Nicaragua tours

Join one of our Nicaragua tours for a great experience! Still undiscovered by many people, this wonderful Central American country has lots to see. Lakes, volcanoes, jungle, magnificent views and beautiful colonial cities are all on the agenda. Going on a trip to Nicaragua? then your eyes will be kept busy!
A tour of Nicaragua is a journey full of highlights, both culturally and in terms of nature. A visit to the city of Léon should not be skipped during your journey through Nicaragua. This city is considered the cultural heart of Central America. Here you will find the oldest University of the country and the largest Cathedral in this part of America. Not far away from Léon is Granada; a beautifully preserved town from the colonial era. Let yourself be driven around in an authentic coach taxi by all the beautiful buildings and then pay a visit to the Parque Central with the yellow Cathedral. Close to Granada is the active Masaya Volcano which you may opt to climb and thus be rewarded with breathtaking views.

If you go to Nicaragua, then you can fully enjoy beautiful nature and fascinating fauna. Sure to impress during the tours of Nicaragua, is the Lago de Nicaragua. In this Lake are four hundred islands and it is surrounded by overwhelming nature. The wildlife here includes unusual species such as the only freshwater shark in the world. During the tours through Nicaragua it is possible to relax on one of the beaches or walk along the many hiking trails. You will certainly experience unforgettable moments while on your travels in Nicaragua. How about a dip in the crater lake of the Maderas Volcano with the sound of howler monkeys crying out in the background?

A trip through Nicaragua comes with a warm and friendly welcome from the locals. Despite many residents having lived through a lot, they are good fun and helpful people. The Caribbean atmosphere that you can experience during your travel around Nicaragua, is enhanced by the popular music forms reggae and reggaeton. This relaxed ambiance makes Nicaragua tours more than worthwhile!

Country info Nicaragua

  • Background information
  • Culture Nicaragua
    The cultural differences between Europeans and people of Central America are so big that you could devote an entire book to the subject. Below are some selected items tha
  • Religion Nicaragua
    The bulk of the population of Nicaragua is adherent to the Roman Catholic faith imposed by the Spanish colonists, who used religion as an important instrument of power fo
  • Festivals Nicaragua
    Holidays: Since Nicaragua is predominantly Christian, the Christian festivals like Christmas, Epiphany (January 6) and of course Easter are celebrated everywhere. Further
  • Food and drinks Nicaragua
    Food: The Nicaraguan cuisine is simple and straightforward. It uses similar ingredients as the Mexican food such as beans, rice, corn, cheese, banana and tortillas, but w
  • Tipping Nicaragua
    Restaurant and hotel employees are not well paid. You may not have a ready solution for the country’s poverty, but the least you can do is to tip the ones working for yo
  • Weather and climate Nicaragua
    Nicaragua has a tropical climate with two seasons. This means that in Nicaragua the year is warm, but also that there is the likelihood of considerable rainfall. This rai
  • Population Nicaragua
    Nicaragua has approximately 4.6 million inhabitants (35 inhabitants per km ²), of which 69% Mestizo, 14% Caucasian, 9% blacks and 4% Indians. The country used to have eve
  • Landscape Nicaragua
    Nicaragua is wedged between the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Caribbean Sea in the east. It is bordered to the north by Honduras and Costa Rica to the south. With an area
  • Practical information
  • Arrival information Nicaragua
    Take your first day in Managua easy. Take time to acclimatize. The transition of climate, and time difference can be profound. Let the country make an impression on you,
  • Time differences Nicaragua
    In Nicaragua it is 6 hours earlier than in the UK (during summertime 7 hours). For Western Europe: 7 hours (during summertime 8 hours) earlier.
  • Money Nicaragua
    The currency in Nicaragua is the Córdoba (C $), divided into 100 centavos. In everyday life, the Córdoba is also known as the peso. There are banknotes of 10, 20
  • Luggage and clothing Nicaragua
    This tour leads us through tropical lowland as well as some higher mountainous areas, the latter enjoying a moderate climate, which may include cold nights. Therefore, bring a
  • Communication Nicaragua
    The post office (Correos de Nicaragua) is usually open during business hours and on Saturdays until noon. In general, the mail is both reliable and effective in Nicaragua. Onl
  • Electricity Nicaragua
    Electricity is the same as in the United States: 110 volts, 60 hertz alternating current, with corresponding sockets, for which you will need a universal adapter.
  • Safety Nicaragua
    In the cities sometimes pickpockets are at work. A simple method keeps them away from you: stash your big money and valuables underneath your clothing, in a non-visible manner
  • Health Nicaragua
    Travellers to Central America who pay some attention to hygiene and skincare usually don’t run into health problems. However, we would like you to pay attention to the f
  • Information for people at home Nicaragua
    Ensure that those at home know in which country you are and how long you are planning to stay away. You should fix a date when you will contact them. Making telephone calls fr
  • Photographs Nicaragua
    Good-quality film rolls can be bought everywhere in the larger cities. Check the best-before date and only buy from stores where the materials are kept in cold storage. The be
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