We went on the 3 hour tour which was wonderful. We had a small group of only 7 people plus Dara, our guide. (Congrats to him on his recent wedding! :-) Our hike went from pasture to rocky mountain tops to 1,000 year old church ruins and finished up with a chat with the local farmer.The day was gray, but we managed to hike in between rain storms so we only had soggy feet. We missed out on the volcano tea, but no one minded as it looked like it would start raining at any minute. The history, folklore and floral information really make the hike. One thing to note is that the rocks are very slippery when wet, so make sure you wear sturdy shoes, hiking boots would be best. You also have to scramble over a few rock walls. All in all, we would all do it again and our group ranged in age from 66 to 13.
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