If youâ€™re passing by this way, you might want to check out the ancient footprints that were found near the shore of Lake XolotlÃ¡n and that are now displayed in a local museum. After they were discovered in 1874, experts identified these impressions in the volcanic soil as created by humans some 6,000 years ago. The museum is small and can be visited in under ten minutes.
From La Bodega de Cadala Maria, one block towards the lake
Archaeology, Anthropology, ethnography, Cultural
Price Description: $2 for foreigners; free for nationals
Relative price: Budget
Open Hours from:8 a.m.
Open Hours to:5 p.m.
Travel Skills: None
Phone: (505) 266-5774
Karina currentlyï¿½lives in Nicaragua, where she intermingles with the local animals and wildlife, and occasionally likes to...