Best to do as part of a tour. You are taken by minibus to the base of the trail and the guide that we had was very knowledgeable about the area and looked out for all members of the group, adapting the pace accordingly. For us it was a hard three hour climb to the edge of the crater where the view was stunning both of the crater itself and the surrounding mountains, forest and sea. Fortunately the descent was much easier and quicker and was followed by an excellent meal in a local creole restaurant .
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