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We did the climbing of Telica volcano, with camping next to the crater. It was nice due to the members of the group and the nature. But we don't understand why we had paid 55$ each. We got:
- a nice guide, but impossible to...More
Did the Telica overnight camping tour with Volcano Day and it was awesome! the staff is very proffessional and cool, they use top gear for camping so you don´t have to worry about bringing anything of you´re own.. going up we hiked the steep volcano...More
When visiting Leon, hiking volcano is a must. My friend and I didn't quite know what to expect when we decided to book the three hour hiking tour of a Cerro Negro with Jesus but we were blown away! He was easy to get a...More
I can't stress how awesome he is. I was in Nicaragua for 26 hours and wanted to get a lot done. He made it happen. From picking you up to the airport, finding you a hostel, to showing you around Leon before getting on a...More
My husband and I booked a hike of Telica with guide Jesus Arauz through our lodging at Posada Fuente Castalia (also wonderful). After a quick drive and approx 2.5 hr hike (steep toward the end), we reached the crater--a really incredible view of both the...More
I have used Jesus quite a few times for my clients that i send to any of the volcanoes in the Leon area. The comments have been great. I will highly recommend him for any adventure that you want while in Leon
Our family of 5 hiked Cerra Negro with Jesus in early April. His English is excellent and allowed us to talk in detail about Leon and Nicaragua. He is an exceptional guide.
The hike up the volcano was tough and the thought of the slide...More
We booked our Telica tour through our hostel (Bigfoot Hostel). Totally worth it! It was a sunset hike, so we left the hostel around 2:30, drove to a base camp and hiked up to the rim. We hiked around to the side of the volcano...More
We were really keen on doing a hike in Leon and heard good things about Quetzaltrekkers.
They are a non profit organization run entirely by volunteers, after costs all the money goes to a great charity: children.
They have all the gear you need available,...More