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Cycle Nicaragua Costa Rica and Panama Overview
- 2014-01-01 - 2015-12-31
Visit Central America and cycle among Costa Rica's rainforests and Panama's Caribbean islands
Central America's narrow isthmus lends itself perfectly to exploration on two wheels. From the colonial hub of Granada to bustling Panama City, discover Costa Rica's steamy rainforests, La Fortuna's Arenal Volcano and the island paradise of Bocas del Toro. Visit the nature lover's paradise along Lake Nicaragua, cruise along the Tenorio River and snorkel over Panama's reefs. A ride along the impressive Panama Canal is the perfect end to a diverse, colourful and one of a kind adventure.
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Oozing with colonial charm, Granada is the oldest city of the 'New World' - it was founded on the shores of Lake Nicaragua in 1524.
Beautifully located within Lake Nicaragua, Ometepe Island is formed by two volcanoes which rise from the lake. Its hourglass shape is home to great beaches, fascinating petroglyphs and diverse wildlife.
A popular beach destination for Nicaraguan families, San Juan del Sur is a perfect crescent-shaped bay on the Pacific Coast with outstanding seafood and a festive atmosphere.
A sizeable town on the Interamericana, Canas is surrounded by national parks and other natural wonders such as the Tenorio River and Lake Arenal.
Sitting in the shadow of Costa Rica's most active volcano - the majestic Arenal - La Fortuna offers steaming hot springs and endless outdoor activities.
Cahuita is a typical Caribbean town, known for its lively reggae music culture and the wonderful diversity of wildlife in the nearby national park.
Rapidly becoming a Caribbean favourite, Bocas del Toro has it all - palm-shaded beaches with crystal-clear water, spectacular snorkelling and diving, lots of wildlife and a laidback party vibe.
A commercial hub for the agricultural industries of central Panama, the bustling town of Santiago has experienced rapid growth in recent years.
From the massive locks of the Panama Canal to the historical Casco Viejo district, Panama City offers a wealth of eclectic sights to explore.
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