Classic Granada

Duration: 04 days / 03 nights
Location: Begins and ends at Managua Airport
Visits: Granada

Founded in 1524, on the shores of Lake Cocibolca, Granada welcomes visitors with its colorful colonial architecture, deep historical roots, mouth-watering cuisine, and friendly people. Check-in at the hotel. Free time in Granada.

  • Explore the Isletas, an archipelago of 365 islets on Lake Cocibolca.
  • Marvel at the 28 pre-Columbian statues from Zapatera Island, dating from the years 800 to 1200 AD.
  • Enjoy the city from a different perspective at the top of the bell tower of La Merced Church.

Day 01 Managua Airport – Granada

Reception by our representative at Managua’s International Airport. Transfer to the selected hotel in Granada.

Day 02 Granada

Breakfast at the hotel. We will start the day with a boat tour of Granada’s famous Isletas, an archipelago of more than 360 islets formed by an ancient volcanic explosion, just off the shore of Lake Cocibolca. While you listen to your guide’s commentary about the history of Lake Cocibolca, admire views of Mombacho Volcano and keep an eye out for native birds like tanagers, hawks, jays and warblers.

Back in Granada, we will visit the museum at San Francisco Convent, which houses an important collection of historical artifacts and paintings, like the 28 pre-Columbian statues from Zapatera Island, dating from the years 800 to 1200 AD. You will also have the chance to enjoy the city from a different perspective at the top of the bell tower of La Merced Church.

Day 03 Granada

Breakfast at the hotel. Free day to enjoy the city at your own rhythm.

Day 04 Granada – Managua Airport

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Managua International Airport according to your flight departure time.


Package Includes

  • Private transfers in vehicle with A/C
  • 03 nights lodgement in Granada
  • Breakfasts
  • Granada City Tour
  • Boat tour around the Islets.
  • Guide and/or driver
  • Entrance fees
  • Local taxes

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