I was born and raised in Managua. I have worked in Tourism industry since 6 years. I am keen on the outdoors activities especially those involved in direct contact to the nature like hiking, snorkeling. I love to swim, bird watching and writing. I am a peace of mind person. In Nicaragua, one of my favorite places is the Ometepe Island, where Peace is all around. This place is a magnificent natural paradise, the people and its magic is just overwhelming.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
" Nature , Adventure, and wellness trips"
How did you get involved in travel?
"I studied Management and Development in Tourism in Managua, Nicaragua, I have gained depth love for the sustainability and responsible management of the touristic activity. I have first obtained experience in the hospitality industry and then have developed myself working on the organizations of travel plans for families, and in ecologically responsible adventures trips in all over Nicaragua. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My favorite travel memory is exploring San Juan River in Nicaragua, at the Indio Maiz reserve with astonishing birds and magnificent trees on the jungle along the river and the great sensation of peace that this natural spot offers to all your senses. Give you a chance, and Let me introduce you a warm land full of color and tropical environments, at the heart of the Americas only here in fantastic Nicaragua.
Featured trips & expertise
On this relaxing 10-day tour of Nicaragua's best beaches, you'll explore the surf and sand from coast to coast, with a dose of local culture along the way. Unwind on stunning white-sand beaches, kayak around Caribbean cays, and tour the massive Lago de Nicaragua and its hundreds of islets. You'll also gain insight into culinary traditions in the colonial city of Granada, spot marine wildlife like sea turtles, and visit a tropical cloud forest reserve.
Retrace the old pirate routes on this kayaking adventure in Nicaragua. Your journey will start in the 500-year-old Spanish colonial city of Granada. You will then fly to San Carlos and paddle the San Juan River from Sabalos to San Juan de Nicaragua. See exotic fauna such as the rainbow-billed toucan, visit the fort at El Castillo built to fend off pirates, and camp on the banks of the San Jan River. Finish your trip with a free day in Nicaragua's exciting capital, Managua.
Recent trip reviews for Lucia
Our 3 week self-drive trip through Nicaragua ... · Nicaragua - Jan 27 - Feb 16, 2020
Our 3 week self-drive trip through Nicaragua organised by Lucia at the local tour company Vapues through kimkim was excellent and exceeded our expectations. The initial discussions with Lucia about our interests and pace of travel were quickly understood and an appropriate itenery with realistic travel expectations proposed, negotiated, agreed, and most importantly delivered.
Despite our late arrival in Managua, the Vapues staff were there to assist with the 4WD booking and get us off to a... read more
Nic · Nicaragua - May 18 - May 24, 2019
Nicaragua far out weighed our expectations mainly due to Kim Kim. The tour and itinerary were excellent. Thanks Lucia.
Oscar was there to meet us at Managua airport and transfer us to Granada. The tours in and around Granada were great and the highlight for me was the zip lining at Mt Mombacho. That was amazing.
Rene gave us a great tour to Mt Masaya and his knowledge was diverse and enlightening.
Juan the driver was also a happy guy and he transferred us to San Juan del sur.
Sadly San... read more
Nicaragua · Nicaragua - Dec 19 - Dec 31, 2018
My trip to Nicaragua was outstanding and in large part due to Lucia. She was perfect from my initial research into Nicaragua until my last day of the trip. I told her how many days I wanted to travel, the things I like to do and the accommodations I prefer. She sent me a very detailed itinerary and it was everything I wanted to do. Her communication was clear and she always answered my emails right away. Once I got to Nicaragua - everything was always easy. Drivers were always on... read more