Outdoors enthusiasts will find ample opportunities for hiking, cycling and horseback riding, as well as swimming, kayaking and fishing around the coast, but equally fascinating is a series of pre-Columbian petroglyphs and artifacts on the island dating back to 2000 BCE., which offer an intriguing insight into the island’s rich cultural history. You may want to hire a local guide to help you get around (transportation on the islands isn't extensive) and direct you to the best hiking trails.
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Join this day trip to Isla de Ometepe, an island located in a fresh water lake with two volcanoes. Accompanied by your guide and small-group of no more than ... Read more
Location: , Nicaragua
Duration: 7 hours (approx.)