Vulkan Abenteuer - San José nach Antigua Guatemala · Honduras · Nicaragua u. a.

Vulkan Abenteuer - San José nach Antigua

  • Besichtigung der antiken Maya-Ruinen von Copán
  • Lernen Sie die Einheimischen näher kennen während des Aufenthalts bei einer Gastfamilie auf der Insel Ometepe
  • Entspannung an den Traumstränden der Karibik
  • Exkursion durch das Nebelwald-Reservat von Santa Elena
  • Einen Blick in den Krater des Masaya Vulkans wagen
  • Führung durch Copán
  • Besuch einer Maya-Gemeinde mit typischem Mittagessen
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
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21 Tage Guatemala · Honduras · Nicaragua · Costa Rica

ab  1.849 € Anfragen oder buchen

Erleben Sie eine Rundreise, die selbst den erfahrensten Reisenden überzeugt. Von den üppigen Nebelwäldern Costa Ricas bis zur eindrucksvollen und charmanten Kolonialstadt Antigua: Entdecken Sie abseits ausgetretener Touristenpfade die Farbenpracht und die Stimmung Mittelamerikas. Erkunden Sie die antiken Maya-Ruinen in Copán und erhalten Sie in kleinen, traditionellen Dörfern Einblicke in die lebendige Kultur der Region. Erforschen Sie die exotische Tier- & Pflanzenwelt des Monteverde Nebelwalds, riskieren Sie einen Blick in den Krater des Masaya Vulkans und entspannen Sie an den weißen Sandstränden der Insel Roatán. Erkunden Sie die Vulkane und den Dschungel des unberührten Inselparadieses Ometepe inmitten des Nicaragua Sees und besuchen Sie eine Maya-Gemeinde, wo Sie etwas über das Kunsthandwerk der Region erfahren. Zahlreiche optionale Aktivtäten wie Surfen, Schnorcheln, Zip-Lining oder Rafting runden das erlebnisreiches Abenteuer durch das Herz Zentralamerikas ab.

Tag 1 San José
Ankunft zu jeder Zeit möglich.

Tag 2 San José/La Fortuna
Fahrt nach La Fortuna und Arenal. Optional kannst du Raften, die Ziplines ausprobieren, dich von einem Wasserfall abseilen oder eine heiße Quelle besuchen.

Tag 3 La Fortuna
Zeit zur freien Verfügung in La Fortuna für optionale Aktivitäten rund um den Arenalsee.

Tag 4 La Fortuna/Monteverde
Von La Fortuna reist du um den Arenalsee, um die neblige Bergluft im Monteverde Nebelwald zu schnuppern.

Tag 5 Monteverde
Geführter Ausflug durch das Nebelwald-Reservat von Santa Elena. Optional kannst du die Ziplines ausprobieren oder eine Kaffeeplantage erkunden.

Tag 6 Monteverde/San Juan del Sur
Fahrt nach Nicaragua und entspanne dich am Strand. Optional kannst du Surfen lernen oder fischen gehen.

Tag 7 San Juan del Sur
Zeit zur freien Verfügung für optionale Aktivitäten oder entspanne dich einfach am Strand.

Tag 8 San Juan del Sur/Isla de Ometepe
Fahrt zur Insel Ometepe. Lerne einheimische Freunde kennen, wenn du 2 Nächte bei einer Gastfamilie verbringst. Koste die lokale Küche und teste deine Sprachkenntnisse. Du kannst sogar einen Vulkan besteigen oder die örtliche Badestelle besuchen.

Tag 9 Isla de Ometepe
Genieße einen ganzen Tag zur eigenen Erkundung.

Tag 10 Isla de Ometepe/Granada
Fahrt nach Granada und Orientierungs-Spaziergang nach der Ankunft. Optional kannst du mit dem Kajak die Inselchen des Nicaragua-Sees erkunden oder den Vulkan Mombacho besteigen.

Tag 11 Granada
Zeit zur freien Verfügung um die Umgebung zu erkunden. Du kannst die Isletas mit dem Kajak entdecken, dir ein Fahrrad leihen, an einem Stadtrundgang teilnehmen oder die Laguna de Apoyo besuchen.

Tag 12 Granada/León
Nach einem Besuch des Vulkans Masaya geht es weiter nach León. Orientierungs-Spaziergang nach der Ankunft. Optional kannst du mit dem Sandboard den Cerro-Negro-Vulkan hinunterfahren, die größte Kathedrale Mittelamerikas besichtigen oder durch die Straßen Leóns schlendern.

Tag 13 León
Verbringe den ganzen Tag damit, die Gegend zu erkunden.

Tag 14 León/Roatán
Mit dem Minibus, Flugzeug und der Fähre geht es nach Honduras.

Tage 15-16 Roatán
Genieße Zeit zur freien Verfügung am Strand, miete ein Fahrrad oder einen Roller oder besuche ein Museum. Optional kannst du schnorcheln oder tauchen.

Tag 17 Roatán/Copán
Reisetag von Roatán ins bezaubernde Copán.

Tag 18 Copán
Genieße eine Führung durch die Maya-Ruinen von Copán und besuche optional das Ara-Reservat oder die heißen Quellen.

Tag 19 Copán/Antigua
Grenzüberquerung nach Guatemala. Die Reise führt dich weiter in die Kolonialstadt Antigua.

Tag 20 Antigua
Besuch einer kleinen Maya-Gemeinde, wo du etwas über das Kunsthandwerk der Region erfährst. Optional kannst du Salsa-Unterricht nehmen, einen Vulkan besteigen, lernen, wie man Schokolade herstellt, eine Kaffee- oder Macadamianuss-Plantage besuchen oder die Kultur dieser Kolonialstadt in den vielen Museen und Cafés kennen lernen.

Tag 21 Antigua
Abreise zu jeder Zeit möglich.

Leistungen enthalten

Mittelamerika Rundreise gemäß Programm, Transport, Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten wie angegeben, Inlandsflug, Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen laut Reiseprogramm: Aufenthalt in La Fortuna, Geführte Tour im Santa-Elena-Nebelwaldreservat (Monteverde), Strandaufenthalt in San Juan del Sur, Von Planeterra unterstützter Aufenthalt bei einer Gastfamilie auf Ometepe, Orientierungs-Spaziergang durch Granada, Besuch des Vulkans Masaya, Orientierungs-Spaziergang durch León, Strandaufenthalt in Roatan, Führung durch Copán, Besuch einer Maya-Gemeinde mit einem typischen Mittagessen (Antigua), Alle Transfers zwischen den Reisezielen sowie zu inbegriffenen Aktivitäten und zurück

Leistungen nicht enthalten

Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar), Flughafentransfers, Flughafen- und Ausreisesteuern, persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgeld, Reiseversicherung, Visum, optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten, Vor-/Nachübernachtungen zur Tour, nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke

Unterbringung

18x Hotel
2x Gastfamilie (Mehrbettzimmer möglich)

Die Unterbringung erfolgt in Zweibettzimmern (ggf. auch Mehrbettzimmer möglich). Alleinreisende werden mit Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts untergebracht. Die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer ist gegen Aufpreis buchbar (vorbehaltlich Verfügbarkeit, keine Einzelunterbringung in den Nächten 8-9 möglich).

EZ-Zuschlag: 1059 EUR

Verpflegung

2x Frühstück
1x Mittagessen
2x Abendessen

Planen Sie USD655-855 für nicht inbegriffene Mahlzeiten ein.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter, lokale Tourguides.

Transportarten

Fähre, Öffentliche / gemietete Busse, Minibus, Flugzeug, Zu Fuß

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Vorübernachtung San José:
Einzelzimmer: 70 EUR pro Nacht
Doppelzimmer: 70 EUR pro Zimmer/Nacht

Nachübernachtung Antigua:
Einzelzimmer: 40 EUR pro Nacht
Doppelzimmer: 40 EUR pro Zimmer/Nacht

Flughafentransfer

Anreisetransfer San José:
Einzelreisende: 45 EUR
2 Reisende: 25 EUR p.P.
ab 3 Reisenden: 20 EUR p.P.

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Aktivitäten, die Sie bereits vorab hinzubuchen können:

Costa Rica Adrenaline Bundle - EUR 113


Alle Angaben in USD:

SAN JOSÉ:
Adventure Combo (Canopy & Reiten) $107
Adventure Combo (Canopy & Rafting) $107
Kombi Tour (Doka - Poas - Cataratas) $96
La Paz Wasserfall Gärten (späte Abfahrt) $75
Manuel Antonio Nationalpark (Die, Do, Sa & So) $99
Poas Volcano (halbtags) $46
San Jose City Tour $39
The Best of the Pacific (Punta Leona) $115
Rafting Klasse IV Pacuare $99
Irazu, Orosi und Lankaster Gärten $81
RAM LUNA (Show & Dinner) $69

LA FORTUNA / ARENAL:
Rafting Klasse III und IV (ganzer Tag - 7 Std.) $75 (mit Mittagessen)
Rafting Klasse II und III (halber Tag - 4,5 Std.) $65 (mit Mittagessen)
Canyoning/Rappelling Tour $75 (mit Frühstück oder Mittagessen, ca. 4 Std.)
Mambo Combo (Rafting Klasse II und III mit Canyoning) $139.50 (ca. 8 Std.)
Venado Cave Höhlenforschung $55 (4 Std.)
Stand up Paddle $65 (4 Std.)
Mountainbiking $59 (4 Std.)
Caño Negro Reservat $55 (8 Std.)
Vulkan-Rundgang/Aussichtspunkt/Abendessen und Eintritt zu heißen Quellen $45 (inkl. Transport)
Aussichtspunkt/Abendessen und Eintritt zu heißen Quellen $36 (inkl. Transport)
Heiße Quellen $20
Heiße Quellen inkl. Abendessen $25
Cerro Chato Extrem-Wanderung (6 Std.) $59
Flloß-Safari $45 (4 Std.)
Ausritt zu einem Wasserfall $42 (4 Std.)
Fahrradmiete $15/Tag
Volunteer-Programm beim Proyecto Asis (Tierfütterung, Baby-Affen, und etwas körperliche Arbeit, inkl. Snack) $59 (4 Std.)

MONTEVERDE:
Ziplining $45
Hängebrücken $25
Reiten ($25 für 1 ½ Std., $30 für 2 Std., $45 für 3 Std.)
Schmetterlingsgarten $12
Trapiche Tour $30
Kaffeetour $25
Froschteich $12
Serpentarium (Schlangengehege) $10
ATV $50 / $75 (Einzel / Doppel)
Nacht-Wanderung $22
Orchideen Garten $10
Käsefabrik $10
Fledermaus-Dschungel $10

SAN JUAN DEL SUR:
Surfbrett Leihgebühr $20/Tag
Surfstunde, Surfbrettmiete, Transport zum Strand $40
Boot zu den Stränden $10
Fahrrad mieten $5/Tag
Sonnenuntergangs-Bootstour $40
Segeltörn (ganztags) $90
Schnorchelausrüstung $10/Tag
Tauchen $60
Angelausflüge $30
Nachtfischen $30
Besuch der Meeresschildkröten Nistplätze (saisonabhängig) $30
Reiten $20
Canopy Tour $20

OMETEPE:
Wanderung: Vulkan Concepcion inkl. Guide $25
Wanderung: Vulkan Madera inkl. Guide $25
Fahrrad Leihgebühr $12
Scooter oder ATV mieten $40
Wanderung zu Felszeichnungen & Charco Verde $25
Ojo de Agua $2
Reiten $20 (4 Std.)

GRANADA:
Kayaktour Las Isletas $30
Bootstour Las Isletas $15
Besuch des Laguna de Apoyo Kratersees & Mirador Caterina $15
Taxi ab/bis Masaya Markt $20
Tour Mombacho Vulkan $25
Canopy Tour am Mombacho Vulkan $25
Pferde-Kutschfahrt um die Innenstadt $10

LEON:
Leon Viejo Eintritt $25
Ruben Dario Museum - frei - Spenden erwünscht
Cordobas City Tour $15
Transport zum Las Peñitas Strand $10
Boot Tour im Juan Venado Reservat $25

ROATAN:
Einführungs "Open water" Kurs $300
Tauchgang $30 - $60
Miete der Schnorchelausrüstung $5 - 10
Mopedmiete $40
Bootstouren $10 -$20
Fahrrad mieten $12
Fischen $60
Kayaking $10

COPAN:
Copan Museum $5
Reiten $25
Vogelpark $10
Fahrt ab/bis heiße Quellen $20

ANTIGUA:
City Tour $20
Fahrrad Tour $40
Kaffee/Macadamia Nuss-Plantagen Tour $20
Massage $25

Bitte beachten Sie, dass die angegebenen Aktivitäten und Preise nur der Orientierung dienen und sich jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1 San José
Arrive at any time.

There are no planned activities until an evening welcome meeting.

Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting - 1h, 18:00
The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore, but make sure you're back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour.

Accommodation

Luz De Luna (or similar)
Hotel

Day 2 San José/La Fortuna
Travel to La Fortuna and Arenal. Options include rafting, waterfall rappelling or a local hot springs visit.

Travel to La Fortuna, located at the foot of Arenal Volcano. La Fortuna is an excellent base for adventure. Opt to take a hike around the base of the volcano, hike the area’s nature trails, swim in the chilly La Fortuna waterfall or join a canopy tour and catch a bird’s eye view of the forest greenery.

Other optional activities include full-day whitewater rafting on the Toro or Balsa Rivers, mountain biking, caving, horseback riding or a tour of the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge. Like much of Costa Rica, the area is a birders’ paradise, with over 600 species as permanent residents.

Private Van San José - La Fortuna - 3h-3h30m, 195km
Costa Rican roads can be bumpy and windy. If you're prone to motion-sickness, prepare accordingly.

Optional Activities

Whitewater Rafting Arenal
Pull on your bathing suit and water shoes, don a helmet and prepare to get wet and wild. Guided by expert leaders, paddle through Class II-IV rapids as you raft past spectacular scenery. Feel the burn, work up a sweat, then cool off in the pure river water. Experience the energy and excitement and enjoy!

La Fortuna Waterfall Swim La Fortuna - 8USD per person
Take a walk, taxi, or horse just outside the town of La Fortuna to the nearby waterfall. Once at the gate, pay a fee then start the descent on rough steps (more than 500 of them!) to get to the base of the falls. The water cascades 65m (200 ft) down the side of the dormant Cerro Chato. Sit on the rocks, get sprayed, watch for iridescent blue morpho butterflies and then plunge into the cool waters.

Canopy Tour La Fortuna
Join a canopy tour (zipline) and catch a bird’s-eye view of the forest greenery as you speed through the jungle on cables.

Horseback Riding Arenal

Throw on some long pants, grab the reins and hop up on a well-trained horse. Trail ride through the tropical forest and across the area’s most beautiful landscape. Look for toucans in the trees and admire the ocean views. Visit waterfalls and end your journey with a good gallop.

Baldi Hot Springs Soak Arenal - 20-36USD per person

Relax in the shadow of the Arenal Volcano immersed in one of the naturally heated pools at Baldi Hot Springs Hotel and Spa. Rejuvenate your muscles, detox your cells, and stimulate all your senses in nature’s thermal spa. Breathe in the pure rainforest air and marvel at the mystic surroundings of these outdoor pools of paradise.

Venado Caves Exploration La Fortuna - 55USD per person

Duck your head and enter an underground world formed some 15 million years ago. The Venado Caves are 45 min NW of Fortuna. Ford rivers, crawl through caverns, and marvel at the strange stalactites, stalagmites and subterranean inhabitants including bats, frogs, and spiders. Not ideal if you get anxious in closed spaces. Great for those who want to channel their inner Indiana Jones.

Los Lagos Hot Springs Arenal

The natural hot springs at the Los Lagos Hotel, Spa & Resort are fed directly from pristine rainforest springs. Soak in the healing pools, feel your muscles relax as you luxuriate in the warm water heated by the Arenal Volcano. Enjoy the tropical jungle setting and let your senses soar.

Hanging Bridges Arenal - 60USD per person
Come join the monkeys and perhaps spot a sloth lazing in the treetops of this protected rainforest that’s set in the shadows of the Arenal Volcano. Trek 3km (2 mi) of winding trails up, down, across, and over 16 different bridges. One of higher suspended bridges overlooks a gorgeous gorge and 60m (37 mi) waterfall. Look up and down to spot birds, snakes, frogs, lizards, howler monkeys, and more. Don’t forget to bring binoculars, bug spray, and a long lens as you reach new heights in the canopy of Costa Rica.

Accommodation

Hotel Fortuna (or similar)
Hotel

Day 3 La Fortuna

Free time in La Fortuna to enjoy optional activities around Lake Arenal.

Opt to go canyoneering, whitewater rafting, hiking, caving, horseback riding, paddleboarding, kayaking, or visit a wildlife refuge. There are so many activities to choose from while in the area.

Free Time La Fortuna - Full Day
Don't waste a minute - get exploring.

Optional Activities


Mountain Biking Arenal - 15-59USD per person
Rent a bike and head off along one of the backroads outside of town. Take the road to San Ramon and turn right on the road toward the waterfall. Or take a guided cycling tour and pick one of three routes of varying difficulty.

Whitewater Rafting Arenal

Pull on your bathing suit and water shoes, don a helmet and prepare to get wet and wild. Guided by expert leaders, paddle through Class II-IV rapids as you raft past spectacular scenery. Feel the burn, work up a sweat, then cool off in the pure river water. Experience the energy and excitement and enjoy!

Birdwatching La Fortuna
Set out on a bird watching adventure with a local expert. Depending on the season, explore around Arenal Volcano and Lake, visit El Silencio Nature Reserve, or Finca Luna Nueva. The area around Arenal is home to more than 350 species of birds. Look for toucans, parrots, Montezuma Oropendolas, colourful tanagers, and parakeets.

La Fortuna Waterfall Swim - 8USD per person
Take a walk, taxi, or horse just outside the town of La Fortuna to the nearby waterfall. Once at the gate, pay a fee then start the descent on rough steps (more than 500 of them!) to get to the base of the falls. The water cascades 65m (200 ft) down the side of the dormant Cerro Chato. Sit on the rocks, get sprayed, watch for iridescent blue morpho butterflies and then plunge into the cool waters.

Hiking Arenal

Head out to see nature first hand. Break a sweat in the lush humid jungle around the slopes of Arenal Volcano and keep an eye out for monkeys, birds and sloths.

Canopy Tour La Fortuna

Join a canopy tour (zipline) and catch a bird’s-eye view of the forest greenery as you speed through the jungle on cables.

Horseback Riding Arenal

Throw on some long pants, grab the reins and hop up on a well-trained horse. Trail ride through the tropical forest and across the area’s most beautiful landscape. Look for toucans in the trees and admire the ocean views. Visit waterfalls and end your journey with a good gallop.

Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge Tour Arenal - Caño Negro - 68USD per person

Travel north to Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge near the Nicaraguan border. Take a guided tour by covered boat through one of the world’s most important wetlands; home to a vast array of plants, birds, reptiles, fish, and mammals. Keep your eyes peeled and you may see a three-toed sloth or a Jesus Christ lizard.

Venado Caves Exploration La Fortuna - 55USD per person
Duck your head and enter an underground world formed some 15 million years ago. The Venado Caves are 45 min NW of Fortuna. Ford rivers, crawl through caverns, and marvel at the strange stalactites, stalagmites and subterranean inhabitants including bats, frogs, and spiders. Not ideal if you get anxious in closed spaces. Great for those who want to channel their inner Indiana Jones.

Accommodation

Hotel Fortuna (or similar)
Hotel

Day 4 La Fortuna/Monteverde

From La Fortuna, travel around Lake Arenal to the misty mountain air of the Monteverde Cloud Forest.

Shared van La Fortuna - Laguna de Arenal - 30m-45m

Climb aboard and make friends with your seatmate en route to the next stop.

Boat Laguna de Arenal - 45m-1h15m, 10km

Climb aboard and get your float on.

Shared van Laguna de Arenal - Monteverde - 1h30m-2h, 35km
Climb aboard and make friends with your seatmate en route to the next stop.

Free Time Monteverde - Evening

Start exploring this beautiful town.

Optional Activities

Monteverde Horseback Riding - 25-45USD per person
Enjoy Monteverde’s breath-giving wilderness by horseback. Spot toucans, bellbirds, and parrots as you ride through private mountain trails along the primary and secondary forest. Meet monkeys, see sloths, and possibly glimpse the Gulf of Nicoya through the clouds. Take photos, inhale the pure air, and let your horse lead you on this memorable meander in misty Monteverde.

Accommodation
Hotel Los Jardines (or similar)
Hotel

Day 5 Monteverde
Enjoy a guided visit to the Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve. Opt to fly across canopy ziplines or tour a coffee plantation.

Optional activities here include sky walks (suspension bridges amid foliage), butterfly garden, and a canopy zip-line tour.

Santa Elena Cloud Forest Guided Tour - Monteverde - 2h-3h

Pull on your poncho and boots. It’s time to head into the cloud-covered forest, past over-sized ferns and exotic orchids. Harness your inner Tarzan and Jane as you imagine swinging from the giant vines. Trudge along 12km (7 mi) of trails, watch for wildlife, and trek to the top of the observation tower. Be sure to stop and listen too. Hear the haunting call of the bellbird and perhaps catch sight of the brilliant green and red resplendent quetzal. Feel good about protecting the forest and sustaining the quality of local schools through payment of your park fees.

Free Time Monteverde - Afternoon
Don't waste a minute, get exploring.

Optional Activities

Sky Walk Monteverde
Get up high to see the tree tops of Monteverde’s Cloud Forest from a bird’s eye view. Cross a series of suspension bridges to discover the early ropes and pulleys that early biologists required to glimpse – a lush, green vista accented by bromeliads, vines, and orchids. Wonder at this wet canopy, home to thousands of species of birds, small animals, amphibians and insects (making up 90% of all the organisms in the forest).

Ziplining Monteverde - 45USD per person

Buckle up your harness, don your helmet, and prepare to launch. Glide along cables suspended high above the cloud forest canopy. Dare to let go and reach top speeds as you zip past stunning scenery. Forget your fear as you spot a toucans or exotic orchids in this adrenaline-filled experience.

Monteverde Butterfly Garden Visit - 12USD per person
Get close to butterflies, bump into giant bugs, and make friends with hairy eight-legged spiders in this collection of gardens nestled in the mountains of Monteverde. Observe caterpillars, take prize-worthy photos of the iridescent blue morpho butterfly, and check out the leaf-cutter ant colony. The nature centre is home to 30 species of butterfly, a whole bunch of insects, as well as white-faced monkeys, coatis, motmots, and more.

Monteverde Coffee Plantation Tour
No trip to Costa Rica is complete without visiting a coffee plantation. Head to Café Monteverde and learn how this fair trade coffee goes from crop to cup. Pick ripe berries, watch how the beans are separated from the husk, then observe the drying and roasting process. Sample and buy some of these excellent beans. The Santa Elena coffee co-op prides itself on sustainable practices: it recycles processing water, uses coffee pulp for fertilizer, and sends plant fibers and husks to make paper.

Accommodation
Hotel Los Jardines (or similar)
Hotel

Day 6 Monteverde/San Juan del Sur

Travel to Nicaragua and get ready to relax on the beach. Opt for surf lessons or to go fishing.

Journey to low-key San Juan del Sur for some serious relaxation by the sea. Set on a stunning horseshoe shaped cove, this fishing village is the perfect place to combine two of Nicaragua’s best features - its beautiful beaches and its award-winning Flor de Caña rum!

Do as much or as little as you want. Take surf lessons, try your luck at fishing, go ziplining on the hills above San Juan del Sur, or just lounge on the beach.

A short boat or taxi ride away, the deserted beaches of Playa Maderas and Majagual to the north and Playa Remanso to the south are calling out to be explored.

In the evenings take advantage of the relaxed seaside nightlife with the friendly locals.

Private Vehicle Monteverde - Peñas Blancas - 3h30m-4h30m, 36km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

This can be a windy and bumpy ride. If you suffer from motion sickness, prepare accordingly.

Border Crossing (Costa Rica - Nicaragua) Peñas Blancas
Ready for a little more ink in your passport? Grab your bags and get ready to check another country off your bucket list.

Local bus Peñas Blancas - San Juan del Sur - 30m-45m, 20km
Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.

Optional Activities

Ziplining San Juan del Sur - 30USD per person

There is one word for Da' Flying Frog. Amazing. Feel like you are in Tarzan’s back yard, especially in the rainy season. Zip to 17 platforms over 2.5 km (1.5 mi) of pure jungle scenery. Enjoy the view of the valley and San Juan del Sur bay. Best of all there are two cables and an excellent crew for your safety.

Sunset Cruise San Juan del Sur - 20USD per person

Take a cruise along the Pacific coastline. As soon as you leave, the music starts and the bar is open with your choice of soft drink, beer, local rum - unlimited for the 2 hr journey. Enjoy panoramic sunsets and keep you eyes open for local marine wildlife such as dolphins and whales. Try some trolling - anything you catch you can keep for dinner.

Night Fishing San Juan del Sur - 35USD per person

Try something new and go after some delightfully delicious pargo (snapper) while fishing under the stars and moonlight. The boat is equipped with submersible lights, full night lights and a soothing stereo system. Don’t forget your cold beers and friends.

Accommodation

Royal Chateau (or similar)
Hotel

Day 7 San Juan del Sur

Free time to enjoy optional activities or relax on the beaches.

Free Time San Juan del Sur - Full Day

The day is yours - get exploring or get relaxing.

Optional Activities

Ziplining San Juan del Sur - 30USD per person

There is one word for Da' Flying Frog. Amazing. Feel like you are in Tarzan’s back yard, especially in the rainy season. Zip to 17 platforms over 2.5 km (1.5 mi) of pure jungle scenery. Enjoy the view of the valley and San Juan del Sur bay. Best of all there are two cables and an excellent crew for your safety.

Surf Lesson San Juan del Sur - 10-35USD per person
Grab a board and hit the waves. With knowledge and tips from a certified instructor you'll be hanging ten in no time.

Fishing San Juan del Sur - 275-525USD per person

Experience the ultimate in sport fishing comfort as you cast for mackerel, jack, black and white tunas, and snapper. If you are in search of sailfish, marlin, and dorado, head out 32-48km (20-30 mi) on the all-day charter.

Sunset Cruise San Juan del Sur - 20USD per person

Take a cruise along the Pacific coastline. As soon as you leave, the music starts and the bar is open with your choice of soft drink, beer, local rum - unlimited for the 2 hr journey. Enjoy panoramic sunsets and keep you eyes open for local marine wildlife such as dolphins and whales. Try some trolling - anything you catch you can keep for dinner.

Night Fishing San Juan del Sur - 35USD per person
Try something new and go after some delightfully delicious pargo (snapper) while fishing under the stars and moonlight. The boat is equipped with submersible lights, full night lights and a soothing stereo system. Don’t forget your cold beers and friends.

Whale Watching and Dolphin Spotting Tour San Juan del Sur

Humpback whales visit every year from January to late March or early April and are magnificent creatures to spot. Head out on a cruise to try to capture these beautiful animals, with your camera, of course. You may also see dolphins swimming nearby.

Horseback Riding San Juan del Sur - 20USD per person

Head out for a few hours or a full-day adventure by horseback. Experience the great outdoors surrounded by mountains and beaches. Opt to visit Finca Palermo, Playa Hermosa Surf Camp, or Rancho Chilamate.

Snorkelling San Juan del Sur - 10USD per person
Enjoy the beautiful underwater world just outside of San Juan del Sur Bay.

Turtle Tour San Juan del Sur - 30USD per person

This is a must-do experience. Go with a local guide to the reserve of La Flor where the Olive Ridley turtles return year after year to lay their eggs. If you are lucky, you may also see the newborn hatchlings make a dash to the safety of the sea.

Playa Hermosa Visit San Juan del Sur

Located 12km (7.5 mi) south of San Juan Del Sur, Playa Hermosa is one of the safest and most beautiful beaches in southern Nicaragua. Voted as the #1 beach by Nicaragua Surf Report and home to Survivor Nicaragua, you may never want to leave this white sand beach. Surf, swim, and keep your eye out for baby turtles.

Accommodation

Royal Chateau (or similar)
Hotel

Day 8 San Juan del Sur/Isla de Ometepe (Dinner)
Travel to Ometepe Island and get to know local friends during a 2-night homestay. Try the cuisine, test out some Spanish skills and even opt to climb a volcano or visit the local swimming hole.

Cross Lake Nicaragua by ferry to arrive at Ometepe Island. The group will be split up amongst different families within this small community. Enjoy local meals and getting to know your host family.

During your stay, if you enjoy a challenge, hike Madera Volcano. If you want to take it a little slower, check out the pre-Columbian petroglyphs, try out the Tarzan swing at a nearby jungle swimming hole, or enjoy the beach.

Local bus San Juan del Sur - Rivas - 1h-1h15m, 30km
Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.

Local bus Rivas - San Jorge - 15m-30m, 5km
Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.

Ferry San Jorge - Moyogalpa - 1h-1h30m, 10km

Make yourself comfortable on the top deck or inside and enjoy the views of Volcano Concepción and Volcano Maderas.

Private Vehicle Moyogalpa - Los Ángeles - 15m-30m, 6km

Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Pueblo Hotel Homestay Isla de Ometepe

Stay with a local family by the lake in the small rural village of Los Angeles, on Ometepe Island. Your presence is supporting this community-owned and operated business. The Planeterra Foundation helped launch the project and have trained up the community to host G Adventures travellers. While you're here, practice Spanish, enjoy authentically-cooked fresh food and explore the island!

Optional Activities


Swimming Isla de Ometepe

Swim the cool waters of Lake Nicaragua, also known as Mar Dulce (Sweet Sea). Fed by more than 40 rivers, it’s the largest lake in Central America and the tenth largest freshwater lake in the world. Also check out local swimming holes fed by underground springs and enriched with therapeutic minerals to both relax and invigorate the senses.

Accommodation
Pueblo Hotel Homestay (or similar)
Hotel

Day 9 Isla de Ometepe (Breakfast | Dinner)
Enjoy a full day free to explore.

Opt to climb Volcano Concepcion or Volcano Maderas, take a cultural tour, visit the beach at Santo Domingo, or visit el Ojo de Agua for a refreshing swim and lunch.

Free Time Isla de Ometepe - Full Day

Don't waste a minute - get out and explore.

Pueblo Hotel Homestay Isla de Ometepe
Stay with a local family by the lake in the small rural village of Los Angeles, on Ometepe Island. Your presence is supporting this community-owned and operated business. The Planeterra Foundation helped launch the project and have trained up the community to host G Adventures travellers. While you're here, practice Spanish, enjoy authentically-cooked fresh food and explore the island!

Optional Activities


Swimming Isla de Ometepe
Swim the cool waters of Lake Nicaragua, also known as Mar Dulce (Sweet Sea). Fed by more than 40 rivers, it’s the largest lake in Central America and the tenth largest freshwater lake in the world. Also check out local swimming holes fed by underground springs and enriched with therapeutic minerals to both relax and invigorate the senses.

Hiking Maderas Volcano Isla de Ometepe - 45USD per person

Prepare to spend the day (4 hr each way) hiking the dormant Maderas Volcano (1,400m/4,573 ft). Walk past coffee plantations, then up a steep trail through cloud forest. It gets damp and muddy, so watch your step. At the summit, hike down into the crater and swim in the cool, refreshing lagoon. How many people can say they have floated in the bowels of a volcano?

Island and Pre-Columbian Petroglyphs Tour Isla de Ometepe - 45USD per person
There’s something special about coming across a boulder in a field, now covered in moss, and engraved in circles or images made by someone who lived in the area thousands of years ago. Discover Ometepe’s pre-Columbian petroglyphs (rock carvings) and stone statues, along with pieces of ancient ceramic urns and utensils. Learn the history and significance of these artifacts dating back to 1000 BC. Includes a stop at hot springs and the beach.

Hike Concepcíon Volcano Isla de Ometepe - 45USD per person

The steep terrain of this active volcano make Concepción the most difficult climb in all of Nicaragua. Plan on a round trip duration of 10-12 hours of sweaty, muddy, humid and windy climbing. Bring lots of water and food. The rewards can include breathtaking views of the isthmus of Ometepe, Maderas Volcano, Chontales, and Costa Rica to the south, as well as vegetation unique to this volcano.

Accommodation
Pueblo Hotel Homestay (or similar)
Hotel

Day 10 Isla de Ometepe/Granada (Breakfast)
Travel to Granada with an orientation walk on arrival. Opt to kayak the isletas in Lake Nicaragua or hike the trails atop Mombacho Volcano.

Nicaragua boasts both incredibly friendly people and impressive natural beauty. Granada’s colonial charm is complimented by the surrounding active volcanoes and lakes, making day trips a fun and easy option. Hike, cruise, or just explore the city’s markets and museums.

Private Vehicle Los Ángeles - Moyogalpa - 15m-30m, 6km

Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Ferry Moyogalpa - San Jorge - 1h-1h30m, 10km

Get to the next spot on your route aboard a convenient and efficient ferry boat.

Local bus San Jorge - Rivas - 15m-30m, 5km
Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.

Local bus Rivas - Granada - 1h15m-1h45m, 70km

Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.

Orientation Walk, 30m-1h
Enjoy a brief walk with your CEO. He/she will give you some tips on finding things like supermarkets, main squares, and ATMs. For more specific or in-depth information, an official guided tour is recommended.

Free Time Granada - Afternoon
There are so many options, just start exploring.

Accommodation
Hotel Chilamates (or similar)
Hotel

Day 11 Granada
Enjoy free time to explore. Opt to kayak the isletas, rent a bike, take a city tour, or head to Laguna de Apoyo.

Free Time Granada - Full Day
There's no time to waste - get exploring.

Optional Activities


Mombacho Volcano Trails Hike Volcán Mombacho - 35USD per group
Hike the muddy paths up Mombacho Volcano. At the windy summit, see four dormant craters, all covered in dense cloud forest. On a rare clear day, capture views of Granada, las Isletas, Laguna de Apoyo, and Lake Nicaragua beyond.

Hiking Granada
Take a trip up the steep slopes of the Mombacho Volcano, 10km (6 mi) from Granada, past coffee plantations and cloud forest. Bring a sweater for the cool, windy weather. Trek along marked trails, past cloud-kissed plants and abundant wildlife, to see fumaroles, craters and possibly a view (although the summit is often cloud-covered). Look down and try to spot the Mombacho salamander.

Kayaking Granada
Grab a paddle, put on a lifejacket and set off to explore by kayak.

Laguna de Apoyo Visit Granada
Travel less than half an hour from Granada to the picturesque Laguna de Apoyo. The warm clean waters of this lake are said to have healing properties; this former volcano crater is nature’s giant bathtub, filled by natural springs and rain water from the past 20,000 or so years. Hike the forested trails in the surrounding hills. See hummingbirds, monkeys, and toucans. Slip into the mild waters and enjoy a peaceful swim. How many people can boast they swam in a volcano?

City Tour Granada
Head out for a guided tour of the charming colonial city of Granada. Visit churches, museums and parks and learn more about the history and culture of the city.

Accommodation

Hotel Chilamates (or similar)
Hotel

Day 12 Granada/León

Journey on to León after a tour of local villages around Granada. Enjoy an orientation walk on arrival in León. Opt to visit Central America’s largest cathedral or explore the history-filled streets.

Head to León, but not before visiting three local villages on the outskirts of Granada.

Take an included orientation walk around the city, the former capital from the colonial period until 1857, and still the centre of much of the country’s cultural and intellectual activity.

Granada Villages Tour Granada

Enjoy a tour of several villages around Granada. Visit the Masaya Handicrafts Market, take in the spectacular view of Laguna de Apoyo from the village of Catarina (famous for its nurseries and flower stalls), and learn about local pottery and ceramics in San Juan de Oriente. Cap it all off with a relaxing swim in the refreshing waters of Laguna de Apoyo - bliss!

Orientation Walk, 30m-1h
Enjoy a brief walk with your CEO. He/she will give you some tips on finding things like supermarkets, main squares, and ATMs. For more specific or in-depth information, an official guided tour is recommended.

Private Vehicle Granada - León - 3h, 130km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation
Posada San Juan de Leon (or similar)
Lodge

Day 13 León
Spend a full day exploring the area.

There is always something interesting to do in León, whether it be a city tour, kayaking around Juan Venado Island, or a trip to the nearby beaches of Poneloya and Las Peñitas.

If you’d prefer to just wander through the streets, you’ll find several politically-charged murals depicting Nicaragua’s turbulent history and several good museums in the area, including one dedicated to the heroes and martyrs of the Sandinista movement.

Free Time León - Full Day

With so much to see and do, don't waste a minute.

Optional Activities

City Tour León
Head out into the city with a knowledgable local guide to learn more about the history and culture of this colonial city.

Flor de Caña Factory Visit León
Head to the distillery to learn more about the production and history of this potent liquor. Flor De Caña has won countless international awards and is regarded as one of the best rums in Latin America. White, dark, young and aged, sample them all!

Telica Twilight Tour León
Hike up Telica Volcano in the afternoon to enjoy the sunset and views. This volcano is so active, nothing grows on its slopes. At nightfall, hike the last section up to the crater to see the glowing orange-red lava. Afterwards, hike in the dark back down to the transport.

Isla Juan Venado Visit León - 55USD per person
Hop into the boat and motor off through the mangroves along the shores of Juan Venado Island. Cruise the waterways to see egrets and other birds, crocodiles, crabs, iguanas and more. Through local guides, learn about the different types of mangrove forests, then take a swim at one of the nearby beaches. This is sure to be a day you won’t forget!

Kayak Isla Juan Venado León

Kayak the mangrove forest and discover the diverse ecosystem around Juan Venado Island. Bring your binoculars to spot birds, and look for the tell-tale tails of crocodiles and iguanas. Hop out to take a swim or just stroll along the beach.

Momotombo Volcano Visit León

Momotombo is one of the most impressive volcanoes in Nicaragua. Resting on the banks of Lake Managua, it is 1,297m (4,255 ft) above sea level and one of the most difficult to climb. During the hike, there will be a chance to see amazing crater and views of Momotombito Island, Monte Gala lagoon, Xolotlán Lake, and much more.

Horseback Riding Asososca Crater Lake León
Put on some long pants and travel by horse through a unique landscape accented by volcanic peaks and craters. Check out the huge round hole on the slope of El Hoyo, enjoy the view of Momotombo on the horizon, then go for a swim in the Asososca Crater Lagoon.

Accommodation

Posada San Juan de Leon (or similar)
Lodge

Day 14 León/Roatán

Travel day by van, plane and ferry to Honduras.

Head to the diving haven of Roatán, set amongst what is part of the second-largest barrier reef in the world. This Caribbean island is famous for its marine treasures.

Crystal blue waters invite swimming, diving, snorkelling, or simply relaxing on the white-sand beaches of the Bay Islands.

Private Vehicle León - Tegucigalpa - 7h30m-8h30m, 310km

Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Border Crossing (Nicaragua - Honduras) Guasaule

Ready for a little more ink in your passport? Grab your bags and get ready to check another country off your bucket list.

Plane Tegucigalpa - Roatán - 3h-3h30m
Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... yup, it is a plane, actually.

There is a limit of 32kg luggage (including carry ons) per person.

Private Vehicle Roatán - 45m-1h30m, 17km
Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

Accommodation

Seagrape Plantation (or similar)
Hotel

Days 15-16 Roatán
Enjoy free time on the beach, rent a bike or scooter or visit a local museum. Opt to snorkel or scuba dive.

The beaches of the western end are some of the most beautiful in the world, with clear turquoise water, powdery white sand and swaying coconut palms. While many people spend their days immersed in the warm, blue Caribbean waters, enjoying excellent fresh seafood, you may also opt to venture into the hilly interior by bicycle or scooter.

The botanical gardens offer relaxed walking amongst exotic plants and racing 'Jesus lizards', a species of lizard that runs on its hind legs. In nearby Sandy Bay, the Institute for Marine Sciences is definitely worth a visit.

Free Time Roatán - Full Day

Don't waste a minute, get out and explore.

Optional Activities


Scuba Diving Roatán

Roatán offers some of best diving in the Caribbean. Find a dive shop and prepare for a memorable day of coral and caverns, wrecks and walls, all sorts of great-looking fish. Part of the second largest reef in the world, the waters around the island are home to 95% of all the marine species in the Caribbean. Swim with turtles, moray eels, jaw fish and octopus. Bring your underwater camera and make memories that will last a lifetime.

Snorkelling Roatán

Snorkelling is a must-do activity here on the island, considered a world class destination for those seeking warm clear waters and lots to look at. Head to West Bay Beach and set off in search of seahorses, stingrays, and sea turtles. Ask about the submarine submerged near Half Moon Bay - now home to a large eel and some lobsters.

Scooter Rental Roatán

What better way to explore than on the seat of a scooter? Zip around and see more.

Accommodation

Seagrape Plantation (or similar)
Hotel

Day 17 Roatán/Copán

Full travel day from Roatán to charming Copán.

The village of Copán is a pleasant place to spend a relaxing evening with a small central square frequently filled with people.

Private Vehicle Roatán - 45m-1h30m, 17km

Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.
Ferry

Roatán - La Ceiba - 1h45m-2h15m, 75km

The large ferry has two floors with an air-conditioned cabin and an open air area towards the back.

The ferry can be rough at time. If you suffer from motion-sickness, prepare accordingly.

Local bus La Ceiba - San Pedro Sula - 4h-4h30m, 193km

The bus will make a quick stop to purchase food and use the toilets.

Local bus San Pedro Sula - Copán - 4h-4h30m, 174km

Climb aboard, grab a seat, and enjoy the ride.

Accommodation
Hotel Plaza Copan (or similar)
Hotel

Day 18 Copán
Enjoy a guided tour of the Mayan ruins of Copán and opt to soak in the hot springs.

Copán Ruins Guided Tour Copán, 2h-3h

Step back in time more than a 1,000 years to discover the ancient Mayan site of Copán. Walk across grassy plazas and examine intricately carved stone stellae (tall monuments) depicting various gods and rulers. Admire the artistry and scale of the temples, ball court and well-preserved hieroglyphic stairway and understand why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be sure to visit the museum to see Mayan artifacts and a life-sized replica of the Rosalila Temple.

Free Time Copán - Afternoon
Get out and explore

Optional Activities


Luna Jaguar Hot Springs Visit Copán
Take a scenic drive through the back roads of Copán Ruinas to hot springs at Luna Jaguar. Take a relaxing soak in one of the pools, surrounded by the jungle. If all that lounging around has worked up your appetite, opt to enjoy a barbeque lunch on site.

Horseback Riding Copán

Enjoy rural Honduras by horseback. Ride through the Copán Valley and along the river. Head up into the hills to meet local farmers. Keep your eyes peeled for exotic birds and wildlife. Who knows, you may even spot an ancient Maya artifact on your journey.

Accommodation
Hotel Plaza Copan (or similar)
Hotel

Day 19 Copán/Antigua
Cross into Guatemala and head for the colonial city of Antigua.

Modern Antigua is a peaceful colonial city that is a pleasure to explore. Enjoy the beautiful architecture of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Private Vehicle Copán - Antigua - 8h-9h, 280km
Stop along the way to cross the border and have lunch.

Border Crossing (Honduras - Guatemala) El Florido - 1h-1h30m
Ready for a little more ink in your passport? Grab your bags and get ready to check another country off your bucket list.

Accommodation
Posada Los Bucaros (or similar)
Hotel

Day 20 Antigua (Lunch)
Visit a small Mayan community to learn about local handicrafts and traditions. Opt to take salsa lessons, climb a volcano, attend a chocolate-making workshop, visit one of the local coffee or macadamia nut plantations, or soak up the culture of this colonial town’s many museums and cafés.

Take a mountain bike ride out into the countryside or explore the fascinating markets, shops and museums within the city. Walk through quiet cobblestoned streets past rebuilt stucco homes with heavy, beautifully carved wooden entrances.

Enjoy an included visit to a Mayan village to try your hand at making tortillas and basic handicrafts before enjoying a traditional meal.

Santiago Zamora Women's Weaving Co-Op Visit Antigua, 3h-4h, 12km
Visit the Kachiquel village of Santiago Zamora and spend time with local women at their weaving cooperative. Learn the history of this Mayan village, then watch as they demonstrate the steps involved in traditional backstrap weaving. Not so long ago, every village in Guatemala was known for the distinct patterns and colours of its huipils (woven blouses), sashes and skirts. An outsider could identify a woman based on her clothing. Try a local dish of pipian de pollo and sip iced hibiscus tea. If interested, purchase a bracelet or other woven product and help support these women and their families.

Free Time Antigua - Afternoon

Explore Antigua and the surrounding area.

Optional Activities

Massage Antigua - 30-60USD per person
Relax and enjoy a Mayan massage. You’re on vacation!

Elizabeth Bell Walking Tour Antigua - 20-25USD per person

Meet your guide at the fountain in the Central Plaza and take a leisurely walk along the cobblestone streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour focuses on the Antigua's history, culture and restoration efforts (a bylaw, for example, stipulates buildings must only be painted certain colours in order to maintain the Spanish colonial character of the exteriors). Visit the City Hall Palace, Palace of the Captain's General, the main cathedral and many of Antigua's other attractions. Learn about jade and the valuable role it played in Maya culture. Shop for jewelry, pottery, textiles and wooden carvings.

ChocoMuseo Tour and Workshop Antigua - 20-25USD per person

Enjoy a chocolate workshop and museum tour to learn about the process "from bean to bar" and the history of this tasty crop. In this 1.5-hour workshop, make your own bar to take home and enjoy tastings of the varieties of chocolate drinks made on site. Who knew history could be so sweet?

Finca Filidelfia Coffee Tour Antigua - 25-60USD per person
Travel a short 10-minute ride outside of Antigua to the Finca Filadelfia coffee plantation. Walk through the plant nursery, explore the rows of coffee plants, pick a coffee “cherry” (each one has two beans inside), then discover the various stages that go into making the perfect cup of quality coffee. The farm also has a restaurant and zipline for those who opt to fly above the canopy to spot the very best beans.

Finca Valhalla Visit Antigua - 5-10USD per person
Take a tour of the macadamia nut plantation at Finca Valhalla led by the workers. Learn about this sustainable crop for the experts and discover the health benefits of the nut. Pamper yourself with a free facial and purchase some of the treats made from the macadamia nut like oils, nuts, and chocolate. This tour is offered for free in the hopes that you’ll show your gratitude by stopping by and picking up some tasty treats from the gift shop or café.

Accommodation
Posada Los Bucaros (or similar)
Hotel

Day 21 Antigua
Depart at any time.

Guatemala City is a one hour transfer away.
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