The Best of St. Juan del Sur/Colonial City Granada/Active Volcano of Masaya
San Juan del Sur is a fast growing town with lots of development and visitors from around the world. The local people lives off fishing, farming, cattle ranch, and most important tourism industry. Granada is the most well restored colonial city in the continent and founded by the Spaniards in 1524. The architectural designs are just amazing to admire. Built next to lake Nicaragua it grabs peoples attention to visit and even to stay.
Masaya volcano is one of the mot active volcanos in the country releasing a thousand tons of sulphur everyday, and the most interesting part is that we could drive all the way to the ring of the active crater of Santiago. Masaya volcano is consider one of the gates of hell in the world by National Geographic. Masaya is the most colourful city, with hand made hammocks for sale on the street.
We will start with a seeing sight tour of San Juan del Sur and a drive to connect with the pan-american road. Along this road we will see the Great Lake of Nicaragua and the biggest Island in fresh water in the world Ometepe Island.
After one hour and half drive we will arrive in the Colonial City of Granada and tour the most important museums and church.
Lunch on the lake front.
Later a boat ride in the Isletas.
We will be back on time when the captain of ship wants us there.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We will meet just out side of the pedestrian gate in front of a casino I will be there with a sign with your name on it.
End location: I will leave inside of the port of San Juan del Sur.
Duration: 6 hours 30 min.
We will be in a van well equipped with A/C and reclining seats, 30% of the time we will be walking in the city of Granada and going to a tower of a church.
I don't have a license for scuba diving
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Gerald was a great tour guide, he was punctual and had a very nice SUV with a mini fridge to keep cold water. His english is excellent as he has lived in the US for a number of years. He added a lot of great stops to the itinerary and his pricing was very reasonable. Without question I would use him again and will suggest to anyone going to Nicaragua