Nicaragua Itinerary

Feb 5th, 2002, 04:30 AM
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Howard
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Nicaragua Itinerary

Hello - I am thinking of visiting Nicaragua late in November - unfortunately I will only have 9 days or so. Thinking of this itinerary: 1) 3 days or so at Selva Negra in the highlands nera Mataglapa 2) 4 days or so in Granada including visits to Masaya and a boat trip on the lake 3) 2 days or so on the beach at San Juan del Sur

Any opinions on this plan?? Recommended hotels for Granada or San Juan??
 
May 9th, 2002, 10:36 AM
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If you are still interested in accommodation in San Juan del Sur Nicaragua please e-mail me. We own a recreational property 15 minutes outside of San Juan del Sur. It is a 1350sq.ft. home overlooking the Pacific located in the Resort of Playa Marsella
Thanks
 
May 17th, 2002, 12:42 AM
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MY GIRLFRIEND AND I WERE IN GRANADA FOR 4 NIGHTS BACK IN 2/02. WE STAYED AT THE HOTEL COLONIAL. VERY NICE, ABOUT $65US/NIGHT SO KINDA STEEP. LOTS OF OTHER PLACES CHEAPER BUT THIS PLACE WAS PRETTY DELUX. WE DIDN'T STAY IN SAN JUAN DEL SUR BUT SPENT A DAY THERE. DEFINATELY A BEAUTIFUL PLACE. GOOD FOOD AT THE RESTERAUNT/BAR ON THE BEACH. HAVE A GOOD TIME!
 
Jun 5th, 2002, 03:34 PM
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Do any of you know of a good airline
the ones I have been pricing are costing over $700.00. I need help finding good deals
 
Jun 7th, 2002, 07:52 PM
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The only one I will use is Taca or Lacsa airline.
Make sure when you go to Masaya, if you visit the rain forest, check the times they are open. It always changes and you wouldn't want to miss the view! Be ready to hike.
Granada is more expensive but you will find many hotels there as it is, for nicaragua, more of a tourist location.
 
Mar 26th, 2004, 04:19 PM
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Dear Howard,
I moved to Nicaragua in Dec of last year and have done lots of traveling so far. Don't waste your time at Selva Negra. It may be okay to visit for an hour, but gets real boring after that. Granada is great if you like city life. I would definitely do the island tour while there, it is a lot of fun. Masaya has the most things to do in the smallest area. Masaya Volcano is an incredible drive up to the edge volcano that'll knock your socks off. Forteleza Coyotepe, right outside Masaya, gives you a great view of the surrounding area. Los Pueblos Blancos has great shopping besides the marketplace in Masaya. San Juan Del Sur is a lot of fun too. Hotel Colonia is nice as well as Frederica's B&B right across from the beach. Email me at [email protected] if you need more info or check out my site at www.freewebs.com/wildgoldsberrys about living in Nicaragua.
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