San Jacinto is a little town about 20 kilometers northeast of León. Behind the village lie boiling mud holes, connected probably to the Telica volcano. The field is not big but it is interesting as well as extremely hot to walk around and see the holes, which differ in size and color, where the mud is fiercely boiling. The mud sometimes throws little rocks in the air and steam is continuously emitted from the holes.
Volcano Telica remains one of the most popular attractions for visitors to Nicaragua, not just for its gigantic lava-filled crater, but also for its stunning views over the ocean and the neighboring volcanoes. But nearby, in the small town of San Jacinto, is a lesser-known volcanic artifact.In this area geothermal activity causes small pools of super-heated mud to boil furiously. The local community has marked some paths with rocks and provided an information board, but otherwise, the area, known as Los Hervideros, is left completely natural. As with many volcanic environments, the raw open wound caused by the mud pools is in stark contrast with the rich landscape. Here the setting is a lush, green, tropical dry forest.
There are few places in the world that can boast of vibrant colonial cities situated right beside idyllic volcanic. From tranquil lakes, to smoking volcanoes and vibrant cities, Nicaragua is this place!
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