took a tender from our cruise ship to the dock and boarded a motor yacht/boat, very quaint, wooden boat with masts, the staff where friendly and you can purchase drinks at a reasonable price. A short trip over to the volcano and an easy 1k walk up to the top, stunninf views from sea level all the way up to the top, the path is quite wide and stopping wont get in the way of otheres, seats at various points with aparasol if you get tired. you can walk around the top and even see the sulphur clouds, there are dug holes near the top of the crater to pop your hand in and feel the heat...careful it's hot! after boarding the boat we travelled over to the hot springs, change in the toilets on board if you need to and do not where anything you mind getting soiled as sulphur stains, i wore black. Dive from the boat, climb down the ladder, or simply watch, swim the 50m over tot he springs, it's fun and a little bit different, finding the mud to smear on your skin is hard but a friendly bloke found a spots amongst the stones that was soft mud,(which is said to make you appear 20 years younger!) The boat sounds a horn for your return. a fabulous day trip out . And i would do it again if the opportunity arose.
Just wear decent shoes for the volcano and old stuff to swim in, for kids take their swimming buoyancy aid to wear, an an old towel and a waterproof camera :) was sure value for money
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