|Last Visited:||almost 3 years ago|
|Big Rig Friendly:||Yes|
|Sanitation Dump Station:||Unknown|
Note: camping CLOSED at the moment! Camping here N100 + N50 per head entry. Night watchman on duty. No facilities except picnic tables and toilets in museum when open (8:30-4:45).
Nous avons dormi dans notre van devant la barrière à l’entrée du parc avec l’accord du garde une propina est bien venue eau et toilettesReport Check-In
Comme mentionné, le camping est présentement fermé à cause de l'activité sismique.Report Check-In
no camping inside the park , closed!They let you stay in front of the entrance.
Bud the volcano was great, with lava.
*Update: Camping is only allowed outside the gate right next to the highway. Free and there's a vigilante all night. As for the volcano, its active right now so they're only allowing people up for 5 minutes for the day tour and 15 minutes for the night. (For the night tour they open the gates at 5:30 and people start lining up in their cars an hour before that, so get there early to be sure to get a spot!)Report Check-In
Was open with short 15 minutes allowed to stare into tge depths of a very active boiling churning ocean of volitile lava! Wow. no camping inside but they did let us stay just outside the locked gates under the trees for tge night for free. the night tour is soo worth it!Report Check-In
Closed for at least 2 months because dangerous volcanic activity... call before : (505) 2528 1444 or [email protected] or www.marena.gob.ni :-(Report Check-In
Just uploading. All info still valid, very safe and calm. This crater is very different and active one. Must visit!Report Check-In
Camping in parking lot by visitor center. 100 C for camping for two people. We did the night tour for $10 each, which included the 100C entrance fee. Visitor center opened late at 9:15am.Report Check-In
Nice! 300 for 2 people. Entry and Camping. Watch Out for snakes!!!Report Check-In
Stayed one night nice and quiet cost @ 100c per each and 50c each to camp. Water tap near entrance no electricity in the bush banos worth the stayReport Check-In
100C/pp park entry and 50C/pp to camp. Picnic tables. Clean bathrooms during museum open hours ~8:30a-4:45p, after that it's just you and the bush! Very quiet, security guard stopped around to say hello. Night tours of volcano that cost extra, if desired. Tent camping available on back patio of museum with excellent breeze and incredible view of Laguna Masaya.Report Check-In
Evening tour highly recommended from our side, 10 USD/person. Camping still 50 NIO/person.Report Check-In
We did the night tour and loved it! Very peaceful camping. Cost was $10usd per person for th night tour and 50 cordoba per person to camp. We didnt have to pay the park entrance fee.Report Check-In
Nice, quiet spot next to the museum. Bathrooms in museum for use while museum is open. 100NIO/person entry into park plus 100NIO/night to camp.Report Check-In
Parked in the lot for the volcano for $4 for the night. Entrance to the park was 100N per person. Bathrooms available while the museum is open but not when it closes. Places for tent campers and picnic tables right across the road. Primitive but ok!Report Check-In
- camping at the parking lot by the visitor center of the park
- you need to pay the entrance (100 C/person) plus camping fee (50 C/person)
- facilities only during opening hours of the visitor center
- there is a guard during the night, but you are pretty much free to roam around the park if you are discreet - opportunity to spot some wildlife
- we talked to ranger Joel (speaks English) who took us on an extra night tour (for less than the official $10/person).
- nice views from the visitor's center terrace
- do the hike around eastern crater - 45 minutes, great views, sheer drops :)
Camping here N100 + N100 per head entry. Night watchman on duty. No facilities except picnic tables but toilets in museum when open.Report Check-In
In addition to 100 Cordoba / person admission fee for the park. Camping in the parking lot of the Visitor Center. Toilets can be used during the opening times of the Visitor Center (9am - 5pm). No showers. At night a guard is in the area. After the closure of the park it was very quiet and we could spread out in the parking lot.
(Bottom of the checkout was required only 200 Cordoba, after a protest there were suddenly only 50 Cordoba / person)Report Check-In