By: Taha Sakr
The Saudi adventurer Badr Al-Shaibani managed to climb the “Masaya” volcano southeast of Managua, the capital of Nicaragua, the third-largest city in Central America, behind Tegucigalpa and Guatemala City.
According to the Saudi newspaper of ‘El-Watan’, Al-Shaibani was able to approach the lively volcanic lake in the volcano, and watch the unique lava melt.
Forbes Magazine Middle East ranked Al-Shaibani among the 50 leading figures for his activity in spreading healthy culture.
The Masaya Volcano, 20 km southeast of Managua, the capital of Nicaragua, contains one of five active lava lakes around the world.
The “Masaya” volcano is located within a protected area of an area of about 50 square kilometers, where the vast fields of fossilized lava overlap with white flowers of Plumeria type.