What a congenial group! Traveling in a small group gave us flexibility and time to get to know our fellow travelers. Our local guide, Julio, was so informative. His English is excellent and he is very easy to understand. But the best part was his charm…he has obvious pride and enthusiasm for Nicaragua and he is eager to share its history and natural wonders. Ruth R.
Who would have expected the food to be so wonderful? What could be better than starting your day with breakfast served ovelooking our lush hotel courtyard? We had fabulous meals each day with organically grown fresh ingredients. The fresh fruit was abundant, and meal choices ranged from fresh caught fish to grass fed beef and chicken attractively presented. Sally D.
What photo ops! From natural wonders including volcanoes, birds and rain forests to charming rural scenes of a simple life to historic colonial architecture…bring your camera, you won’t be disappointed. Karen B.
People have asked me if I felt safe. Never for a moment did I not feel safe. I found the Nicaraguan people to be very friendly and truly eager to please. We felt free to walk around the colonial cities on our own without concern, and traveling with our U.S. hosts, Dennis and JoAnn, who knew Nicaragua well was also helpful. Maureen & John H.
Ziplining down the volcano and over the coffee plantation…what an experience! Our equipment was excellent, we traversed 15 platforms with our congenial guides…felt like a kid again! Phil & Diana P.
Please take a look at the full itinerary by clicking on the link below. The group size is limited to 18 guests, so sign up soon!
Natural Notable Nicaragua (click here for itinerary)
February 3-12, 2013 – or – February 17-26, 2013
(10 days, 9 nights)
Jo Ann Carr
– President, Interlude Tours
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