This spot is a great place to take a nice hike and observe a "retired" volcano. It is not fancy, but is a typical spot that nationals visit, and does take a bit of work to tackle all of the steps. There are snacks for purchase along the side of the road but perhaps if you are just visiting it would be best to bring your own or eat at a restaurant. If you don't have hiking shoes its ok. I did it in a dress and flip-flops. Theres a nice view down into the volcano from the top as your reward for finishing. It probably takes about 30 minutes from bottom to top at a moderate pace. I believe entrance is free, if not, it won't run you more than 5.00
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