Imagine diving into an active crater, dive into the boiler, see the volcanic activity! There are very few places in the world where you can dive into active volcanoes.
Lake Ilopango is a volcanic lake in El Salvador. It measures 8 x 11 km, has an area of 72 km² and a depth of 230 m.  It is situated at an altitude of 440 m to 16 km from the city San Salvador, between the departments of San Salvador, Cuscatlán and La Paz
We'll take you to the active crater of Ilopango, where the country's largest natural lake is located, there you can snorkel, explore the magical mystery of the lake and watch the boiler dry lava stones ...
Ilopango, a cauldron of 8 x 11 kilometers, was formed in the year 260 BC The ashes of this explosive eruption covered much of central El Salvador and Guatemala. Lake Ilopango caldera.La covers part of the caldera, located east of the capital, San Salvador, is controlled by regional faults.
In this lake you can dive and explore the magical mystery of the lake; observe boilers, dry lava stones, the spectacular formation and topography of a lake with an active volcanic crater and know closely the impressive history.El Salvador Divers.
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