This trip travels through the less-visited countries of Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua to discover colourful towns, landscapes dotted with lakes and volcanoes, and the Unesco heritage ruins of Copan.
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Transfer to Copán and take a guided tour of the Mayan ruins and visit Finca el Cisne, a family-run coffee and cardamom plantation and a working cattle ranch. (B, L)
Transfer by road to Concepción de Ataco in El Salvador. Explore the lakes and volcanoes of the scenic Route of the Flowers. (B)
Visit Joya de Cerén archaeological site. Continue to charming Suchitoto to explore the town. (B
Travel to the mountain town of Perquín. Visit the Museum of the Revolution and the village of El Mozote to learn about the civil war history. Overnight in La Union port. (B, L, D)
Travel by private boat across the Gulf of Fonseca to Nicaragua. Continue to the artistic colonial city of León and take a city tour, visiting the ruins of old León and the San Jacinto geothermal springs. (B)
Explore the mangroves of the Juan Venado Nature Reserve and continue to Granada. Morning nature hike around Mombacho volcano. Optional excursions include a visit to the Masaya volcano or a full-day trip to Ometepe island. (B)
Transfer to Managua for a flight home via the US, arriving the next day. Alternatively, extend the trip with a stay on the Pacific coast. (B) (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 3-and 4-star accommodation.
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BAK2019: 13 Nights
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