As the largest volcanic crater lake in Nicaragua, Laguna de Apoyo has a lot to see. There are lots of angles and facets, and the perspective changes from hour to hour. Here are a few photos shared by our friends to give you an idea of the different ways people see the lake.
|Sunrise is a great moment to be on the lake. Vera Neumann|
|Lake Apoyo may show patches of different colors, when viewed from above, as in this photo taken from Catarina. Ad Konings.|
|Sometimes views of the lake are sharp and clear, and other times there may be clouds or haze, but the view is always worth a smile. Jessica Lopez.|
|Any visit to Laguna de Apoyo must include swimming. Photo Lucy Lia Real.|
|Stormy weather can be dramatic in Laguna de Apoyo, worth seeing at a safe distance. Photo Jen Moran.|
GAIA scientists have discovered five species of fish in Laguna de Apoyo, all of which are only found in this lake.
|A serene moment at Laguna de Apoyo calls for yoga. Photo Jen Moran.|
|Loving Laguna de Apoyo means leaving only a shadow behind. Catherine Bard-Dechesnau|
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