Nicaragua-Land of Lakes & Volcanoes

Exploring and visiting a second country during the same trip is always a great idea. Nicaragua is referred to as “the land of lakes and volcanoes” due to the number of lagoons and lakes and the chain of volcanoes that runs from the north to the south along the country’s Pacific side. Today, only 7 of the 50 volcanoes in Nicaragua are considered active. Many of these volcanoes offer some great possibilities for tourists with activities such as hiking, climbing, camping, and swimming in crater lakes. Nicaragua is home to a rich variety of plants and animals. Nicaragua is located in the center of the Americas. Therefore, it has a lot of biodiversity. These factors, along with the weather and light altitudinal variations, allow the country to shelter 248 species of amphibians and reptiles, 183 species of mammals, 705 bird species, 640 fish species and about 5796 species of plants.

Fitness Level
Easy
  • Tour includes: Private A/C transportation, soft drinks, snacks, immigration taxes, breakfast, private boat tour, cold towels, lunch, volcano tour, souvenir market shop and visit to the Catarina view point.
  • What to bring: Passport, flight return itinerary, comfortable clothes and shoes, bug spray, sunblock, extra clothes and camera.
  • Pick up Time: 05:00AM.
  • Return Time: 04:30PM.
  • Tour Length: Full day.
  • Driving time: 3 hours.
  • Suggested fitness level: EASY.
  • Minimum Age: Non applicable.

Rates

Private transportation

Contact the concierge for rates and availability.

  • Tour includes: Private A/C transportation, soft drinks, snacks, immigration taxes, breakfast, private boat tour, cold towels, lunch, volcano tour, souvenir market shop and visit to the Catarina view point.
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