How often do you get to walk up an active volcano ? Well, this was our chance. But yeah, if you are expecting lava and magma flowing out ... you are sure to be disappointed. That part of the volcano is under water (thankfully) and you get to see only the rocks that have formed over the years due to eruptions. What I found most fascinating was the difference in topography of two parts of island - which were made from two different explosions. One the recent one was barren with large rocks and the other one had withered with time and had vegetation etc coming.
If you are the adventure types, and like to trek a little, I would suggest you to take a boat and go on this island. Its nice !!
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