Horseback Riding Tour (Regular)

This incredible adventure combines the love of nature with the passion for exploration. On horseback, you’ll travel through the rich density of a primary forest en route to a private beach on Lake Nicaragua. The view is amazing. Ometepe Island’s twin volcanic cones stretch to the skies from the middle of an expansive lake. You’ll…

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Canopy Tour (Regular)

After a 15 minute drive, you will be immersed in the tropical dry forest of Nicaragua. The canopy tour is located on the border of a small ranch. Once at the farms rustic ranch your guide will help you to gear up & provide safety instructions.  Immediately afterwards you will board a 4×4 truck for…

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Masaya Volcano & Artisan Market

First national park in the country was established in 1979. The park includes a beautiful volcanic lake known as the “Masaya lagoon.” Upon arrival, we will witness all the influence that volcanic activities have had in the shaping of the zone. Only ten minutes from the entrance we will be able to visit the environmental…

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Montibelli Tropical Forest

Montibelli private reserve located in the Municipality of Ticuantepe, 30 minutes from the capital, Managua.  It has an expansion of 162.5 hectares and heights that vary between 360 and 750 meters; that allows for a fresh climate practically all year long. The Montibelli family changed their vision many years ago and started the reforestation of…

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Shopping in Managua

No rush, no hassles‚ just relax and enjoy! We offer a friendly, flexible and comfortable itinerary of 4 hours guided transportation to visit Huembes’ markets to purchase some Nicaraguan art, crafts, and exclusive specialized galleries.  Just let us know your special interest for the shopping. We are eager to provide you with a personalized service that will…

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Managua City Tour

Managua has been the capital of Nicaragua since 1852.  Managua has a very warm and sunny climate. To the north, one can find the old city center. This area was destroyed by an earthquake in 1972. The southern part of the city is now called the future downtown of Managua and is where most of…

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