Authorities in the south of Colombia lowered the level of alert from red to orange following a decrease in activity of the Galeras volcano that erupted on Saturday.
The orange alert means authorities remain alert for possible other eruptions.
Saturday’s eruption led to no deaths or injuries, but did cause forest fires because of lava coming down the volcano.
Inhabitants who had been ordered to evacuate were ordered not to return to their homes yet.
The volcano is located close to the city of Pasto where a lot of tourists are staying because of the city’s world-famous carnival.
In 2009, the volcano, considered the most active in Colombia, erupted three times.