Go through Tola, and come across the beautiful and rugged nearby coastline. It used to be practically impossible to access and completely wild, but now the long stretch (30km) of Tola beaches are gradually becoming something more special for those that want to go. They still have a bit of that remote paradise feel, with world-class surf, pristine sand and great vibes.
Jicaro Island Lodge is Nicaragua's top nature resort, located on a private island in the Granada Isletas of Lake Nicaragua. One of Nicaragua's best hotels, the lodge is located just a short boat ride from the colonial town of Granada with spectacular views of the Mombacho Volcano across the lake.
Granada is the oldest city in Central America to remain on its original site. The most colorful and comfortable of Nicaragua’s cities, Granada has been charming travelers with its red-tiled roofs, grand cathedrals, breezy lakeshore, and drowsy lifestyle since the days of the Spanish, who used the city as their first Atlantic port (via Lake Cocibolca and the Río San Juan).
Omatepe is considered by many to be the gem of Nicaragua. An hour-glass shaped island with two large volcanoes rising up from the water, this is Lake Nicaragua’s largest island. The two volcanoes, Concepción and Maderas, are connected by a narrow strip of land with beautiful rainforests, rivers, and waterfalls
San Juan del Sur
Perched on Nicaragua’s central Pacific coast, near its border with Costa Rica, San Juan del Sur is the country’s primary surfing destination and Nicaragua’s favorite beach town. Described as a port town, fishing village, surfing and backpacker’s haven, San Juan del Sur has undeniably become an exciting and alluring spot.
Located in the Caribbean Sea, off the country's eastern coast, these islands encompass 10 square kilometers (3.86 square miles) of forested hills, mangrove swamps, stretches of white coral beaches and incredibly crystal-clear blue waters.
Just a few minutes from Granada and situated in the middle of a long volcanic chain extending across the whole country, you will find Apoyo Lagoon. Here, a wide, inverted volcanic crater, filled with water has created one of the most beautiful lagoons in Nicaragua.
Mukul is located on 1,675 acres of Nicaragua's blossoming southwest Pacific shore, in an expansive coastal region known as the Emerald Coast.
The Jiquelite zone consists of two extensive beaches that gets the beating of two Pacific waves. One being Playa Sardina and the other Playa Jiquelite - both of these divided by a big cliff. Playa Sardina is great for beginner and intermediate surfers, but Playa Jiquelite, which can be reached through the village of Limón Dos, is the playground for expert wave riders.
Managua is the largest city in Nicaragua and the country’s capital. It is a chaotic and noisy destination with a rich and complex political history, which has also been devastated twice by earthquakes in the last century, once in 1931 and then in 1972.
León is a fascinating city in Western Nicaragua. It is a beautiful and authentic colonial town that was the birthplace of the revolution, and is a political and intellectual city filled with writers, artists, poets, and dreamers.