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Mombacho was covered with clouds and fog. I could not see anything, no craters nor Granada. It was windy, cold and the steps were slippery. Transportation up to the top and back was 24$ plus 3$ having access to walk there...
Volcanoes are such creative, as well as destructive, forces of nature. Mombacho is not an extinct volcano although it has been a long time since the last eruption occurred in 1570. On our day trip to Granada and Lake Nicaragua, we could see Mombacho for...More
If you're in Granada, you won't want to miss Volcan Mombacho. Whether you want to swim, kayak, standup paddle board, or just enjoy a drink and soak up the beautiful scenery, this is well worth a visit.
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This is truly heaven on earth. Our first time ever visiting a cloud forest. What an experience, one should visit this place if you are in Nicaragua. You can hike from Granada or take a guided tour by a Van. It is a long hike...More
Our visit to the Mombacho volcano was a unique unforgettable experience for our whole family. We got to know the old volcano, enjoyed getting to know some birds, monkeys and very exotic trees and plants. We could look at the flora inside the volcano, we...More
We were really disappointed that we didn't get a chance to see the volcano because of the protest occurring in nicaragua. The tour company should have cancelled it then waste our money and time. Instead, we took horse carriage around granada market, but there's not...More
What an incredibly interesting and impressive place. From the time you drive through the 250 year old lava, you are going through an area steeped in history and rich in culture. We avoided the crowds and went in the afternoon. So we had the place...More
Go to Volcano at Masaya as this one is a rip-off with high fees to get up hugely steep 5 kms. from entry gate only to see what may have been a crater but now covered in foliage and uninteresting. Two of our party did...More