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Private Granada Tour & Lake Nicaragua Boat Cruise

by Top Private Tours Duration 5h Picks up from select hotels Picks up from select hotels Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per traveler Price is $92
Pricing based on group of 8 travelers

Whether you're arriving by cruise ship or already staying in laid-back, beachy San Juan del Sur, an outing to historic Granada is the perfect way to soak up the culture and scenery of the region. Check out pre-Columbian pottery and colonial architecture in town, and then go for a cruise around the islets of Lake Nicaragua.

Get picked up from your hotel or near the port in San Juan del Sur and set off in the direction of Granada. This city's roots go back to 1524, when the colony was founded by conquistador Hernández de Cordoba, and the Moorish and Andalusian appearance of Granada's architecture are clues to its Spanish heritage.

Visit the Casa de los Tres Mundos, a cultural organization housed in an 18th-century building, and check out the pre-Columbian statues and pottery on display in the Museo del Convento de San Francisco. Stroll through the vibrant market, where locals browse stalls of fresh produce against a backdrop of beautiful churches and monuments. Finally, board a boat on the shores of Lake Nicaragua to set out for a scenic cruise through the Isletas de Granada, a lush archipelago of 365 islands formed by an ancient volcanic explosion.

Whether you're arriving by cruise ship or already staying in laid-back, beachy San Juan del Sur, an outing to historic Granada is the perfect way to soak up the culture and scenery of the region. Check out pre-Columbian pottery and colonial architecture in town, and then go for a cruise around the islets of Lake Nicaragua.

Get picked up from your hotel or near the port in San Juan del Sur and set off in the direction of Granada. This city's roots go back to 1524, when the colony was founded by conquistador Hernández de Cordoba, and the Moorish and Andalusian appearance of Granada's architecture are clues to its Spanish heritage.

Visit the Casa de los Tres Mundos, a cultural organization housed in an 18th-century building, and check out the pre-Columbian statues and pottery on display in the Museo del Convento de San Francisco. Stroll through the vibrant market, where locals browse stalls of fresh produce against a backdrop of beautiful churches and monuments. Finally, board a boat on the shores of Lake Nicaragua to set out for a scenic cruise through the Isletas de Granada, a lush archipelago of 365 islands formed by an ancient volcanic explosion.

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Private Granada Tour & Lake Nicaragua Boat Cruise

Activity Location

Granada

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel or Port Pickup

    San Juan del Sur


Highlights

  • Visit to Granada, oldest colony in the Western Hemisphere

  • Cultural treasures like pre-Columbian statutes & pottery

  • Charming streets & beautiful colonial churches in Granada

  • Opportunity to explore the large & colorful municipal market

  • Boat tour of the Isletas de Granada in Lake Nicaragua


Inclusions

  • Private guided tour of Granada

  • Admission fees

  • Boat cruise

  • Roundtrip transportation from your San Juan del Sur hotel or port


Exclusions

  • Food and beverages

  • Nicaragua Tourist Card


Know Before You Book

  • Tours operate between 7 AM and 2 PM. You will be able to arrange your exact tour departure time when you call to confirm your reservation.


Private Granada Tour & Lake Nicaragua Boat Cruise ratings based on 1 Verified Review

Expedia Verified Reviews

5 out of 5

5/5 Feb 16, 2018

Our tour guide was so laid back and fluent in English. He knew so much history and was fun to talk to. Joe was in no rush and took us to several interest g areas and restaurants. He was also very funny and patient with our group.