A bit of a hike but worth all the way!! Gotta contact a local agency and join a grup to go there, you can not do it by ur self.
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We took a "short" hike up to the top of the first caldera. Quite an amazing view in all directions. Aside from the views we saw plenty of birds and butterfly's. be carecal as you walk as there are numeroustree roots etc that you can...More
Warning: this is an intense 16km tour taking between 4 and 5 hours! But the experience is quite unique: Sierra Negra crater is one if the largest volcano craters on earth (10 kilometers in diameter), and the view from the rim into the crater is...More
Climbing to the top of this volcano was one of the highlights of our visit to the Galapagos. A good gentle workout, and gorgeous vistas. If you are adventurous you can go completely around the rim - a much longer trek, but enjoyable.
Pretty challenging hike for some. Wear good shoes and lots of sun block. Views of caldera are spectacular, especially after a rain when the "steam" is rising up through the vents.
We hike to the second crater, 11 miles. The fog lifted at the first crater and we had beautiful views. Lots of flowers on the hike. This was a highlight. The first part of the hike to the picnic area and first crater is easy....More
Very impressive to see this magnificent caldera and the lava flow. Fairly short but often steep hike to the top, and can be made into a 5-mile loop. It was intensely sunny and hot the day we went there, so be prepared with sunblock and...More
I was with a naturalist and a small group who took a ten mile hike to the top of Sierra Nega volcano. At the summit, you have an awe-inspiring view of a huge caldera. The volcano was active as recently ten years, and steam is...More
We did the 24 km hike to the Sulphur Mines on Sierra Negra volcano on Isabela. The views at the Sulphur mines were incredible and worth the hike. The hike is too difficult if you are not in very good shape. I hiked with my...More