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Recorrido por la ciudad de Managua con paseo en barco por el lago Nicaragua

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Managua, Nicaragua

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Recogida en el hotel incluida
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Explore la Granada colonial y tome un tranquilo paseo en bote por el lago Granada durante esta excursión de un día completo desde Managua. Mientras visita Granada, recorra las pintorescas calles llenas de edificios coloniales mientras disfruta de los comentarios informativos de su guía. Parada en Central Park y el Convento y Museo de San Francisco. Visite el centro cultural Tres Mundos, una organización dedicada a apoyar las actividades culturales nicaragüenses y ubicada en una mansión señorial. Suba a bordo de un bote de madera para un crucero por las tranquilas aguas del lago de Nicaragua, entrando y saliendo de las pequeñas islas que salpican el agua. Aprende sobre la vida vegetal y animal nativa que habitan en el archipiélago de 365 islas. El transporte de ida y vuelta desde los hoteles de Managua está incluido.
  • Explora Granada en una excursión de un día desde Managua
  • Visita el centro cultural Casa de los Tres Mundos y el Convento y Museo de San Francisco.
  • Tome un paseo en bote por el lago de Nicaragua alrededor de las pequeñas islas tropicales cerca del volcán Mombacho
  • Todas las tarifas de entrada y recogida y recogida en el hotel están incluidas.
Después de la recogida en su hotel en Managua, realice el viaje a Granada en un vehículo cómodo y climatizado. En el camino, conozca a su guía local y haga cualquier pregunta que tenga sobre la cultura o la historia de Nicaragua.

Comience su visión general de Granada con una parada en la Casa de los Tres Mundos, donde recorrerá la sede de su mansión colonial y aprenderá sobre su misión de apoyar proyectos culturales en Nicaragua y el resto de América Central. Conozca la historia del centro y vea algunas obras de arte de pintores y escultores locales.

En el Parque Central (Central Park), vea la arquitectura colonial circundante y examine el mercado local, luego visite el Convento y el Museo de San Francisco para realizar un recorrido que incluye la oportunidad de ver cerámica y estatuas precolombinas.

Después de almorzar en un restaurante cercano (por cuenta propia), diríjase al Lago de Nicaragua y aborde su pequeño bote. Navega por el archipiélago de 365 islas, donde se encuentran la vida silvestre nativa y muchas casas de vacaciones ricas de nicaragüenses. Estas islas son residuos de la lava de la erupción cercana del volcán Mombacho hace más de 10.000 años. Busque a los warblers, jays, tanagers y halcones mientras aprende sobre el lago con su guía.

Desembarque nuevamente en las orillas del lago y aborde su vehículo para regresar a Managua.
Itinerario
Parada en:  
Iglesia de La Merced
Visitará la Iglesia de La Merced, desde donde tendrá una gran vista panorámica de la ciudad, el lago y el volcán Mombacho.
Duración: 30 minutos
Entrada incluida
Parada en:  
Casa de Los Tres Mundos
Casa de los Tres Mundos es una fundación que apoya proyectos culturales y está ubicada en un edificio colonial en Plaza Los Leones. Tendrá la oportunidad de apreciar la hermosa arquitectura y el arte local.
Duración: 30 minutos
Entrada incluida
Parada en:  
Centro Cultural Antiguo Convento San Francisco
El Museo en el Convento de San Francisco ofrece una bonita colección de objetos históricos, pinturas y estatuas. Una de sus colecciones más interesantes son las 28 estatuas precolombinas de la isla Zapatera. Estas estatuas datan del 800 al 1200 dC. Otras exposiciones muestran hallazgos arqueológicos y otros objetos que cuentan más sobre la historia de Nicaragua. El museo se encuentra en una casa colonial con un hermoso patio interior.
Duración: 60 minutos
Entrada incluida
Parada en:  
Las Isletas
Emprenderás un tour en bote por las famosas Isletas de Granada, un archipiélago de más de 300 pequeñas islas tropicales. Mientras escuchas los comentarios de tu guía sobre la historia del Lago de Nicaragua, admira las vistas del Volcán Mombacho y vigila a las aves nativas como los tanagers, los halcones, los azores y los warblers.
Duración: 45 minutos
Entrada incluida
Pasa por:  
Mombacho Volcano
Obtendrá increíbles vistas del volcán Mombacho desde la ciudad de Granada y durante el recorrido en barco de Las Isletas.
Entrada gratuita

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Martin, guía turístico hizo un trabajo...
LUIS A
, oct 2012
Martin, guía turístico hizo un trabajo excelente. No sólo nos mostró todos los lugares más importantes a visitar en Granada. También nos llevó a comer el plato típico de la región de la cual es llamada Vigorón-que consta de yuca con rinders cerdo, muy sabrosos.
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As a native Nicaraguan, Granada has...
Josue A
, dic 2016
As a native Nicaraguan, Granada has always had a special place in my heart. It is one of the most beautiful colonial cities of Nicaragua. This was the second tour that we had with our guide, Moises Ferreti. The previous day, he had taken us to Leon, and the day after he took us for a tour around Managua. Moises was always very professional, knowledgeable, personable, and most of all flexible. This day really put his flexibility and knowledge to the test. Part of the tour includes a boat ride on Lake Nicaragua to visit the beautiful Isletas de Granada, a group of 365 small islands that were created after the eruption of the nearby Mombacho Volcano. Due to the threat of Hurricane Otto, the port of Granada was closed and no boats were allowed to go on the lake. This was obviously outside of Moises and tour company's control. Therefore, Moises had to really think on his feet to find a suitable substitution since going out on the lake was out of the question. Before doing that, Moises took us to explore Granada. As I mentioned before, Granada is a beautiful colonial city. I find it to be more beautiful than its colonial sister and ancient rival, the city of Leon. The colonial houses of Granada are so beautiful that it's a real shame that many have been converted to retail space. Granada has a vast number of churches, which Moises took us to visit and share some of the history of each church. Many of the churches in Granada, including the cathedral, are much newer than the ones found in Leon. In part, this is due to the invasion by American mercenary William Walker, who briefly became the president of Nicaragua, and put the city of Granada to the torch. Some of the few churches that survived the blaze still bear the scars of the inferno. Granada also has a beautiful museum inside a monastery. The monastery includes Nicaraguan art, displays regarding Nicaraguan culture, and some pre-Columbian artifacts. After exploring Granada, Moises took us to the Laguna de Apoyo as a substitute to the boat ride in the lake. Laguna de Apoyo is a volcanic lake that straddles the border between the departments of Granada and Masaya. I have visited Laguna de Apoyo many times, but only along the edges of the ancient crater. You can catch breathtaking views of the lake from Catarina, and a popular meeting place called El Mirador. Hiking trails can be found along the slopes of the crater. The natural beauty of Laguna de Apoyo from El Mirador is breathtaking. But it pales in comparison to going down to the shore of the lake, which is something that I had never done. Moises, our tour guide took us down to the lake shore, which is dominated by exclusive resorts. Thanks to his connections, he was able to obtain access for us to one of the resorts, where we spend a couple of hours by the shore, overlooking at the placid waters of the lake, relaxing in the afternoon soon. Although it was disappointing to not being able to visit Las Isletas de Granada, which is one of my favorite places in Nicaragua, I appreciate that Moises was able to find a suitable substitution. If you have never been to Granada and its famous Isletas, I definitely recommend this tour. And I definitely recommend Moises as a tour guide. He is the best!
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Interesting town with a few things...
gregory h
, jun 2015
Interesting town with a few things to do. Lake ride was fun too but too short. Guide made the whole day worth it. Henry's knowledge of everything and care for his clients can't be beat. Looked after my son as if his own.
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The lake part was excellent and we...
P. Kay C
, jun 2014
The lake part was excellent and we enjoyed Granada as it has retained it's older look. Edgar was very good for both trips.
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The tour was absolutely wonderful...
Thomas N
, dic 2013
The tour was absolutely wonderful. Our tour guide, Erick, was not only friendly but very knowledgeable about the history of the city. This was very impressive. Being history buffs, we found this quite interesting. The city itself is beautiful and again, Erick, put us at ease in our new surroundings. The boat ride was of course peaceful and gorgeous. Erick, again amazed us by courting the monkeys and by surprising wifey with a flower that grew inside a banana shaped plant hanging from a tree. Amazing!!
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We could not have been MORE pleased...
Joan B
, nov 2013
We could not have been MORE pleased with this tour! Our guide Erick was excellent, so informative, spoke both languages to perfection, and knew the answer to every question we asked. The city and sights were beautiful and interesting, lunch was at a charming garden restaurant, and the boat tour so fun and relaxing - and we saw more than a dozen species of herons, kingfishers, and other birds. Would recommend this tour to anyone!
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amazing servitours local operator...
euclides m
, sep 2013
amazing servitours local operator was amazing the tour guide was very good, knew every detail about the tour, and was very professional, I have done tours in many countries with different operators and I am amaze to say in this little corner of central America I found the best tour operators ever. thank you for a lifetime experience.
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Good combination with culture...
Klaus P
, jun 2013
Good combination with culture (Granada) and nature (Lake Nicaragua). Very good guide with perfecte knowledges of the local animals

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