Named after a common type of plant found in the area El Junco is a lagoon with 270 meters in diameter, formed inside a small crater which in turn lies within the caldera of a large volcano now extinct. The lagoon source is only rainwater, with 700m above sea level, the lagoon is surrounded by vegetation which has been used by many locals for farms & ranches.
|Main Features:||Lagoon - a source of Fresh water, Different type of bird species|
|Interaction In Site:||Hiking, Birdwatching|
|Type of Landing:||Dry Landing - Accessible on foot|