We just returned from a trip to Kos and we utterly enjoyed it! We will defenitly go back.
Just something happened that worries me. We went for a day trip to Nyssiros. It just have been raining and when arriving at the caldera of the volcano there was water in it. You could see it boiling in the middle. Also a lot of steam and gasses was coming out of several holes.
A man in our group stepped on a place of the crust that was very thin apparently and went through with his right foot. His foot was burned severly with 2nd degree burns.
I wonder if this happened before and question the safety of entering the caldera.
Can anyone tell me more?
Thanks in advance, Dora.