A day trip to charming villages and the cloud forest encompasses art, history, culture and nature. You’ll share local food, see artisans at work creating black pottery, walk through the cloud forest and visit historic San Rafael. Truly, a tour with something for everyone.
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Jinotega Route – History, Nature, and Pottery
The Northern region of Jinotega in Nicaragua is located on the border with Honduras and has a fascinating history stretching back to pre-colonial times to modern day conflicts. Aside from its history, it is also home to several beautiful lakes and rivers, and rich local culture.
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Visit charming villages to appreciate Nicaraguan history
See the black pottery workshops
Share a traditional lunch
Enjoy panoramic views and the calming cloud forest scenery
Your full day tour begins in San Rafael, a charming village where historical heroes Augusto Sandino and Father Odorico D’Andrea lived. Then you will head to Jinotega, known for its beautiful murals, quiet streets, and the country’s most popular black pottery workshops. You finish the day with a hike through the cloud forest of Selva Negra enjoying the calming natural beauty and amazing vistas.
Duration: 8 hours
All vehicle transportation for the duration of the tour.
An expert, bilingual guide who speaks English and Spanish.
All entrance fees for activities on the tour
Traditional lunch provided.
Snack provided, we recommend each person brings water.
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