The Island of Isabela in the Galapagos archipelago is where you’ll find the amazing Sierra Negra Volcano, the world’s second biggest volcanic caldera. The Sierra Negra, one of the five volcanoes in the island, is one of the most active in the Galapagos. The last recorded eruption was in 2005. Prior to that, it erupted in 1979.
If you’re visiting this place sometime soon, you can go on a volcano tour, which would take you on a six-hour trek to the rim of a six-mile wide crater, and across some fumaroles and lava fields. Cap your day with a filling and delicious lunch at the Campo Duro.Image Source: franslanting.photoshelter.com