A great little country

This itinerary allows us to appreciate all the natural and landscape richness of this small-big country: from the colonial cities of Granada and León, the magnificent spectacle of its active volcanoes, the remote jungle area of ​​Río San Juan and, of course, the Caribbean more unpublished: the small islands Corn Island.

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to Managua
Upon arrival at the airport, meet and transfer to Granada . Overnight at Granada hotel.

Day 2: Granada - Masaya Volcano - Granada
After breakfast, transfer to Masaya Volcano National Park, which has an area of ​​54km² that includes two volcanoes and five craters. A paved road takes us to the edge of the impressive and active Santiago crater. It is one of the few places in the world where a crater can be observed at such a short distance. Transfer back to Granada, we visited the city, one of the most beautiful in Central America: the La Merced Church, the Crossed Street, the Church of Xalteva, the Cathedral and the Church of Guadalupe, the Convent Museum of San Francisco. Overnight at Granada hotel.

Day 3: Granada - Mombacho Volcano - Isletas - Granada
After breakfast, we visit the Mombacho Volcano Natural Reserve; from the dry region of Sabana to the base of the volcano, passing through coffee farms, entering the forest of clouds and light humidity. Once at the top, we begin the journey along a 2.5 kilometer trail, along which we will discover an unusual collection of orchids, ferns, butterflies, birds and if the weather favors us we can enjoy a beautiful view of Granada and its surroundings . In the afternoon we visit the channels of the charming Isletas, an archipelago of more than 300 islands located at the foot of the impressive Mombacho Volcano. Transfer back to Granada

Day 4: Granada - Laguna Apoyo
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Laguna de Apoyo one of the most beautiful lagoons in Nicaragua formed by a volcanic crater. Its abundant biodiversity and the calm waters of the lagoon make of Apoyo an inescapable destination, in which we can swim, sail in kayak or simply walk while we admire the landscape. Accommodation next to the lagoon, where at night we admire the flight of hundreds of fireflies

Day 5: Laguna Apoyo - León
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the Colonial city of León, former capital of Nicaragua, founded in 1610. We visited the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, one of the most beautiful in the continent and the largest in Central America, declared a World Heritage Site in 2011. In it, the remains of the poet Rubén Darío rest among other important characters. We also visited the Rubén Darío House-Museum and the art center of the Ortiz-Gurdián Foundation. Overnight at León

Day 6: León - Cerro Negro - León
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Cerro Negro Volcano, the youngest volcano in Nicaragua and currently active. We start a walk from the base of the volcano along a stone path to the summit from where we will have an incredible view of the Los Maribios volcanic chain. We recommend (optional) descend with surfboard from the summit, an unforgettable experience! After the descent, we return to the city of León.

Day 7: León-Managua-airport-San Carlos-El Castillo
Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the capital, Managua to fly to San Carlos, next to Lake Cocibolca and the entrance to the jungle area of ​​Río San Juan. Transfer from the airfield to the port to embark towards El Castillo, a town founded by the Spaniards in the sixteenth century to defend the area from the attack of the pirates who were going up the river from the Caribbean. Accommodation at El Castillo

Day 8: El Castillo - San Juan del Norte
Early in the morning, we boarded a boat to San Juan del Norte. Transfer from the port to the lodge, unique in the area. Walk around to observe flora and fauna. At night, observation tour of alligators, sloths and other nocturnal species. Full board and accommodation at the lodge

Day 9: San Juan del Norte
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit the Indio Maíz Reserve in sailing along the river and the Greytown Cemetery. Full board and accommodation at the lodge

Day 10: San Juan del Norte - Managua
Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the airfield and return to Managua.

Day 11: Managua-Corn Island-Little Corn Island
Flight to the Corn Islands. Upon arrival, transfer to the port to board Little Corn Island, only accessible by sea. Transfer to the hotel

Day 12: Little Corn Island
Free on the island for rest, diving, snorkeling

Day 13: Little Corn Island
Free day.

Day 14: Little Corn Island-Corn Island-Managua
After breakfast, transfer by boat to Big Corn Island. Transfer from the port to the aerodrome. Flight to Managua. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel

Day 15: Managua - Airport
After breakfast, transfer to airport to take the flight back.

Day 16: Arrival
Arrival at your city.

Incluye

Domestic flights
Airport and transfer assistance.
Parck and monuments entrances.
Basic travel insurance.

No Incluye

Meals not specified
Any aspect not mentioned in section includes.
Personal expenses
Tourist taxes
Local taxes airports.
International flights

Info - Paises

Clima - Estacionalidad

Month
Jan 32ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 0% 1ml 24kmh
Feb 33ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 1% 3ml 25kmh
Mar 34ºC 23ºC 27ºC 89% 2% 5ml 23kmh
Apr 34ºC 24ºC 28ºC 89% 7% 24ml 21kmh
May 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 22% 89ml 17kmh
Jun 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 31% 116ml 16kmh
Jul 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 25% 81ml 19kmh
Aug 32ºC 23ºC 29ºC 89% 30% 103ml 17kmh
Sep 32ºC 23ºC 29ºC 89% 39% 158ml 14kmh
Oct 31ºC 23ºC 29ºC 89% 34% 134ml 14kmh
Nov 32ºC 22ºC 28ºC 89% 16% 54ml 16kmh
Dec 32ºC 22ºC 28ºC 89% 4% 10ml 21kmh
Month
Jan 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 17% 37ml 27kmh
Feb 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 10% 16ml 26kmh
Mar 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 6% 8ml 24kmh
Apr 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 14% 32ml 22kmh
May 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 42% 125ml 20kmh
Jun 28ºC 28ºC 28ºC 92% 68% 222ml 20kmh
Jul 28ºC 28ºC 28ºC 92% 71% 233ml 23kmh
Aug 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 66% 211ml 20kmh
Sep 28ºC 27ºC 29ºC 92% 69% 225ml 16kmh
Oct 28ºC 27ºC 29ºC 92% 68% 248ml 18kmh
Nov 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 55% 187ml 23kmh
Dec 27ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 34% 94ml 26kmh
Month
Jan 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 0% 1ml 26kmh
Feb 32ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 0% 2ml 26kmh
Mar 33ºC 23ºC 27ºC 89% 2% 4ml 24kmh
Apr 34ºC 25ºC 28ºC 89% 7% 23ml 22kmh
May 32ºC 25ºC 29ºC 89% 21% 85ml 18kmh
Jun 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 29% 111ml 17kmh
Jul 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 23% 78ml 20kmh
Aug 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 27% 100ml 18kmh
Sep 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 36% 155ml 15kmh
Oct 31ºC 24ºC 28ºC 89% 33% 135ml 14kmh
Nov 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 89% 16% 56ml 18kmh
Dec 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 4% 10ml 23kmh
Month
Jan 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 0% 1ml 26kmh
Feb 32ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 0% 2ml 26kmh
Mar 33ºC 23ºC 27ºC 89% 2% 4ml 24kmh
Apr 34ºC 25ºC 28ºC 89% 7% 23ml 22kmh
May 32ºC 25ºC 29ºC 89% 21% 85ml 18kmh
Jun 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 29% 111ml 17kmh
Jul 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 23% 78ml 20kmh
Aug 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 27% 100ml 18kmh
Sep 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 36% 155ml 15kmh
Oct 31ºC 24ºC 28ºC 89% 33% 135ml 14kmh
Nov 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 89% 16% 56ml 18kmh
Dec 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 4% 10ml 23kmh
Month
Jan 30ºC 24ºC 27ºC 90% 7% 15ml 26kmh
Feb 30ºC 24ºC 27ºC 90% 4% 8ml 26kmh
Mar 31ºC 24ºC 27ºC 90% 4% 6ml 24kmh
Apr 32ºC 26ºC 28ºC 90% 10% 27ml 22kmh
May 30ºC 26ºC 29ºC 90% 30% 102ml 19kmh
Jun 30ºC 26ºC 29ºC 90% 45% 156ml 18kmh
Jul 30ºC 26ºC 29ºC 90% 43% 141ml 21kmh
Aug 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 43% 145ml 19kmh
Sep 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 50% 184ml 15kmh
Oct 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 47% 180ml 16kmh
Nov 30ºC 24ºC 28ºC 90% 32% 108ml 20kmh
Dec 30ºC 24ºC 28ºC 90% 16% 44ml 24kmh
Month
Jan 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 17% 37ml 27kmh
Feb 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 10% 16ml 26kmh
Mar 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 6% 8ml 24kmh
Apr 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 14% 32ml 22kmh
May 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 42% 125ml 20kmh
Jun 28ºC 28ºC 28ºC 92% 68% 222ml 20kmh
Jul 28ºC 28ºC 28ºC 92% 71% 233ml 23kmh
Aug 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 66% 211ml 20kmh
Sep 28ºC 27ºC 29ºC 92% 69% 225ml 16kmh
Oct 28ºC 27ºC 29ºC 92% 68% 248ml 18kmh
Nov 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 55% 187ml 23kmh
Dec 27ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 34% 94ml 26kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Otter
Spider monkey
Caiman
Sloth
Aviator monkey
Common Dolphin
Eagle Ray
Barracuda
Hammerhead Shark
Nurse shark
Grouper
Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Howler monkey
Sloth

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