Managua, capital of Nicaragua, is a vibrant city growing and developing very fast. Managua is situated on the south shores of lake Managua and around the stunning Tiscapa Lagoon.
GRANADA, OLDEST COLONIAL CITY IN LATIN AMERICA
Founded in 1524, Granada enjoys the distinction of being the oldest colonial city in the Americas that still remains in the same place of its foundation.
LEON, INTELECTUAL CAPITAL OF NICARAGUA
The city of Leon is located northeast at 93 Kilometers from Managua. With Granada, this city shared the capital of Nicaragua until 1852 .You will see its colonial legacy in most of its old or antiques buildings and churches.
MASAYA, CRADDLE OF NATIONAL FOLKLORE
Masaya is known as the “City of Flowers” as Ruben Dario baptized it. It is Nicaragua’s folklore and crafts cradle.
WHITE TOWNS, ENCHANTING LITTLE TOWNS
Between Masaya and Granada there are various picturesque and small towns known as the White Towns.
CARIBBEAN BEACHES, A DIFFERENT CARIBBEAN
The Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast has been little explored, it host unique and virgin landscapes that you can not miss.
SAN JUAN DEL SUR, BEAUTIFUL FISHERMEN´S VILLAGE
San Juan del Sur’s setting makes it the premier costal town of Nicaragua.
OMETEPE, A PEACE OASIS
Next to Rivas is Puerto San Jorge, a small fishermen town where you can take a boat trip to Ometepe Island.
RIO SAN JUAN, NATURE AT ITS BEST
It flows 199 Km from Lake Nicaragua to the Caribbean Sea. It is an area rich in nature and historic events.
ESTELÍ, TOBACCO CAPITAL
It is a cool city situated on a valley between mountains. Tobacco is the main product in this area.
MATAGALPA, COFFEE FLAVOR TOWN
This beautiful city is located in Nicaragua’s northern region at a high plateau.
JINOTEGA, THE LUNG OF CENTRAL AMERICA
Jinotega is the second largest department in Nicaragua. It is bordered on the north by Honduras.
CHINANDEGA, THE CITY OF RUM
At the border with Honduras, through the Pan-American highway at 132 km. of the capital and 70 km. from Honduras
I just returned from Nicaragua and wanted to tell you that both tours that we went on were fabulous! (Masaya volcano tour and "a day at the beach")- the tour guide Jimmy was very knowledgable and fun! And the bus driver Roger was also really good (calm & courteous drive)....We had a great time learning about the culture while enjoying the beautiful country. Please pass this on so Jimmy and Roger get 'kudos' from their manager! Best regards,-- Lisa Rothgeb | Senior Technical Designer - SWAT
I had booked online from the US 4 different one-day tours to different places in Nicaragua with Gray Line Managua and I have been very satisfied. Even though I had booked group tours, I found out I was the only passenger so I benefited of my own driver an tour guide for personalized tours during the whole 4 tours for the same price and was glad my tours were not canceled. Both tour guides were very professional, showing up on (or even before) time and attentive to all my desires, making all the changes to the program I wanted. More..
I was in Nicaragua last week, traveling with Rosemary McClure of the Los Angeles Times. David Rosales was our tour guide. He is a remarkable combination -- professional, knowledgeable, thoughtful, insightful, flexible, fluent in English, and fun to be with. You have a winner there. He is an excellent tour guide. We also appreciated Roger, our driver, who was always on time, flexible, courteous and a very good driver. I suspect they are your very best employees. Thank you for assigning us your very best.-- Marty