Parque Nacional do Vulcão Masaya - Granada/Nicarágua

Granada, a jóia colonial da Nicarágua

Parque Nacional do Vulcão Masaya - Granada/Nicarágua

Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya

Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya

Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya

Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya

Vulcão Nindirí, Parque Nacional do Vulcão Masaya - Granada/Nicaragua

Granada, a jóia colonial da Nicarágua

Vulcão Nindirí, Parque Nacional do Vulcão Masaya - Granada/Nicaragua

MUY IMPORTANTE: La administración del parque ha anunciado a inicios de esta Semana Santa 2017 que estará cerrado al público el tour nocturno durante los días Jueves, Viernes,...

MUY IMPORTANTE: La administración del parque ha anunciado a inicios de esta Semana Santa 2017 que estará cerrado al público el tour nocturno durante los días Jueves, Viernes,...

Sunset over Masaya volcano, Masaya Volcano National Park

Sunset over Masaya volcano, Masaya Volcano National Park

Parque nacional Volcán Masaya

Parque nacional Volcán Masaya

View from Masaya Volcano National Park in Nicaragua. https://www.costaricamonkeytours.com/costa-rica-tour-36/

View from Masaya Volcano National Park in Nicaragua. https://www.costaricamonkeytours.com/costa-rica-tour-36/

Amazing hiking not far from Granada, Nicaragua. Ziplining on Mombacho is fun too! Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya - Lonely Planet

Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya in Masaya & Los Pueblos Blancos

Amazing hiking not far from Granada, Nicaragua. Ziplining on Mombacho is fun too! Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya - Lonely Planet

Managua, Nicaragua Nicaragua’s capital is just outside its first national park, Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya, an eerie 21-square-mile area of lava rock, wildflowers, and the Masaya caldera, a crater better known for continually seeping large amounts of sulfur dioxide into the air rather than large eruptions. But since the late ’90s, it’s gotten more active, with explosions in 2001, 2003, and 2008. Managua’s unfortunate location on the active Nejapa-Miraflores fault line has scientists doing…

Quito, Ecuador

Managua, Nicaragua Nicaragua’s capital is just outside its first national park, Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya, an eerie 21-square-mile area of lava rock, wildflowers, and the Masaya caldera, a crater better known for continually seeping large amounts of sulfur dioxide into the air rather than large eruptions. But since the late ’90s, it’s gotten more active, with explosions in 2001, 2003, and 2008. Managua’s unfortunate location on the active Nejapa-Miraflores fault line has scientists doing…

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