POPULAR DESTINATIONS IN NICARAGUA

San Juan del Sur

San Juan del Sur is a municipality and coastal town on the Pacific Ocean, in the Rivas department in south-west Nicaragua, is popular among surfers and is a vacation spot for many tourists.

Hacienda Iguana

Hacienda Iguana is placed on some of the most beautiful and pristine coastlines in Nicaragua. Being the first of its kind, Hacienda Iguana has had a head start over other residential beach building developments.

Playa Gigante

If you are looking for bustling nightlife and pavement, you should wander elsewhere, but if relaxing in the hammock, sharing a beer with the locals, loosening up with yoga, and playing in the ocean all fill your bucket list, then Gigante is your perfect paradise.

Granada

Granada is Nicaragua's most popular tourist destination, and the area offers everything a traveler could want. This is the oldest colonial city in the Americas, with an unmatched architectural heritage.

Leon

León is a department (state) in northwestern Nicaragua. It is also the second largest city in Nicaragua, after Managua. Land of volcanoes, hot weather and interesting cities. Here, visitors will find the ruins of one of the first Spanish colonial cities that were built in the continent, which are preserved thanks to the volcanic sand that buried the place after an eruption.

Esteli

Estelí, officially Villa de San Antonio de Pavia de Estelí is a city and municipality within the Estelí department. It is the third largest city in Nicaragua,[1] an active commercial center in the north and is known as "the Diamond of the Segovias."

Playa Maderas

Being the most popular surf beach in the San Juan del Sur area, Playa Maderas also happens to be the most crowded.

San Jorge

If you are looking for bustling nightlife and pavement, you should wander elsewhere, but if relaxing in the hammock, sharing a beer with the locals, loosening up with yoga, and playing in the ocean all fill your bucket list, then Gigante is your perfect paradise.

San Carlos

San Carlos is the port city which drains the Great Lake of Nicaragua, where Rio San Juan comes up and contribute the Cold River.

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TYPE OF VEHICLES AVAILABLE

Compact

Sedan / 1-3 Passengers

Suv

SUV / 3-4 Passengers

Mini bus

Mini-Bus / 5-13 Passengers

Coaster

Bus / 25 Passengers