Experiences in Granada

Enjoy views of the Mombacho Volcano and Cocibolca Valley

From a bird’s eye view on this adventurous canopy tour. Zip through the treetops as you go from platform to platform ranging in height from 10 to 100 feet above the canopy floor.

All guests are accompanied by an expert instructor and provided with high quality equipment, including helmets, pulleys, and gloves. Canopy is a safe and fun adventure for the entire family.

Leisure time.

Begin your adventure in Granada´s Central Park to pick up your bike at our outfitter service point in Granada and head through the colonial city towards Las Isletas. At the port we load your bike onto a boat and take off for a tour of Las Isletas.

After the boat tour, you disembark at the shipyard El Diamante. You continue by bike through several small communities and discover an archaeological site with pre-Columbian heritage. Enjoy the views of Lake Nicaragua and Mombacho volcano before paddling back to the pier Marina Cocibolca. Here take boat on the way to Zopango Island. Kayak and Lunch on Zopango Island is included. Boat back to the pier and transfer to your hotel.

Kayaking Experience

Kayaking Experience through Las Isletas of Lake Nicaragua is an exciting way to explore this area on your own.

You can navigate through the calm water and enjoy while doing some healthy exercise at the same time.

Founded by the Spanish in 1524, Granada is considered to be one of the oldest colonial cities in the Western hemisphere.

The visit to Granada is complete without a experience of the city’s beautiful historic center and what better way than on a traditional horse-drawn carriage.

On this privately guided walking/carriage tour you will explore the San Francisco Church and neighboring San Francisco Convent built in 1529. Now functioning as a museum, the Convent is home to an impressive collection of pre-Columbian art.

Continue on to the beautiful Merced Church where you will have the opportunity to climb to the top of the bell tower and take in spectacular views over the city, Lake Nicaragua, and Volcán Mombacho. Next, head over to La Polvora Fortress to learn the history of the old fortress and walk through its immaculate courtyard. Finish your tour in the oldest part of the city where you will visit the Xalteva Church and the old city walls. Throughout the excursion your guide will provide you with an informative and unique perspective of this beloved colonial city.