Numerous craters, boiling mud pools, and sulfurous hot springs with therapeutic properties.
This park is named after the active Rincon de la Vieja Volcano. Being one of the most accessible volcanoes of the area, you can reach the numerous cones, craters, and lagoons either on horseback or by foot. In here you will also find fumaroles and boiling mud pools, steam vents, and sulfurous hotsprings with therapeutic properties.
In the area there are a couple of comfortable hotels & lodges, mostly cozy, wood paneled cabins. Hot springs and mud baths are one of the main attractions at these beautiful mountain lodges.