Playing Hide and Seek
Located at over 4 thousand meters of height, the steam, rich in minerals, springs from the rocks through large natural cracks generating a magical postcard.
This geothermal field, which is named after the volcano, is visited by hundreds of tourists from all over the world every day. They come along to have a picture taken by the fumaroles, the geysers and the hot springs that lie within a radio of 5 kilometers. Thus, people wander about the place without following a fixed circuit.
It is curious to see that everyone enjoys the same game: appearing and disappearing through the large columns of steam and gases the earth lets out, which sometimes surpass the ten meters of height.
The tours continue at the natural hot springs located in the surroundings. Now, the unquestionable presence of the sun up in the sky indicates it is time to put on our bathing suits, get into the warm waters and relax.
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Useful DataBear in mind
This is one of the most interesting tours in the area and due to the difficulties and the geographic features, it is recommended that a guide is hired. They know the area very well. Excursions leave every morning from San Pedro. They should be hired one day before the tour.