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Sail Date: February 2019
Absolute waste of time. Local provided a bike tour, numerous stops for locals in cardboard costumes to panhandle. Tour guide unhappy with pre negotiated price as well as a 50% tip!
Absolute waste of time. Local provided a bike tour, numerous stops for locals in cardboard costumes to panhandle. Tour guide unhappy with pre negotiated price as well as a 50% tip! Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
We hired someone privately for a tour. It was supposed to be just my husband and I, then it become us two and four others, then at the last minute while we were in the van, they decided to merge two vans together and it became 15 people ... Read More
We hired someone privately for a tour. It was supposed to be just my husband and I, then it become us two and four others, then at the last minute while we were in the van, they decided to merge two vans together and it became 15 people in a 15 passenger van. Small seats and tight quarters. Had a good time though, and learned a lot about the country. Saw a couple nice churches, bought some souvenirs. Fun time. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2019
We took the old Leon and colonial Leon excursion provided by NCL. The old capital site is interesting and could be quite an amazing spot, but it really needs more interpretation. The church is Leon is only interesting for the roof walk, ... Read More
We took the old Leon and colonial Leon excursion provided by NCL. The old capital site is interesting and could be quite an amazing spot, but it really needs more interpretation. The church is Leon is only interesting for the roof walk, so if you go, spend your time on the roof. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2019
We took the Mud Pots tours. Nicaragua is very much a developing country - watch the streets and sidewalks so you don't fall. There's a lot of poverty - and a lot of beauty in the people and the country. The mud pots were ... Read More
We took the Mud Pots tours. Nicaragua is very much a developing country - watch the streets and sidewalks so you don't fall. There's a lot of poverty - and a lot of beauty in the people and the country. The mud pots were interesting. In time I imagine it will be more developed. We enjoyed the not-so-impromptu and still quite enjoyable dancing and music by the local children. Younger ones may grab your hand and ask for money. Catch 22. You want to help - and you don't want to encourage keeping children out of school to beg. Read Less

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