The entire hike is around 4 miles, but probably very doable for most fitness levels, provided you don’t mind climbing up and down some rock stairs. I think we spent around 2.5 hours there, but we stopped a good bit for pictures and exploration off the trail. Good shoes are a must! Sunscreen and water are essential, too. It was wild—we started in the rainforest and ended up in what seemed to be a barren crater, which upon closer inspection was belching steam (you could feel the heat and smell the sulfur), with a considerable amount of plant life (succulent ferns and others). Take your time to marvel at the olivine and look for Pele’s hair twinkling in the sunlight. Don’t miss out on this incredible experience!
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