If you have the opportunity, climb at night to whitness the blue light. the path up is good, but the way down into the crater is not easy. Bring a good torch and a gasmask. The sulfur dioxide and steam can be very nasty when the wind turn your direction. Although people go down with sandals, some more sturdy shoes are pleasant. Officially the crater area is closed due to increased activity since February, but sulfur workers ( and tourists) still go down in the crater to collect the sulfur. They are happy to guide for some cigarettes or money. At night nobody bothers anyway if you enter the park or the crater.
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