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Isletas de Granada, Nicaragua

by Santiago Aguilar 13 May 2021 0 Comments
Isletas de Granada, Nicaragua

Las Isletas de Granada es uno de esos lugares que todo Nicaragüense conoce o necesita conocer.

Desde Niño he tenido el privilegio de visitar este hermoso archipiélago del lago cocibolca a la orilla de la bella ciudad de Granada.  Las isletas fueron formadas por una erupción o deslave por el Volcán Mombacho. Ahora 365 isletas forman parte de este único y bello panorama “Isleño y volcánico” que son el hogar de muchos nicaragüenses.

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Las Isletas forman parte de un importante destino turístico para nacionales e internacionales que quieren disfrutar de la belleza natural de este paraíso.

Una de las imágenes más hermosas es el impresionante Volcán Mombacho, su cráter e impotente figura vigilan el lago y sus islas.

Isletas de Granada y Volcan Mombacho Nicaraguan Vacation

El viaje a las isletas lo puedes tomar del puerto de Asese o Cabaña Amarilla, de ahí parten las pangas que te llevan alrededor de las isletas.

Lo recomendable es visitar un restaurante local donde te sirven un delicioso Guapote con tostones, queso frito, carne asada y sin faltar una cerveza bien fría.

Si eres amante de la aventura puedes gozar de kayaks, paddle boards, nadar o pescar en el lago. Definitivamente existen varias actividades para mantenerte contento, pero si tienes la suerte de llegar a una isleta con hamacas asegurate de disfrutar de una pacífica siesta.

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