My husband and I waited and waited until the clouds part and the volcano becomes visible. During the last day of our vacation, we finally decided to go hike to the volcano no matter what the weather was. First, it is best to get to the volcano if you have a rental car. Entrance is only $10 and it's a good half a day activity. Make sure to go past the private trails (the profits don't go to the park itself but to private owners of trails) and go to the actual National Park trails. Ask which trail leads to the Sabor tree because it is truly a must see! It's 400 years old!!! There are a couple of different trails so make sure to ask which one is past the Sabor tree. Overall, a pleasant hike even if it's a bit cloudy out.
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