4 hour tour and stops to let you swim. Great for a family with kids of all ages. The boat has snack and food on board. Prices are good. Excellent service and friendly staff. The boat has bathrooms. Fun day trip.
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The little islands are spectacular to spend time on. If you rent a house or go to one of the good island bars it can be lovely. There are also some TERRIBLE island bars and some boat rides that make you feel ripped off. So...More
When our tour began it was pouring down however Jorge, our tour guide who you can find on the left side of the Cathedral in a little pop up stand, was attentive and very well informed about the history and current owners of most islands...More
Amazing homes, monkeys, men and boys fishing. A chance to sit down after walking. The ride to the boats is interesting and the young boy selling his handmade items very cute.
Got a guide at the end of the beach road, took a 4-hour paddle through the islets, even "survived" a refreshing rainstorm. Fantastic experience.
We took a short hour or so boat tour with No Rush Tours (David). The isletas are beautiful and worth seeing how some indigenous people still live. We saw monkeys up close on one and some really neat other private islands. Also saw some beautiful...More
Take the boat out on the water, to see the wonderful granada islands. See the monkeys, lily pads, flowers and birds ! Just relaxing to be out on the water . We got offered a boat tour for 1 1/2 hours for $15.00 each, which...More
We hired one of the locals and four of the 20 seats on one of his boats to tour the volcanic islets in Lake Nicaragua. It was worth the couple of bucks to stop at the old fortress for photos and a pee.