I would definitely recommend to anyone to take a tour to the islets of Granada. It’s simple amazing and a most to do in Nicaragua.
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We chose a boat tour from the last boat dock at the end of the road and had a great time with our family. It was about 45 minutes in a small boat with a cover in case of rain, and life jackets are provided....More
If you have ever been to Kerala in India to experience the backwaters and are longing for a similar experience, this is about as close as you are probably going to get. It's a lot less jungly but had the same calm and tranquility due...More
The cruise around the islands is pleasant if you are in Grenada, though not a reason to go to Grenada. The monkeys are unfortunately spoiled by constant boats coming by and feeding them - interesting if you haven't seen monkeys, disturbing if you are concerned...More
Visiting las isletas off season was just a dream. We were the only ones in the Pico de Graza restaurant and resort and enjoyed an amazing day of silence and beautiful views. In summertime, sunset must be the best moment to cross the canals of...More
My sister and I heard about Vladimir kayak and boat trips, and decided to see the islets from boat. Vladimir speak really good english, and knows so much about animals, the area and the history. We learnt so much during the 2 hours. The islands...More
It was a nice boat ride, (We did not kayak, as this photo shows.) but we were otherwise underwhelmed and felt we overpaid. There was a stop at a hostel on an island, which was nice to see, but felt like a clear trap to...More
I live in Granada and have spent a ton of time exploring these islands. There are many locals who offer a tour of the islands in their privately owned boat. Most tours run $20 for an hour per boat. Up to 8-10 people. If your...More