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One-Way Private Transfer from Granada to San Juan del Sur
"You will be picked up at your hotel or home rental in Granada city and will be driven to your hotel or home rental in San Juan del Sur city. The transfer time is about 2 hours long depending on traffic conditions.""""Private door to door transportation from Granada to San Juan del Sur operated in excellent vehicles or vans with air conditioning by responsible well trained and friendly drivers."
From $112.00
 
One-Way Private Transfer from Granada to Managua
You will be picked up from your hotel in Granada and driven to your hotel in Managua. Transfer time is 1 to 1.5-hour depending on the hotel location in Managua and traffic conditions."""Private door to door transportation from Granada to your hotel in Managua in excellent vehicles or vans with air conditioning and responsible friendly drivers."title=Highlights&1=Choice+of+several+departures+throughout+the+day&2=All+taxes%2C+fuel+surcharges+and+service+fees+included&3=Hotel+pickup+included""
From $78.00
 
One-Way Shared Shuttle from Granada to Managua
"You will be picked up in Granada city (hotel or home rental) for transfer to your hotel in Managua cit. Depending on hotel's location for pick-ups and drop-offs and traffic conditions the transfer time from Granada to Managua is 1 to 1.5 hours.""""Shared door to door one way shuttle transportation between Granada and Managua in excellent
From $18.00

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Boat from San Carlos

At San Carlos, there is a wharf and a ticketing office where all tickets must be bought. It's important that you prepare to depart for El Castillo by purchasing your tickets right away. However, our...
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Solentiname Islands

The tour around the islands should be separately negotiated from the boat ride to the islands because the trip from San Carlos to the islands is more dangerous and requires more boatman skills. ...
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Horse carriage

There are different ways of seeing the sights in the town by foot, taxi or horse carriage. If it is not raining, the horse carriage tour is worth doing Most of the sights are within a 10 to 15 block...
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Paxeos Shuttle Service

From the airport to Granada or elsewhere in Nicaragua, anytime of the day or night, Paxeos is a good safe option. We paid $50- for the private 45 minute shuttle, which certainly is not cheap. But, our...
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La Costena Air Service

La Costena operates several 12 seater twin prop airplanes that fly from Managua to numerous places otherwise difficult to reach. A one hour flight to San Carlos was less than $100-, so I figured this...
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Boat Transportation

There is ferry service between Granada and San Carlos twice weekly, with a stop at Ometepe Island, This is convenient for those with plenty of time as while the ferry is modern and safe, it's still...
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Nicaraguan Bus Service

Nicaraguan bus service comes in basically three varieties. At the local level, the old fashioned school bus, or "chicken bus", dominates, and provides very cheap and relatively safe way to get around....
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Tica Bus from Costa Rica to Nicaragua

After flying from Los Angeles, California in the US to San Jose, Costa Rica on America West Airlines you can purchase a ticket from Tica Bus. Tica Bus runs all throughout Central America, from capital...
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Flying to Big Corn Island from Managua

There are two airlines flying from Managua to Big Corn Island and they are La Costeña and Atlantic Airlines. If you arrive with an international flight and are continuing to Corn Island it is not far...
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Public buses in Nicaragua

They are absolutely safe. Take from Managua UCA a minibus to Granada, it will safe you some time and is only 20 cordobas, that is 1 $. From Rivas to San Juan del Sur the colectivo taxi is 35 cordobas...
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Behold their omnipresence... the taxis

Oh, the phenomenon called taxi is... something special in Nicaragua.In Managua they are a necessity, but more on that on the Managua pages...Apart from their use within an urbanized area, it is...
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Getting to Ometepe

The little town of San Jorge is the main departure point of the ferries and the boats that take you from the mainland to Ometepe island, arriving at Moyogalpa. There is also an option to take a boat...
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Buses 4

Between Managua and some major destinations, like Leon, there are so called micro-buses. Or “intermortales”, supposedly because of the suicidal behaviour of their drivers. Can’t say that they are that...
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Buses 3

There is a difference between “expreso” and “ruteado” buses. And yes, in deed, there is a difference. The expreso buses normally stop only at larger stations, or some “points on the road” that are...
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Popular Cities in Nicaragua

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Granada

Departamento de Granada
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León

Departamento de León
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Managua

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San Juan del Sur

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Corn Island

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Isla de Ometepe

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Calle Santa Lucia 141, Granada, Nicaragua
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Costado Sur Centro Comercial, Managua, Nicaragua
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Costado Oeste del parque San Juan
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Playa Ocotal, San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, 505, NI
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100 yards from Los Zorros School
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Km 70 Carretera Pochomil, POCHOMIL, NI
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Top Things to Do in Nicaragua

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The Town

After our lunch during our organized tour to Granada, the horse carriages popular for taking the tourists around town were waiting for us. The carriages are well-decorated and naturally, our 11-year...
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Solentiname Islands

Lonely Planet guide refers to this island as La Isla Elvis Chavarria, but Jose Pineda who lived there his whole life referred to it as San Fernando. Not, the largest but best located of the 36...
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Canoe the San Juan River

We prefer to see wild life in a traditional manner if possible. We saw that the river was really fast moving and I didn't think my wife and I could handle a canoe on our own. But, a young man...
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San Fernando Island

The islands are steep volcanic hills, and so a hike to the other side is a top priority for those fit enough to do so. The island center has small family farms and there's a observatory on the...
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People Watching

Especially on Sunday people watching is special in Leon. On the central plaza (park) across from the corner of the cathedral there is a restaurant/cafe with outside tables great for people watching...
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El Castillo Village

El Castillo has no cars, nor even many bicycles that I saw, so you can wander aimlessly without fear of being run over. There are a number of pleasant side streets with individual architecture, some...
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