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Solentiname Islands

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Solentiname Islands is in Nicaragua on the Southeastern corner of Lake Nicaragua.


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The Solentiname Archipelago is situated in the south of Lake Nicaragua near San Carlos in the Rio San Juan Region. The islands are really remote - don't expect things like grocery stores etc. On the Isla Mancarrón is a little Pulperia with the most necessary stuff. There are 36 Islands but just a handful are inhabited. The biggest Islands are Mancarrón and San Fernando.


Get in[edit]

The only way onto the islands is by boat. Private boats can be chartered for around $100 per day. Otherwise collective boats leave from a pier in San Carlos near the current construction along the seawall. The schedule is San Carlos to Solentiname Tuesday and Friday 1pm for C$80 and returning the same days at 4:30am for the same price. You might be lucky and find someone from the island running around in San Carlos and giving you a ride to the islands.

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There is still some intact nature on the islands even though the people do farm the land. There are petroglyphs on the islands.

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Isla Mancarrón:

  • Hotel Mancarrón: 35 US $
  • Hospedaje El Buen Amigo Cabins for 5 to 6 US$

Isla San Fernando:

  • Hotel Alberge - Celentiname (506) 3774229 (505) 8931977
  • Cabañas Paraiso (505) 2526262 (506) 3548065
  • Hospedaje Mira Estrella (506) 3548065 (505) 8947331

Do[edit][add listing]

Visit the Museums on the main Islands.

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Stay safe[edit]

There are no worries about safety on these small islands.

Get out[edit]

Tuesday and Friday at 4:30 am.

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