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Granada Colonial City Tour and Masaya Volcano with Boat Ride

Highlights
  • City tour of Granada, Masaya Volcano, and Lake Nicaragua
  • Explore the city of Granada, including the House of 3 Worlds and the Museum of San Francisco
  • Visit the active Masaya Volcano
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Granada Colonial City Tour and Masaya Volcano
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Granada Colonial City Tour and Masaya Volcano
US$120.00
Overview
Combine a city tour of Granada, a visit to the active Masaya volcano, and a boat ride on Lake Nicaragua during this tour. Along the way, listen to engaging commentary about the history, culture, food, and people of this Nicaraguan region. Round-trip transportation from Granada hotels included.
What to Expect
Following pickup at your Granada hotel around 9am, depart for the central square in Granada, where your guide will give you an orientation to the city and its history. Stroll through Independent Plaza and Colon Plaza to get a window into the city residents' daily lives. 

Visit the House of the 3 Worlds, a colonial historical building, then continue to the Museum of San Francisco (entrance included) to see the collection of pre-colonial indigenous art. Leave the city, bound for the nearby Masaya Volcano, where you'll visit the onsite museum and then drive up to the crater's edge. 

Stop at the local craft market to peruse the many handicrafts and maybe pick up some souvenirs before heading on to your last activity: a boat ride on Lake Nicaragua. Finish your day relaxing on a boat, feeling the cool lake breeze, and spotting wildlife on the lake's many small islands. 

Return to your hotel for drop-off at the end of your tour.
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1 - 5 of 7 reviews

Reviewed 30 July 2018
Night visit to the boiling lava of Masaya Volcano

Visit to the Masaya Volcano at night is about the experience of viewing boiling lava with clear view as one cannot see this during the day. Visiting at night also means you do not have the experience of viewing the surrounding volcano the same way...More

Thank Ruth V
Reviewed 18 May 2018
Granada and Lake Nicaragua

Gerald Duran and our driver Byron were outstanding, there were 4 of us and the van was very comfortable. He was very punctual in picking us up Mukul. The tour of the city was excellent, Gerald knows Nicaragua and is a very personable fellow. We...More

Thank bstcyr
Reviewed 17 April 2018
Wonderful Tour Guide

I must say Gerald was such a great tour guide. Firstly his English is perfect as he has lived for a number of years in the states. I told him exactly what I wanted to cover and he fit it all in with some extra...More

Thank travelxpertNY
Reviewed 26 January 2018
We had the best day today!

Gerald was incredible. He was very open to customizing our day to our wishes. Gerald's English is wonderful (grew up his early years in the US). He as a great knowledge of the nature and history of Nicaragua and is very happy to share. The...More

1  Thank stevemc5123
Reviewed 9 January 2018
Spectacular Masaya Volcano Tour

I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to tour Masaya Volcano with Gerald. Gerald is flexible, kind, and entertaining. He picked us up at our hotel and drove us to the volcano while sharing stories of his experience growing up in Nicaragua and the...More

1  Thank CatherineD3004
DuranToursNicaragua, Gerente at Duran Tours Nicaragua, responded to this reviewResponded 9 January 2018

Dear Catherine, Thank you for choosing us for Masaya Volcano Night Tour and and for your visit to Nicaragua,it was totally a pleasure being your guide. Kinds Regards Gerald Duran

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