Already mentioned by others, but, to summarise: arrive early to avoid queues (in Feb, mid morning was still fine, midday very busy); no walking allowed, just your vehicle plus the park's coach; no signs, just follow the cars in front of you along the only one road and, when you get to the car park area (with toilets, shop and restaurant) you'll be directed to park and board the coach. The 30-40 min tour by coach has a recorded voice with basic explanations. At the end, when returning to the car park, you will see demonstrations of the underground heat: hot gravel, sort of small geysers, the restaurant's barbecue with geothermal heat. A visit to this park is a must, for the unique scenery formed in the 1730's, when a number of volcanoes emerged and devastated an extended area of the island. Along the way to get to the park, but before the entrance, there is camel ride.
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