Greenloons Expands Green Vacation Collection Adding Responsible Journeys to Nicaragua

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Greenloons sustainable travel experiences allow vacationers to enjoy the best of Nicaragua without the hassles, by providing well-appointed accommodations, unique activities, culturally-immersive experiences and high-quality naturalist guides – all at a great value.

View from Jicaro Lodge along Lake Nicaragua

View from Jicaro Lodge along Lake Nicaragua

Given that environmentally friendly and socially conscious travel is becoming ever more popular, Greenloons is proud to showcase the beauty, mystery and fun of Nicaragua.

Global ecotourism concierge Greenloons has announced the addition of eco-certified lodges and a guiding company in Nicaragua to its growing list of resources for travelers who seek to have unforgettable sustainable travel journeys to destinations that respect the world, its cultures and the future.

"We are always on the lookout for exceptional ecotourism companies that meet our strict vetting criteria as our goal is to meet the growing demand for trips that benefit local communities," says Irene Lane, founder of Greenloons.

Southern Nicaraguan Adventure – specially designed for college-aged travelers who are looking for a unique adventure, this trip includes activities such as zip lining through a cloud forest, kayaking, catamaran sailing and volcano boarding. (5 days; set departures and flexible departures for groups of 4 or more; from $850 per person including accommodations, most meals, transport, activities and bi-lingual guide.)

Nicaragua Culture, Heritage & Adventure - this unique tour connects you with the people of Nicaragua with visits to the colonial cities of Leon and Granada as well as the island of Ometepe. Guests will hike, taste, surf, boat, bird, and meet with many local artisans as they discover Nicaragua’s natural heritage sites and wildlife. (8 days; set departures and flexible departures for groups of 4 or more; from $1,610 per person including accommodations, most meals, transport, activities and bi-lingual guide.)

Nicaragua Romantic Eco-Luxury Escape – accompanied by a personal guide, guests stay at luxury eco lodges in Granada, on a secluded island in Lake Nicaragua with its sun-soaked beaches and in the rainforest with backdrops of pristine untouched wilderness. This getaway is perfect for a honeymoon, babymoon or couple retreat. (8 days; flexible departures; from $2,900 per person including accommodations, most meals, transport, activities and bi-lingual guide.)

Surf and Dive Adventure – flying over to the small Caribbean island of Little Corn, guests dive in crystal clear waters bursting with vibrant and colorful aquatic life. Along with soaking up the relaxed Caribbean culture, guests will surf undiscovered beaches in the Pacific, go volcano boarding and experience Granada’s nightlife. (8 days; flexible departures from December through April; from $1,450 per person including accommodations, domestic flights, most meals, transport, activities and bi-lingual guide.)

Nicaragua Jungle & Wildlife Package – accompanied by an experienced wildlife guide, guests travel to the heart of Nicaragua’s richest habitats of Los Guatuzos Reserve for birding and wildlife exploration, the Indio Maiz Biosphere Reserve and the cloud forests of Mombacho and Jinotega for some hiking and cultural immersion activities. (8 days; set departures and flexible departures for groups of 4 or more; from $1,700 per person including accommodations, most meals, transport, activities and bi-lingual guide.)

About Greenloons

Greenloons is a premier online travel resource dedicated to inspiring people to think different, be different and travel different – in ways that help to ensure a more sustainable planet. In addition to being a 2013 recipient of National Geographic Traveler magazine's 50 Tours of a Lifetime, Greenloons is an advocate of social empowerment, financial viability and environmental preservation connecting mindful travelers with unique, meaningful and eco-certified travel experiences all over the world.

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