Locations During Trip: 

Granada | Laguna de Apoyo | Masaya Volcano | Mombacho Volcano | Catarina

Where You Will Stay:
Granada, Nicaragua


3 Days & 3 Nights

What's Included: 

Top-Rated Lodging


Tours & Recreational Activities

Guides & Translators

24/7 Security

Rentals & Equipment

Entry Tickets & Taxes

+ All Breakfasts!

Not Included: 

Tipping Guides & Serves, Lunches, Dinners, & Drinks

Day One: Granada
Day Two: Laguna de Apoyo & Mombacho Volcano
Day Three: Masaya Volcano, Catarina, & Masaya Market

Tours & Activities:

Kayak & Tube in Apoyo Volcano

Explore Colonial Cities w/ Guided History

Artisanal Markets & Galleries

Masaya Volcano Crater Experience

Hike Mombacho Volcano

Kayak & Tube in Apoyo Volcano

Boat Tour to Las Isletas

Food, Beer, & Coffee Tour 

& so much more!

Laguna de Apoyo

 A clear turqouise thermal-lake in the center of the ancient Apoyo Volcano. The temperature of the lake averages 80-85 degrees, and gets warmer the deeper you swim, as it is vented by a still active thermal volcano. 

Guests will have access to an eclectic lake-side restaurant, kayaks & tubes, lounging chairs, & a sunbathing platform in the middle of the lake that you may jump off. Laguna de Apoyo is a great location to unwind, get some sun, & enjoy the warm water inside the dense jungle-covered rim of the volcano.


 The Colonial-city of Granada is both at once the oldest city on the continent, & the most developed tourism destination in Northern Nicaragua. The city is renowned for its Spanish-Colonial architecture & postcard cathedrals. Granada is a city full of bright colors, violent history, lake-side breezes, volcanic backdrops, bustling streets & markets, & the sounds of horse-drawn carriages carrying locals to & from work. Guides will explain the history of the city as guests are introduced to the local culture & cuisine while exploring the notable sights in the city. 

Masaya & Masaya Volcano

Guests will visit nearby Masaya to visit the largest open-air market in Nicaragua, & try a variety of native fruits, vegetables, chocolates, & types of coffee. After the market, we will venture to nearby Catarina which has outstanding views of the volcanos & lakes in the region, as well as artisanal crafts. 

An entire evening s dedicated to visiting the infamous Masaya Volcano, where guests' have an opportunity to have direct contact with the country's most active crater, which boasts lush flora & fauna, as well as diverse wildlife. It is best seen at night, as you can hear the caldera, smell the sulphury gas, & witness a lava lake that is constantly erupting. 

Mombacho Volcano

Last but not least & the third volcano on this epic journey across North-Central Nicaragua is to hike Mombacho Volcano. With its last major eruption in 1595, this 4,400ft (1345 meter) volcano is the defining feature of the Granada skyline & can be seen for over 100 miles away. This volcano has multiple microclimates such as a dwarf forest & a cloud forest, hosts fumaroles & thermal vents, & is home to multiple species of monkey, 168 species of bird, 100 types of orchids, & is home to endemic species such as the Mombacho Salamander.

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