Private: Beach Day in San Juan del Sur


$55 - $155 / person

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Go to San Juan del Sur beach town in one day and come back to Managua. This trip is perfect to get relaxed at a private beach, get tanned under the sun, lay down over the sand and take unique panoramic pictures at "El Cristo". San Juan del Sur is well known as one of the best beach town environments made out by restaurants, bars, and tropical music

Our guide picks you up at the centrally located hotel in Managua or Granada you indicated. We go directly to the hill where the statue and chapel of "The Christ" are located. From here, inhale tropical wind and feel the heat of Nicaraguan sun over you as you admire the view over the beach and tow, it is just beautiful.

Later, walk down the bay where you find beach-front restaurants, bars, cafes, and hotels. The environment is peaceful with ocean breeze over you.
We take you to a private beach 15 minutes from the bay so you can have a fresh seafood lunch beachfront at your own expense. Enjoy the afternoon at this beach with access to beach chairs, hammocks. Surfing boards are at your own expense.

Transfer back to your hotel at 3 p.m

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