|Prices - including tax|
|All amounts in US Dollar $|
|Our Adult Telephone Rate"Our Adult Telephone Rate" is the Alcatraz Media Inc. rate for this tour/activity. This is the rate charged for orders placed by telephone. :||$156.45|
|Our Adult Internet Rate"Internet Rate" is the Alcatraz Media Inc. rate for orders placed online. :||$148.95|
|Your Internet Order Savings:||$7.50|
Our Child Rate
Child - Free
This is one of the most popular tours in Nicaragua. The city of Granada remains in the same place where the Spaniard Francisco Hernandez de Cordoba founded it in 1524. Despite being besieged by pirates several times, destroyed during the civil wars and set on fire by the American filibuster William Walker in 1856, it is still one of the most beautiful cities in Nicaragua.
You will have the opportunity to tour the city, appreciate the beautiful architecture and admire different interesting colonial and historic places. You will then visit the Masaya Volcano National Park. This volcanic park features the Volcanic Museum with a complete interpretation of these phenomena.
Also see the Santiago Crater, the most active crater in Nicaragua. There you can walk to the very edge of the volcano and look all the way down to the bottom.
You will also have time to do some shopping at the Masaya Indian Market where you can look for wonderful Nicaraguan souvenirs.
Length: 8 hours
Time: 6:00 am Tuesday & Saturday
Summary: MINIMUM ORDER FOR THIS TOUR IS 2 PERSONS. Tour includes hotel pick-up and drop-off. Rates are in US Dollars and include all taxes. Please reserve online or call us toll-free at 800-719-6038.
There is a $5.95 USD processing fee per order. This is a flat fee regardless of the number of tickets or tours purchased on an order. There is a service charge per ticket. This charge will be reflected on your summary before you checkout. The total shown includes any and all taxes, fuel surcharges, and service fees. There are no additional charges, unless otherwise specified.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
Includes: Transportation, guide, immigration fees and departure tax, lunch, and entrance fees
What to Bring: Light clothing, comfortable shoes, light jacket, hat, suntan lotion, and camera. Passport required
Masaya Volcano National Park regulations