Established as a national park since 1937; awe-inspiring craters, hotsprings, multi-colored muds and rocks, lakes, virgin forests with giant ferns and orchids, lagoon, and temperate climate.
Most people travel to Lake Mahagnao Volcanic National Park to trek through the stunning countryside past a vast array of flora and fauna including orchids, lilies, colorful birds, giant ferns and tropical shrubs. There is plenty to see along the way such as dazzling waterfalls and a flowing river. The focal point of the park is two volcanic craters consisting of cool Mahagnao Lake and warm Malagsum Lake. The latter is an excellent place for swimming and there are often boat trips on the lake.
Those who want to stay overnight in Lake Mahagnao Volcanic National Park can make use of the rest hut on the shore of the lake, which is big enough to accommodate 30 to 40 campers and contains basic cooking and washing facilities.