Search targets
Rating
Price
US$10
~
US$1,000
Building Type
Amenities
Site

Vacation Rentals & Apartments in Matagalpa

102 accommodations
Average:
US$69
Include hotels
Homestay Matagalpa
2
House
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(56)
Booking.com
US$12
/ night
Marias Bed & Breakfast
4
B&B
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(26)
Booking.com
US$51
/ night
Tierra Alta Ecolodge
2
Lodge
Matagalpa
(20)
Booking.com
US$60
/ night
Casa Brenes
6
Hostel
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(9)
Booking.com
US$35
/ night
Hotel Las Orquideas San Ramon
7
Guest house
San Ramón, Matagalpa
(13)
Booking.com
US$12
/ night
Apartamentos Matagalpa
4
Apartment
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(10)
Booking.com
US$40
/ night
Hostal Casa Vieja
4
Guest house
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(12)
Booking.com
US$18
/ night
Hostal Don Guillermo
3
B&B
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(3)
Booking.com
US$30
/ night
Hostal Molino Norte.
2
Guest house
La Cartuja, Matagalpa
(1)
Booking.com
US$28
/ night
casa cruz
3
Others
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(1)
Booking.com
US$25
/ night
Kiruna Bed and Breakfast
2
B&B
San Ramón, Matagalpa
(1)
Booking.com
US$20
/ night
Apartamentos Don Enrique
3
Apartment
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(1)
Booking.com
US$40
/ night
HOSTAL G & G
4
Guest house
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(0)
Booking.com
US$40
/ night
Santa Isabel’s Mountain Lodge, a charming home and coffee farm
14
Lodge
El Diamante, Matagalpa
(16)
HomeAway
US$566
/ night
Luxury Condo In The Heart Of Matagalpa
4
Condominium
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(3)
HomeAway
US$86
/ night
Apartotel Casa de los Brenes
2
Apartment
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(0)
Expedia
US$40
/ night
Kiruna Bed and Breakfast
6
B&B
San Ramón, Matagalpa
(0)
HomeAway
US$30
/ night
Hotel "Vic Pal" It's perfect place for tourists.
16
Hostel
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(0)
HomeAway
US$14
/ night
Casa Posada Del Sol is the perfect hide away in the Pacific
12
House
Matagalpa
(0)
HomeAway
US$344
/ night
Private room with a view en Casa de Maja y Toby
2
Apartment
Matagalpa, Matagalpa
(38)
Airbnb
US$15
/ night
- 1 -

About Matagalpa

Nicaragua, set between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, is a Central American nation known for its dramatic terrain of lakes, volcanoes and beaches. Vast Lake Managua and the iconic stratovolcano Momotombo sit north of the capital Managua. To its south is Granada, noted for its Spanish colonial architecture and an archipelago of navigable islets rich in tropical bird life.

The Charm of Matagalpa

1. History and culture

The earliest history of Nicaragua is generally known as the pre-Columbian period, which is everything dating before the 15th century when Christopher Columbus arrived. It is believed that the first settlers in what is now known as Nicaragua migrated from Central Mexico approximately 1,500 years ago

2. Abundant forests, natural attractions, and wildlife

In a country teeming with wildlife and diversity, there is little mystery as to why so many tourists are choosing to visit National Parks in Nicaragua instead of cities and beaches. Nicaragua has some 78 nature reserves, parks and wildlife sanctuaries filled with amazing diversity. Many of Nicaragua’s National Parks provide nearby lodging to limit wilderness camping and further damage to the environment. However, with so many to choose from, it is often difficult to decide where to start. We have provided a brief description of several National Parks and Wildlife sanctuaries in Nicaragua below to help get you started. The reserve features the largest and finest expanse of lowland rain forest in Central America. While it features a number of endangered species like jaguars and giant anteaters, it is also home to over 400 species of bird, four species of wild cat and over 200 species of reptiles.

3. Traditional food in Nicaragua

Nicaraguan cuisine includes a mixture of indigenous Native American cuisine, Spanish cuisine, and Creole cuisine. Despite the blending and incorporation of pre-Columbian and Spanish-influenced cuisine, traditional cuisine differs on the Pacific coast from the Caribbean coast.

4. Honeymoon romantic

Nicaragua is home to blissful beaches, romantic adventures within volcanic landscapes and the chance to step back in time surrounded by striking colonial architecture. The best part? You and your loved one can explore to your hearts content without a crowd in sight. A Central American nation with a variety of landscapes to explore, and a host of boutique hotels scattered across lakes and coastline, Nicaragua is the ultimate barefoot luxury destination, and the beaches are the perfect place to spend the first days of post-wedded bliss with your partner. If you're more into your scenic adventures, there are plenty of volcanoes to climb with a range of terrain difficulties to put you to the test. San Cristobal is the highest, Cerro Negro is a shorter more rugged climb, or for something a bit more dramatic, Masaya is great for magma spotting and short hikes through lava formations. For a less strenuous expedition, perhaps a gentle boat tour of Lake Nicaragua is more your thing, or how about some wildlife spotting as you explore the lake by kayak? Throw in some honeymoon culture with a visit to Granada to marvel at 17th century Spanish colonial architecture, visit one of the churches and delve into local history. The good news is that because Nicaragua is so small you can combine all this in one heavenly and holistic honeymoon.

5. Unique City in Nicaragua

Controversy and exploitation aside, centuries of Spanish rule have left Nicaragua with some amazing colonial architecture. Here are the most amazing Nicaraguan cities and towns with the best examples. A large city in Nicaragua, León is at once busy and laid-back. There is a large student population here, and plenty of revolutionary history in among the colonial streets and churches. The city is also known for its foodie scene, and it’s a top spot to spend a few days. Look into the sand boarding tours that will take you to nearby Cerro Negro.

6. Music and art

Music of Nicaragua is a mixture of indigenous and European, especially Spanish, influences. Musical instruments include the marimba and others that are common across Central America. Pop music includes Cuban, Brazilian, Mexican and Panamanian performers, as well as those from Europe and the United States. Nicaraguans enjoy their local artist's music but also enjoy music from around the world. They enjoy the Dominican Republic's bachata and merengue, Jamaica's reggae, Panama's reggaeton and Colombia's Cumbia among other genres including pop. Among the younger crowds, heavy metal and rock have become very popular.

Popular cities in Matagalpa