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A holiday designed just for you to suit your tastes and budget.
A hugely enjoyable and varied holiday in Nicaragua.
With just a week to spare, visit the heart of Nicaragua.
An upmarket beach style holiday, perfect to unwind and relax.
Simplicity at its best and where beach lovers can escape from it all.
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Best times, busiest times, and times to avoid.
A small but growing number of great places to stay
Best option for getting about
We can book your flights, or you could book your own if you prefer.
Combine a trip to Nicaragua with Costa Rica
Nicaragua's easy going capital city.
A beautiful colonial city filled with nostalgia and romance.
A well preserved and culturally rich university city.
Ometepe's twin volcanoes rise elegantly out of Lake Nicaragua.
Lush forests, coffee plantations and brightly coloured flower farms
From Lake Nicaragua to the sea - isolated, evocative.
Miles of palm-backed sandy shores and finer weather than the Carribean side.
Big Corn and Little Corn Island are about as basic as you can get.
18% of Nicaragua is protected in reserves
Use our short guide to Nicaragua to help plan your trip.
Nicaragua is blessed with wonderful scenery and rich colonial architecture but still has an air of being undiscovered. Our specialists will unlock Nicaragua's secrets.
Nicaragua has a tropical climate with a dry season from November to mid-May.
Geodyssey works with all the major airlines to Nicaragua, with very competitive fares.
From eco-lodges to restored colonial mansions and trendy boutiques; the hotel choice in Nicaragua is constantly improving.
We recommend travelling with an English-speaking Nicaraguan guide and driver.
Nicaragua can be visited on its own or combines well with a longer Central American holiday to Costa Rica
70km off Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast are the Corn Islands – Big Corn and Little Corn. Here you will find some of the best diving and snorkelling in the Caribbean.
As one of the oldest European settlements in the Americas, the beautiful city of Granada is filled with nostalgia and romance.
The lush cloud forests, fields of coffee plantations and brightly coloured flower farms of the northern highlands stand in stark contrast to the parched plains of the south.
Ometepe's twin volcanoes rise elegantly out of Lake Nicaragua and stand watch over the peaceful life of the island.
The culturally rich university city of León has the best preserved classic colonial architecture in the country.
Nicaragua’s capital city is a busy place spread out along the shores of Lake Managua below Volcán Tiscapa.
With finer weather than the wild Caribbean coast, the miles of palm-backed sandy shores on Nicaragua’s Pacific side make a good option for beach time.
Few places are as isolated and evocative as the
jungle settlements along the San Juan river, which flows from Lake Nicaragua into the Caribbean