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Mombacho Cigars Granada

Visit Mombacho Cigars, located on Calzada street. The tobacco is grown from the rich volcanic soil in Nicaragua, with nutrients to grow high quality tobacco.
Rolled cigars before being pressed 

Made using 5 different tobacco leaves 
Capable of producing 2000 quality cigars a day. 
Each cigar is tested
Relax have a smoke, drink and swim after the tour.
The final product boxed


Granada was founded in 1524. A colorful colonial city, fantastic for taking photos. As with all colonial city's in Central America, Granada is built around its main square "Parque Central". That represents the city's social hub. From Managua airport you can take the Paxeos mini bus for $15 US. You will need to email and confirm with in 24 hours of your flight arrival. Email your flight details, number of passengers and luggage to You may have to wait at the airport, but they will give you a time! Cathedral and lake Nicaragua in the background

Horse carriages line up at Park Central

Volcano Mombacho viewed from bell tower
Inside the bell tower. Iglesia la Merced.  Climb the tower for the best views of Granada

Chicken bus
Central Park
There are many children in Central Park and along Calzada Street begging. Granada has a good network of Charity's that can feed poor children unlike the rest of Nicaragua. But the children prefer not to go to school…

Canopy Tour Granada

70 foot rappel from the top of a 250 year old Ceiba tree

See the video of the surprise zip wire

Lake Atitlan

San Pedro
Lake Atitlan from Pana

Port San Diego
San Diego
Main street San Diego
Avocados San Diego

La Antigua Guatemala

Pan Pipes in Central Park with Grupo Iskanwaya

Chicken bus

Chicken bus at night

Copan & Ruians

Church in main plaza 
Royal Plaza
Stone showing all 16 rulers 
Ball court 

Comedor Mary La mejor soper de polle en todo el mundo

Hot-Spring Waterfall at Finca Paraíso Lake Izabel

Hot spring waterfall at Finca Paraiso.  Only 30 minutes from Rio Dulce. 15Q in the local bus. And only a short walk to the falls. 10Q Entrance fee.
Great for a swim but the fish like to bite! 
Girls selling banana bread and oranges. 

View video to see the perfect ending to the waterfalls.

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