Have never seen a volcano and I was not disappointed, the scenery was beautiful. As others have said you are overwhelmed with the fact that it is an active volcano. We didn't go hiking or walking in the area just viewed the Volcano and lake from afar, but got some beautiful photographs. Ate lunch overlooking the Volcano and lake, didn't want to leave. When we got to the area our driver stopped so we could take photographs we got out to take them and were bombarded by women and children trying to sell you things (very tacky and poor quality goods), and if you show any interest then they don't leave you alone, it spoilt it for us and we didn't take any photographs at this point, they were so in our face it wasn't possible (can totally understand that this is probably there only income, but they should learn that if they kept there distance they would probably get more sales) So my advice is just say no from the start however cute the children are, we did this further along the road and were left alone. As you enter the location there is a stop point and you have to pay approx $1 per person to enter the area.
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