The underground documentation center architecturally is a great building. The museum (8€ pP) itself is ok but not great. The most important part (the eruption) is only documented on one wall, the festivity and marketing of 60 years of eruption is a huge room.
It’s a humble experience to be in an area where you can see and smell that life on earth is futile. We hiked 16 kms to see the huge caldera of Sierra Negra Volcano and the bizarre volcanic landscape of Chico Vulcano. Sierra Negra erupted for the last time in 2005 and created an immens, […]
In Otavalo Valley lies Laguna de Cuicocha, which means The lake of guniea pigs in Kichwa language. It is 3 km wide, positioned in the crater of an ancient volcano and contains three small islands, two of them being lava domes and one of them shaped like a guniea pig. The caldera was created by an eruption […]