Six thousand years ago on the shores of Lake Managua, people left their footprints in volcanic mud. Today, these footprints preserved for centuries, can be seen in the museum Akahualinka in Managua, capital of Nicaragua. But besides tracks and an impressive collection of artifacts pre-Columbian era, gathered in the city's museums, Managua has to offer a lot more. Tiscapa Lagoon Nature Reserve - an opportunity to be closer to the water without crossing the city limits. There are bars, shops, hinged crossing, and will be able to go on a canopy tour and enjoy the city center from a height.