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Emily Tours Nicaragua
Leon
Leon 505
Nicaragua
Tlf: 50588455459
URL-adresse: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Emily-Tours/3634090...
E-post: emilytours.nic@gmail.com
EMILY TOURS is a Nicaraguan tour operator which was born with the vision of promoting Nicaragua around the world by projecting its diversity of touristic attractions, such as, nature, volcanoes, beaches, history, culture, gastronomy, extreme adventures. Additionally, offering to our clients special budget packages, transportations, domestic flights, day tours, circuits, hotels, Spanish classes and more. EMILY TOURS support social projects that help poor children from Telica Town, so, a percentage of the incomes are used to develop those projects.
Fundacion La Isla
Del Hotel La Perla, 50 m Norte, 30 m Oeste
Leon Not Applicable
Nicaragua
Tlf: 505-2315-1261
URL-adresse: http://www.laislafoundation.org
E-post: tours.laisla@gmail.com
The Fundacion La Isla is dedicated to finding the cause of the Chronic Kidney Disease epidemic in Chichigalpa, Nicaragua. We run a Spanish school, local tours of Leon, and alternative educational adventure tours of north & western Nicaragua. On our adventure tours, we visit sustainable farms, small communities, and eco-lodges located in Esteli, Poneloya, Ometepe, Granada, and other locations.
Que Tuanis Tours!
cultura
Casa de cultura
Leon 505
Nicaragua
Tlf: 50589877600
URL-adresse: http://quetuanistours.com/
E-post: jaxsergarrido@quetuanistours.com
Que Tuanis Tours is a tours operator owned and operated by local students that want to help the Nicas!
La Isla Tours of Nicaragua
Del Hotel La Perla, 1/2 cu. norte, 30 m oeste
Leon n/a
Nicaragua
Tlf: (505) 2315-1261
URL-adresse: http://www.laislafoundation.org/La_Isla/Tours.html
E-post: laislafoundation@gmail.com
La Isla Tours provides classic and innovative day tours around Leon and adventure excursions exploring the cloud forests,pristine beaches of the Pacific, volcanoes and lagoons. Profit from tours supports La Isla Foundation community projects supporting 5 sugarcane worker communities in Chichigalpa, Nicaragua struck by a Chronic Kidney Disease epidemic.
Agencia de Turismo Responsable "El Perezoso"
de la Iglesia de San Francisco, 2 cuadras al norte, 20 varas al oeste
Leon 21000
Nicaragua
Tlf: 00505-57364308
URL-adresse: http://www.elperezoso.org
E-post: info@elperezoso.org
El Perezoso is a responsible tourism agency located in the city of León. We were born in 2013 with the aim of promoting and expanding the growt of a model of sustainable tourism for Nicaragua, this is for us tourism with emphasis on ethics practices in social and ecological environment.



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Loro Trips
Catedral 3 cuadras al norte, 10 metros al este
Leon 21000
Nicaragua
Tlf: +50523117151
URL-adresse: http://www.lorotrips.com
E-post: leon@lorotrips.com
The Loro office in León offers its services to all tourists in Nicaragua. Loro Trips organises and books the right tour for you, the ideal language course or the perfect dancing, painting or cookery classes as well as the ideal work experience and the optimal accommodation. Loro Trips is a non-profit tour operator. It is an initiative of the City Link between Salzburg and León, supported by the Austrian Development Agency (ADA).
Dariana Spanish School
Ruben Dario este
Iglesia El Calvario oeste
Leon
Nicaragua
Tlf: 505 311 1235
E-post: info@dss-spanishschool.com
Dariana Spanish School is the only Spanish School in Leon Nicaragua owned and operated by Nicaraguan educators.