the day is yours to continue exploring Granada on your own.

Overnight: Your selected 3.5- or 4-star accommodation in Granada


Day 4: Granada (B)
Start your day with breakfast, and then get ready for your Lake Nicaragua adventure! The fun begins as you board a boat for an exciting cruise to more than 300 tiny tropical islands. Stay on the boat, learning about the lush flora from your guide as you cruise through the islands, which were formed more than 10,000 years ago when Mombacho Volcano erupted. While you listen to your guide’s commentary about the history of Lake Nicaragua, which is home to freshwater sharks and sawfish, admire views of Mombacho and keep an eye out for native birds like tanagers, hawks, jays and warblers.

Your cruise will end in the early afternoon, and you’ll have the rest of the day and night to do as you wish in Granada.

Overnight: Your selected 3.5- or 4-star accommodation in Granada


Day 5: Granada - Managua (B)

After breakfast, you’ll be transferred to the Managua airport for your departing flight. If you don’t have a flight today, you may be taken to the hotel of your choice or to the Managua or Granada destination of your choice.


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Conditions dannulation

Si vous annulez au moins 7 jour(s) avant la date de départ prévue, aucun frais d'annulation ne sera appliqué.
Si vous annulez de 3 à 6 jours avant la date de départ prévue, des frais d'annulation de 50 % seront appliqués.
Si vous annulez au moins 2 jours avant la date de départ prévue, des frais d'annulation de 100 % seront appliqués.

Avis de voyageurs

Avis de: Nabil A. B , novembre 2012

La tournée a été bonne dans l'ensemble sauf un petit problème. Sur la route de Grenade, nous stoppd dans Massai et s'est rendu compte qu'un festival a lieu plus tard ce jour-là. Nous proceded à Grenade et notre guide nous a dit qu'il ya une visite des 2 musées sur le programme. Nous avons suggéré que, plutôt que des musées, nous préférons revenir à Massai pour voir le festival, qui est de 10 ou 15 minutes. Le guide est revenu pour nous dire qu'il avait parlé avec le propriétaire et il nous a demandé de payer pour le gaz afin de revenir à Massai .. Je lui ai donné 20 $, mais j'ai trouvé que c'était un manque de jugement. Le woul gaz coûte seulement 5 $ et puisque nous ne voulons pas aller dans les musées de Grenade, qui devraient faire pour ça.