- Meet & Greet. Follow by Private Transfer with Bilingual Guide from the International Airport to Granada.
- Arrival to Granada & City Tour
Granada was founded in 1524. It is the oldest European settlement in the Americas. You will tour the city by horse drawn carriage. This experience will transport you 500 years back to the past. After your carriage experience you’ll walk around the main square and admire La Merced church, the famed convent of San Francisco where you’ll have the opportunity to see the mysterious stone idols, made by our Indian ancestors, as well as an impressive collection of genuine pre-Columbian sculptures.
Continue your transfer to the port of Granada & Boat transfer to Jicaro Lodge
**Lodging at Jicaro Lodge, Granada
One Casita for Four (04) Nights
Full Board Included.
Jicaro Island Ecolodge
Jicaro Island is one of the Isletas (small islands), just a few minutes boat ride from the colonial town of Granada, Nicaragua. This private Island getaway has spectacular views of the Mombacho Volcano and other Isletas in Lake Granada.
At Jicaro you stay in your own little house, a “casita”. The nine casitas on the Island all have lake views and are within a short walk from the pool, restaurant, and wellness center. The casitas are two stories, with a private bedroom and a king size bed on the second floor; and on the first floor, a spacious living area that connects to an outside deck overlooking the lake. The casitas and the furniture are made locally from Rainforest Alliance certified wood. Each casita is equipped with mosquito netting and ceiling fans and the large doors and windows can be opened for cross ventilation. Most notably, the oversized hammock and comfy furniture on the deck will invite you to relax and feel the peace of this magical lake.
Early morning coffee and late afternoon ¨sundowner¨ delivery service is available upon request.
Each casita is equipped with:
- Mosquito netting
- Ceiling fans
- Large doors and windows for cross ventilation
- Eco-friendly amenities.
- Transfer by boat from Jicaro Hotel to the port
We will visit the first national park in the country, established in 1979. The park includes a beautiful volcanic lake known as the “Masaya lagoon”. Upon arrival, we will see the influence that volcanic activities have had in the shaping of the zone. Only ten minutes from the entrance we will be able to visit the environmental interpretation center, a museum where we can see a model of the park. See paintings of Nicaraguan artists concerning the history of the volcano. Learn about the tectonic plates and volcanic regions of the planet. We will also learn about the flora and fauna of this wildlife refuge. We will continue our trip to the summit, where we will get out of our vehicle and walk a few steps to see the Santiago crater, active since 1946. Afterwards, just fifteen minutes away, we will visit the Masaya arts and crafts market for local ceramics, hammocks, wood and leather souvenirs
Return to Granada for Lunch.
Finally, you will learn to make your own chocolate and at the end of your day, back to Jicaro Lodge.
Dinner at the Hotel
Day at Leisure to rest or book additional activities.
Private Guided Transfer from Jicaro Lodge to Mukul Resort.
En-Route walking tour at Mombacho Volcano “The Crater Trail”
Today you will head to Mombacho Volcano for a nature walk.
Once there we will switch to four-wheel drive vehicles and start our way up to the top. The adventure begins on a paved road and right from the start we will be surprised by the biodiversity of this natural reserve. When we reach the summit, we will understand why this ecosystem is a cloud forest. The park keeper will give instructions to everyone so we can enjoy our visit. We will then take the trails of the volcano (For approximately 1:45 Minutes) to learn about the flora, the fauna, the ancient people who lived there and the Vulcan logy of the area. If the day is clear enough, we will visit an impressive viewpoint to observe the plain pacific region of Nicaragua.
**Lodging at Mukul Resort, Rivas
One Premium View Bohio for Four (04) Nights
Include: Breakfast & Local Taxes
Mukul Luxury Resort & Spa
Mukul, a luxury boutique hotel located at Guacalito de la Isla a 1,670-acre low-density private beach community on Nicaragua’s Emerald Coast. Mukul – “mukul” is the Mayan word for “secret” – features 37 spacious accommodations. The resort amenities include Spa Mukul, with six private spa-treatment casitas, a beach club featuring dining and lounge areas and a swimming pool; also the 18-hole Guacalito Golf Course designed by David McLay Kidd, named the “hottest architect in golf” by Golf World. Guests can enjoy access to the property’s four miles of white-sand beach and rugged coastline, and 5 kilometers of nature trails on which they can hike or bike to observe the four species of monkeys and other wildlife that reside in the lush coastal forest.
Mukul and Guacalito de la Isla are the vision of prominent Nicaraguan entrepreneur Don Carlos Pellas, whose family has roots in the country that date back to the 19th century. Reflecting Don Carlos Pellas’ philosophy that guests are not just hotel guests, but personal guests of the Pellas family.
Accommodation Categories and Descriptions
Check-in-time: 3:00 pm Check-out-time: 12:00 am / Early check-in and late checkout on request, and subject to availability
Children Policy: From 4 to 11 years old, children pay for breakfast only. It is permitted 1 child max per room sharing with parents. More than one child a family Villa needs to be quoted.
Pets Policy: No Pets allowed
Meals and drinks: (B)
Mukul was designed as a luxurious yet unpretentious and relaxed private estate by the ocean, with 37 accommodations designed in a style that combines modern elegance with traditional Nicaraguan roots to create a distinct sense of place. Interior designer Paul Duesing worked with Nicaraguan artisans to craft furnishings and decorations that reflect the traditions of the country, including tables made of carved native teak, headboards made of woven sugarcane twigs and rum barrel staves, accent pieces made of sand-casted polished pewter and lamps made of clay from nearby Masaya Volcano.
- Like tree houses nestled in the lush canopy, Mukul’s 23 Bohios perch dramatically on a steep hillside 300 feet above Playa Manzanillo, offering breathtaking ocean views all the way to the horizon. Built of sustainable native teak and pine, each of the 621 square-foot cliff houses features high ceilings and a wall of glass that opens onto a sweeping wooden deck with a private plunge pool. The spacious bathrooms are finished in Nicaraguan travertine marble and boast couples’ “showers-with-a-view.”
Day at Leisure to enjoy the beach
Private Guided Transfer from Mukul Resort to International Airport. (03 hour & 30 minutes)
Remark: We suggest the departure transfer after noon.
- All Private Transportation
- Granada City Tour
- Tour Masaya Volcano, Artisan Market & Chocolate (Cooking Class)
- Walking Tour Mombacho Volcano “The Crater Trail”
- Private dinner on Floating Deck at Jicaro Lodge.
- 4 nights lodging at Jicaro Lodge
- 4 nights lodging at Mukul Resort
- Meals as specified on above itinerary (8 Breakfast, 4 Lunch & 4 dinners)
- All entrance fees
- Hotel taxes (17% sales tax) + 10% Resort Fee at Mukul Resort
- Personal expenses.
- Entry & Exit from International Airport in Managua
- Entry: Tourist Card US$ 10.00 per person
- Exit: Airport Tax US$ 45.00 per person (Some airlines included on their tickets)
- Meals & Tours or services not specified in the itinerary
- Tips for guide & driver
- Bellboys & Maids Tips …