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Half-Day Trip to Masaya Volcano from Managua
"You will be picked up from your hotel in Managua and will be driven to the Nindirí municipality where the Masaya Volcano is located. Once you arrive you will hike to the rim of the volcano where you will be able to see the active lava. You will then hike to other craters and viewpoints from the central crater. After the hike you will be taken to a local restaurant for a traditional lunch. The tour lasts 4 hours and you will be taken back to your hotel in Managua at the end.""""The Masaya Volcano National Park comprises of an area of 54 km2 and includes two volcanoes and fiver craters. The volcanoes have erupted several times in history and were feared by both the indigenous people and the Spanish conquerors. The Spanish baptized the active volcano “La Boca del Infierno” or “The mouth of Hell”. They planted a cross “La Cruz de Bobadilla” (named after Father Francisco Bobadilla)
From $99.00
 
Masaya City and Volcano Tour
"You will visit the finest Handicraft Market where you can enjoy the creativity and variety of Nicaraguan art at bargain prices. Later transfer to Catarina a small and characteristic villages of Nicaragua where people work seedling have nurseries make handcraft and raise horses. From a viewpoint you will enjoy a magnificent view of the Apoyo lagoon Mombacho volcano
From $119.00
 
Masaya Volcano and Handicraft Market Day Trip from Managua
"Meet your guide at your Managua hotel and drive out of town on an air-conditioned coach. First stop: Masaya Volcano National Park. This 5-hour tour combines the volcano visit with a trip to a handicraft market to give you an insight into the culture of N located about 13 miles (20 km) from Managua is the only volcano in the Western Hemisphere where one is able to drive to the very rim of the crater. Stand at the edge looking down at the inside of the volcano. Learn about the history of the volcano and its many eruptions from your expert local guide and at the Ecological Museum here.Afterward drive to the town of Masaya and visit its popular handicraft market. Taking up an entire city block the market is the richest source of handicrafts in the country. Shop for locally made items such as hammocks colorful baskets
From $85.00

Most Viewed Restaurants in Masaya

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Comidas Criollas

This local restaurant is open in the afternoons is across from Parque Central and Catherdral next to La Ronda Bar( which has a good crowd in evenings and serves food also) just a few blocks from Old...
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Cafetin Elzabad

I had been walking around in Masaya for quite a while when I started to get hungry. I was on my way back to Parque 17 de Octubre when I passed Cafetin Elzabad. It is a small eatery open for lunch and...
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Laguna de Apoyo, N2Z 1H4
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Plaza Inter, 1c Sur, 1c Oeste (1 Block South, 1 Block West of Inter Plaza Mall) Managua, Nicaragua
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Del Parque Central 25 Varas al Norte, Calle La Libertad, Granada, Nicaragua
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Calle La Calzada, Del Parque 1 cuadra al lago, Granada, 505, Nicaragua
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Final Calle La Calzada, Granada, Nicaragua
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Km 4.5 Carretera A Masaya, Managua, Nicaragua
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Top Things to Do in Masaya

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Mercado Artesanias - Craft Market

Mercado de Artesanías, also known as Mercado Viejo, is Nicaragua's most famous market and a major tourist draw. The entire block is a hive of stalls where you find the highest-quality arts and crafts...
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Parque Nacional Volcan Masaya - Masaya Volcano National Park

The Masaya Volcano is very active, but it is currently putting out gas instead of magma. It affects the weather and crops in the area—if they get acid rain at the wrong time, the fruit isn’t edible....
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Laguna de Masaya

El Malecon refers to a promenade along the edge of the massively deep volcanic Laguna de Masaya, or Lake of Masaya, a crater lake of Volcan Masaya. Tree shrouded Red and yellow painted walk has a...
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Mercado Municipal

As Mercado Artesanias is quiet and well set up for tourists the Mercado Municipal is where you should come for the real local market experience. Here it is more chaotic and colourful and you can find...
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La Fortaleza Coyotepe - El Coyotepe Fortress

La Fortaleza Coyotepe, with a 360° view of the area, was built in 1893. It was all above ground until 1948, when 3 underground levels were added by Somosa and used for political prisoners. It is said...
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Churches of Masaya

Masaya has several attractive churches built in the colonial period and in the 19th century. Probably the most beautiful is the Parroquia de la Asunción from 1750, a towering late baroque structure in...
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