The World's Best Places for Sin

by Colleen Clark

Smoke in Nicaragua

The resolution: Put down the pipe, stub out the cigarettes, and stop puffing on cigars.

The last hurrah: Cuban cigars may already be on the no-no list, but you can still have one last puff (or twelve) in Nicaragua. Drew Estate's four-day, three-night Cigar Safari takes you on a behind-the-scenes tour of one of the largest cigar-making complexes in the world. You'll undoubtedly want to make the most of your time here, so it's helpful that you can light up the moment you arrive in the historic city of Granada: The van that meets you at the airport is stocked with free stogies. Most guests smoke between five and ten cigars per day—usually accompanied by bottomless glasses of Flor de Caña rum and Toña beer. On the estate, in Estelí, you'll learn how cigars are made, from harvesting to fermentation to rolling, and retire to private on-property cabanas at night. At the end of the trip, you can create your own cigar blend. But after that, it's all up in smoke.

Drew Estate Cigar Safari
Estelí, Nicaragua
Tel: 786 581 1800
All-inclusive trip $650 per person plus airfare

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