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Set out on a riveting 10-night, comprehensive Nicaraguan adventure that includes visits to preserved Spanish colonial cities, sleepy fishing villages, soaring volcanoes, and spectacular beaches, and save a bundle with LatinDestinations.com. This summer and fall, you can explore this country’s incredible natural wonders like Lake Cocibolca (the largest freshwater lake in Central America), as well as admire its charming colonial architecture and pay just *$1,960 per person (although we actually found prices that are lower) – with round-trip airfare from the U.S. included!
Included in this Nicaragua deal are the following:
• International round-trip airfare
• Round-trip airport transfers
• Transfers between cities
• A three-night stay in Granada
• A two-night stay in Ometepe Island
• A two-night stay in Managua
• A three-night stay in San Juan del Sur
• Most breakfasts
• Hotel and air taxes, and fuel surcharges
*Deal pricing is based on departures from Sacramento, Calif. This offer is also available from many more departure cities like Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Miami, Philadelphia, Boston, and others! Tip: Believe it or not, some of these cities (and others) have even lower price points than Sacramento, but you have to search for your city, as well as be flexible with your dates. We found rates approximately $400 less in other cities on November 4 departures.
THE VALUE: Nicaragua is an up-and-coming tourism destination, and has a lot to offer the everyday traveler whether they’re looking to lounge on the beach or zip-line and hike through the jungle. It’s also a country with a rich culture and history, and spectacular beauty – lush rainforests, national parks, pristine beaches, and 50 volcanoes (seven active).
THE CATCH: Activities like tours and excursions are not included.
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