In Managua itself, many of the outdoor activities are done in a stadium which is not a huge soccer field, but more like a mini soccer field. They have lots of gymnasiums. There is a lot of exercise being done, lots of workout areas, lots of runners out in the morning.
In Managua itself, because it is a city, obviously you don’t have the same outdoor opportunities that you would have for example in Granada, which is about 45 minutes away by car. Granada has lots of lakes, kayaking, lake boats, little islands in the middle of Lake Nicaragua, etc. Granada also has Ometepe, which is the big island right out in the middle that was formed with a couple of volcanoes. They also have all kinds of hiking opportunities.
In Gran Pacifica, in the Department of Managua but at the beach, about an hour away, our outdoor activities are designed as a beach resort. We have surfing, boogie boarding, bodysurfing, swimming, golf, hiking, horses, etc. We have all kinds of activities out here, all designed to what I call to being “touristy”.