March 8-16, 2014
From quaint cities bursting with colonial architecture to striking volcanoes, where green parakeets live amid the sulfurous smoke of a steaming crater, International Expeditions’ Nicaragua journey offers a range of natural and cultural delights. Explore a country that is largely “undiscovered” by the masses as you discover cloud forest and volcanic landscapes in five of Nicaragua’s wildlife hotspots — Juan Venado Island Reserve, Selva Negra Private Reserve, Masaya Volcano National Park, Chocoyero Reserve and Montibelli Private Reserve.
Study Leader Information
Juan Carlos Mendoza is Nicaragua’s first licensed naturalist guide, and Edgar Castañeda worked on teams that created the first marine park on the Pacific coast and made the first map of Nicaragua’s Pacific coral reefs.
U.S. / Managua, Nicaragua / León Fly independently to Managua, and transfer to León
Juan Venado Island Reserve
SELVA NEGRA PRIVATE RESERVE
Lake Nicaragua / Masaya Reserve
Montibelli Private Reserve / Chocoyero Reserve
Granada / U.S. Transfer to Managua to board your independent flights home
Please email National Trust Tours for questions about this program. Be sure to include your mailing address if you are requesting a paper copy of the brochure for this program.