A nice trip out of town and away from ruins. It isn't an easy walk but it isn't very far. It would be great to do at your own speed but our guide wanted to set a speed record. It would have been nicer to have learnt a bit as we went rather than charging up 100 yards in front of the group.
You are also feel a bit pressurised into taking a horse. I suspect this is why the guide sets off so quickly. Ingore him and the persistent horse people, walk at your own speed and you will get there fine.
The views of the volcano are good. On the day we visited it was cloudy so we were only able to see one of the other volcano's in the group. Since the eruption you have to stop at the bottom of the lava flow which is a shame. The 'thing' on this trip is to find a hole in the lava rocks and poke in a marshmallow on a stick to toast it.
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