The walk is not difficult but tests you. The views are amazing at the top. I would suggest not to descend in to the summit, the earth gives way with every step , and the way out is back at the top of the volcano
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Overlooks Granada. Compared to some of the other stratovolcanoes in Central America, rather ho hum. The Granadians have certainly made it into an expensive tourist destination. There is an unusual forest on its slopes that did not visit.
You can do Mombacho Volcano for a fraction of the operaters price. Go to the bus stop for the yellow chicken busses in front of the big cemetary in the citys south/west corner and take any bus going south. Tell the bus staff that you...More
Great fun, and great hiking. We chose to hike partway up, and our bus picked us up about 2.0 miles up. It was a bit hairy going up in the bus up the VERY steep roads, but our driver did a great job. Up at...More
This was a blast! Book through Selina hotel for $25 Our zip line guides Milton and crazy Eddie were fun. Eddie went ahead of us and took amazing pics and videos. We were encouraged to zip line in different positions- upside down, tandem, superman position....More
Unfortunately we picked the wrong day as it was very cloudy on top. However, the guide we were bless with (we booked through "Abdallah tours on La Calzada) was very well versed, completely bilingual and a pleasure to be around. Do realize that these guides...More
Yes, it's a volcano and it has real lava in the crater. Fantastic, I've never seen this before, and was so worth the trip. The visitor center was a bit dull, but nothing takes away from the thrill of this s deep crater with molten...More