A volcanic crater with three lakes is hidden in the northern part of Ecuador. This lake complex is called Mojanda lakes named Yanakucha, Warmikucha, and Karikucha. The crater formed during an explosive eruption some 200,000 years ago. Since then, there is no evidence that there were eruptions, so it is concluded that the volcano was extinguished. The slopes of Mojanda are overgrown with grass, and today they serve as sheds for cattle. Also, these beautiful lakes attract a large number of tourists, who come for hiking and enjoying the views.