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1 block east of the Catholic church, Altagracia, Isla de Ometepe Nicaragua
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Ometepe Day Tour
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Ometepe Day Tour

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It is a private tour of the main tourist sites of Ometepe, including: Ojo de Agua, Charco Verde Nature Reserve, Punta Jesús Maria, Playa Santo Domingo, also if the client wants we can visit Los Ceibo Museums to learn about the history of our country.
$61.54 per adult
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Andiandiebar wrote a review Mar 2020
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The centro Puma is a great place! I explored the place while I was in the spanish school in Altagracia and it was so much fun that i spent almost all my afternoons in the project. Jeff (the owner) is a super nice guy and you can do a lot of different stuff there. They have an organic garden. They make organic coffee and chocolate and they do a few different tours on the island. There is even a book exchange. But the best thing is that it's a place where you can easily connect with locals. There are always children around and two times per week is an english cafe where locals come to learn some english and you get to know more about the local life and culture while even improving in spanish. It was great and if you're interested in a local experience you definitely have to go there!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Anthony trottier wrote a review Feb 2020
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Centro PUMA is such a great place to share a delicious coffee and knowledge with amazing and kind people.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Phischies wrote a review Dec 2019
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I traveled through whole centreal America and I have to say Ometepe was one of the nicest places I have ever been. I went to a small village called Altagracia and fell immediately in love with it. The people there were so kind and helpful. A friend of mine I went there to visit the island and to attend spanish class for one week. During our time there we attended the classes, explored the island and if course we went to the library. We went to the library to improve our spanish but the people there were so nice they even helped us with that. They also got free water to refill your bottle there and we were lucky to try their homemade wine. We even were allowed to use their bikes in the storage for free to explore the island and at the end we just donated some money in there box. So if you go to ometepe you should definitely spend time at their library.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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chelev11 wrote a review Dec 2019
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Living in Ometepe for many months, I found Centro PUMA to be an innovative and welcoming base that provides a resource for visitors and locals alike, and spent many days there. More than just a place, Centro PUMA is a concept - that cultural exchanges can be experiences of shared learning and teaching, and that the natural wonders of Ometepe offer valuable experiences for locals and visitors of all ages and backgrounds. The center is conveniently located on Ometepe in an area that does not receive the majority of foreign tourism, making it a particularly special find for foreigners looking for an authentic opportunity to spend time with locals. You can also get some great advice from locals on what to do in Ometepe, and they can help you find guides to enrich your experience if you want. There is a small but wonderful library, with a super fun atmosphere for children. Centro PUMA is building and evolving from the collaborative efforts of locals and foreigners - stay for a while in a comfy chair or hammock, and ask for the story! I highly recommend dropping by! (from a solo, active, female foreigner in my 30s) Centro PUMA es un lugar innovador y acogedor que proporciona un recurso para visitantes y locales por igual. Y más que un simple lugar, Centro PUMA es un concepto: que los intercambios culturales pueden ser experiencias de aprendizaje y enseñanza compartidos, y que las maravillas naturales de Ometepe ofrecen experiencias valiosas para locales y visitantes de todas las edades y orígenes. ¡Deberías visitar!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Footprints439038 wrote a review Nov 2019
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Earlier this year we fell in love with Ometepe Island and decided to stay. Soon after we discovered Centro PUMA and started teaching (KK((K there. We were not only welcomed but made to feel part of the community. Today i think of returning because the experience was so authentic. Just as poverty is never far away on Ometepe, so it goes for love and appreciation. Bridging cultures is such a powerful experience, yet no prerequisite is required except an open heart. Thank you to all voluteers and students of Centro PUMA ED
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Date of experience: April 2019
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