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Travel to Nicaragua with On The Go Tours

Discover the wonders of Nicaragua - Central America's largest and yet least visited country, which remains refreshingly untouched by tourism. Sandwiched between Honduras and Costa Rica, Nicaragua has a string of attractions, from miles of dense rainforest, lush tobacco fields and majestic volcanoes, to beautiful lakes and the charming Spanish colonial towns towns of Leon and ancient Granada.

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Antigua | Central America The Way To San Jose - 15 days Map 04 Jun 2016 The Way To San Jose - 15 days
Antigua to San Jose
USD $2,479 View trip >
The tranquil island of Ometepe
The Jewel in Nicaragua's ecological crown

In the centre of picturesque Lake Nicaragua, is the tranquil island of Ometepe. With its two towering volcanic peaks rising dramatically from the lake, Ometepe is a spectacular sight to behold, blessed with pristine white sand beaches and lush rainforest, which are home to an array of wildlife and ripe for adventure.

Nicaragua Group Tours

Our group tours in Central America offer plenty of local immersion with the use of public transport to get from A to B and staying overnight in simple, locally-owned guesthouses. In Nicaragua you can discover the charming colonial town of Leon and the exquisite volcanic island of Ometepe, in a maximum group size of 16 escorted by a tour leader.

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The Way To San Jose

15 days | FROM USD $2,479

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Activities available on our tours to Nicaragua

On Ometepe Island see waterfalls and wildlife as you hike through cloud forest to the top of Maderas Volcano where you can freshen up with a dip in its incredible crater lake; take the challenging trek to the summit of Concepcion Volcano; try zip lining through the Mombacho Volcano Cloud Forest; or enjoy a trek through scenic Masaya National Park, with its double-crested and still active volcano.

Nicaragua Travel Guide

Plan you visit to Nicaragua with the aid of our trusty travel guide with information on top spots, the weather, visas and more.

Nicaragua Travel Advice:

We keep up-to-date with the latest travel advisories to Nicaragua and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates from the relevant advisory body in your country.

Online Travel Resources for Nicaragua:

REFER TO: Rough Guides, Frommers, Footprints, CN Traveller and World Travel Guide.

ALSO SEE: The official Nicaragua Tourist Organisation site and the latest Nicaragua Weather Updates from the BBC.

Active Days, Rustic Nights OTG Adventure
Active Days, Rustic Nights

Our OTG Adventure takes you to the true heart of adventurous destinations. Whether camping in the Okavango Delta, staying in rustic accommodation in the Peruvian Amazon or camping under the Saharan stars in Morocco, this range forsakes just a little bit of the comfort of OTG Signature Range, ensuring we deliver you the best value possible for your holiday.

OTG Adventure takes you straight into the centre of where it’s all at, typically using local transport or overland style vehicles and stay at simple, clean and locally-owned guest houses, haciendas, eco-lodges and simple hotels to maximize the opportunity to interact with the locals.

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