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Buena is an innovative tour operator, re-inventing popular destinations & proposing alternative ways to travel and discover Nicaragua. We organize group tours to the main sightseeing in Granada and its surrounds, “off road” stays & treks...more
We went on a combo tour for both the laguna de apoyo and the night volcano masaya. However, when we arrived at the volcano in the afternoon, the parque was closed so we could not get in. This company refused to get us all our...More
Date of experience: April 2018
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HostelParadiso, Propriétaire at Buena, responded to this reviewResponded May 7, 2018
Dear Max, we are very sorry for what happened. As you know Nicaragua is going through social turbulences that are completely out of our hands. The Masaya Volcano was close this day even if the direction of the park told us it was open 1...More
This review is regarding the Mombacho Volcano tour by night.
Firstly this is not a tour as it was advertised, it's only a shuttle service that takes you to and from the volcano at night. No guide explaining the volcano or history is provided.
A group of 5 of us did the bike ride down to Laguna Apoyo. The ride was easy & the lake was lovely, the guide was relatively quiet but we had fun anyway. He took us to a ceramic workshop at the beginning to show...More
Buena Tours is a really professional group: they offer all of the main 'things to do' around Granada, plus a few trips and combos that they really have cornered the market on (FYI, their day trip to Laguna de Apoyo for $18, including entrance to...More
Superb tour, the staff is very helpful and rather punctual! We took "Best of Masaya" it was great to be able to learn from a potter how he does his job, I even made my own pot! We met all kinds of animals, chickens of...More
We book all our tours in this agency located in the middle of Calzada street, sharing their place with an original Asian style restaurant (Wok&Roll).
We made Las isletas, the Masaya volcano,with my family : we asked for and we had very profesional English speaking...More