Tours of Nicaragua

No matter what type of traveler you are, Nicaragua is the perfect place to tour. There are so many things to do in Nicaragua, from relaxing on the beaches to learning more about the endangered species of the rainforests. If you're an avid surfer, or wish to learn how to surf, there are a variety of Nicaragua surf tours to choose from. You'll travel to some of the most well known beaches in communities such as Rivas and San Juan del Sur. In addition to Nicaragua surf tours, you may want to consider tours that focus on Nicaragua sightseeing. This idea is especially appealing to people who don't want to find a car rental or arrange their own travel. Simply pay one price and you will be provided with comfortable transportation, Nicaragua sightseeing, and stays at comfortable Nicaragua hotels.

Nicaragua has some of the best beaches for surfing in Central America. If you enjoy surfing, consider looking into Nicaragua surf tours. The tours will take you to well known surf spots on the well traveled Pacific coast, as well as relatively unknown beaches on the Mosquito Coast. One of the most popular stops on a tour of Nicaragua is San Juan del Sur. The beaches of San Juan del Sur feature white sand and a strong surf almost any time of day. If you don"t have a surf board, Nicaragua surf tours usually provide all of the equipment that you"ll need on your tour of Nicaragua. The tours also include accommodation at all inclusive resorts or ecotourism hotels near the water and include a variety of Nicaragua sightseeing activities such as hiking and horseback riding.

The volcanoes of Nicaragua are also a popular stopping ground for Nicaraguan tours. The volcanoes that you might stop at include the San Cristobal volcano, the Masaya Volcano, and the Blue Volcano in eastern Nicaragua. A tour of Nicaragua volcanoes might also include a stop in a nearby city, such as the historical city of Leon. Leon is considered to be the intellectual capital of Nicaragua and is full of historical churches, museums, and colonial landmarks. It is also a close drive to the famous Momotombo volcano, a 4500 year old volcano.

People from all over the wish to go on a tour of Nicaragua rainforests. The Bosawas Biosphere Reserve is a part of the rainforest in northern Nicaragua and is a protected UNESCO area. The thousands of species of the rainforest reserve are at risk from future development and illegal logging activities in Nicaragua, so the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve is making an attempt to protect these animals. Nicaragua sightseeing through the Bosawas rainforest is possible, but only if you obtain permission from the Nicaraguan government and hire a guide to take you through the trails of the rainforest. Hiring a guide won't cost you very much money and will help ensure that you don't get lost or injured on your expedition. The guide can also suggest different Nicaragua sightseeing activities or lodging options.

Some people want to arrange their own Nicacaragua day tours instead of taking a weeklong tour. Day long Nicaragua tours around coffee plantations are extremely popular with tourists who want to learn more about the country's history of growing coffee beans. Farmers will show you what goes into getting coffee beans ready for consumption along and will even let you sample the bold and rich flavors of the coffee that Nicaragua is known for.

No matter what you decide to do on your vacation, a tour of Nicaragua are the perfect option for traveling through the country of Nicaragua for the first time.

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