Lava Lake stunning!
Santiago's crater, usually spews harmless fumes but occasionally may throw a fit and expel not-so-harmless rocks and ashes. You may need to race to the bottom entrance. If you're lucky, you may catch a peek of molten lava 100 meters down the edge of the crater. On one end of the crater, you'll be sure to notice a cross. This cross, known as the "Cruz Bobadilla" was planted by the Spaniards in the belief that this would appease the volcano from erupting. Apparently this did not work since the volcano had a massive eruption in 1772. a bit of geological history, you can visit the Park's museum half way up the crater. Or if you rather hike or do both, you can hike around the adjacent dormant San Fernando craters while you witness an ecosystem regenerating after an eruption.
04:30pm- Pick up you
05:00pm- Visit to the Museum at National park
05:30pm- Visit an walking to the top of the crater (optional)
07:00pm- Transferred back to Managua
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: *Private tour* Pick up at any time on your hotel/hostal at any time between 04:00pm and 05:00pm (local time)
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
Start time Tour around 04:00pm - Ending time: 08:30pm
Private transportation according to quantity of people
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 usd - Just in case that you want to get any souvenir or to get any alcoholic drink or special menu like lobster or similar .
We don't have any restriction.