Welcome to Reserva Natural Volcán Cosigüina


Beyond all that lies the Golfo de Fonseca, bordered by the largest mangrove stand left in the Americas. In the other direction, around the volcano’s back, Punta Ñata overlooks cliffs that plunge 250m into the sea; beyond lie the Farallones del Consigüina (also known as the Islotes Consigüina), a series of volcanic islets. There are many black-sand beaches around here for DIY exploration.


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