Is a must, one hour bout ride to the Islets of Granada, from the bout you can see the private houses of rich and famous people from Nicaragua.
We took a 4 1/2 hour kayaking tour of las islets in Nov., 2013 with Tierra Tours. We had a terrific time. Tierra transported us the short ride to the put-in. We met up with our 2 guides and went into our kayaks. The islands were beautiful and the kayaking was serene. We were taken out to Monkey Island, where... More
It is a collection of islands which the rich and famous now call their ocassional home! If you are interested in looking at the houses of rich people this is the tour for you! If you like a nice leisurely cruise around a lake this is the tour for you! All in all it is certainly relaxing and there is... More
I was told by a local that there is a saying, if you haven't been to the Isletas then you haven't been to Grenada, We took a 2 hour trip on our last afternoon in Grenada and were so glad we did. It was lovely to see the city from the water and get a different perspective. The islands themselves... More
My wife and I did a tour of the isletas with Leo Tours in Granada. The tour itself was very nice. It's a shame the isletas do not have park status, because it seemed like most were privately owned with houses on them, which detract from the beauty. Our tour started with a short bike ride to the lakeshore where... More
Love the boat tours of the Granada Islets ... and in addition to spectacular houses ... and a couple great places to have lunch ... my favorite is Monkey Island. Be sure to take some crackers to feed them ... It's priceless.
This tour is very relaxing and has a nice view. You can swim in some parts of the lake also. A nice place to take beautiful pictures. If you are very energetic like me, maybe after 2 hours you will begin to be a bit bored. So I wont recommend it for too much time. Try to get the boat... More
If there is one pice of advice I can give you is do not go on a tour and do not go by boat (thats two bits of advice). Grab a taxi or a bike (stay on the paved road) and head down to Pueto Asese where you can hre kayaks by the hour. you don't need a guide or... More
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