Cerro Negro volcano hike

  • Experience the youngest volcano in Nicaragua.
  • Hike this black cone.
  • Visit the activate craters.
  • Feel the heat, smell the gases and enjoy the views.

Included:

  • Private transportation in air conditioned vehicle.
  • Entrance fees.
  • Bottle of Water (01 liter).
  • English speaking guide.

Not included:

  • Meals.
  • Personal expenses.

Details:
Tour Size: Small-medium (1-10 participants).
Tour Type: Volcano and Hiking Experience.
Tour Duration: 5 hours (including transfer time from León)
Activity Level: Moderate Hiking.
Tour Leaves from your hotel.
Food/Beverage Provided: Bottled water.
Recommended dress: We recommend wearing comfortable clothing, boots or walking shoes. Hat or cap, sunglasses, and sunscreen are recommended.

Restrictions:
This excursion requires a good physical condition to hike to the summit, it is not recommended for guests with health conditions.

Please Note:
Guests with dietary concerns may wish to bring a snack.
Suitable for children older than 12 years.

After the driver picks you up at your hotel, he will transfer you over a dirty road to the entrance of the park. After paying the entrance fee (included) you have to sign the visitors book. You can use the bathroom at the park entrance.

On the way up your guide will make several stops to let you enjoy of this natural black wonder. You will smell the sulfur and see the active craters. The strong winds will refresh you during the short hike and the views will impress you.

The hiking to the summit takes about one hour, the descent may take only 20 minutes to the vehicle.

Then you will return to your vehicle and get back to León city center to go back to your hotel for a good shower.

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Volcano information:
Cerro Negro is an active volcano in the Cordillera de los Maribios mountain range in Nicaragua. It is a very new volcano, the youngest in Central America, having first appeared in April 1850. It consists of a gravelly basaltic cinder cone, which contrasts greatly with the surrounding verdant hillsides, and gives rise to its name, which means Black Hill. Cerro Negro has erupted frequently since its first eruption. One unusual aspect of several eruptions has been the emission of ash from the top of the cone, while lava erupts from fractures at the base.

Despite its youth, Cerro Negro has been one of the most active volcanoes in Nicaragua, with its latest eruption occurring in 1999. Since its birth in 1850, it has erupted approximately 23 times.

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