What you'll do
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes for walking, waterproof poncho, a jacket, sun protection, water bottle, sun hats and keep any electronic in cases in case of rain. The 12-km walk takes about 3 hours. The walk is made on a path of medium difficulty with a steep slope. The Sierra Negra Volcano has the second longest crater in the world, approximately 6 miles in diameter and 300 feet deep and is one of the most spectacular views in the Galapagos. The walk continues to Volcán Chico. You can feel the hot earth as we get closer, since this is a volcano is active. The panoramic view from this place is wonderful. In the afternoon we return to the hotel.
I am a Naturist Guide with current license and descendant of one of the first families of settlers who came from Guayaquil to the beautiful beaches of Isabela Island in Galápagos, almost thirty years ago, set in motion the wonderful task of providing accommodation, food and excursions to the visitors who came to this remote island
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes, a jacket, sun protection, sun hat.
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Where you'll be
The second largest volcanic crater in the world, 9 km wide and 90 m deep. From the crater, you will begin your walk through the lava fields of Volcan Chico, where you will enjoy the different colors, formations and landscapes that this magical place has to offer. There are not many animals living in the Volcano area, but you can have enough to catch a glimpse of the Galapagos Hawks, lava lizards and Tierra Iguanas.
Things to keep in mind
For a full refund, cancel at least 7 days before the experience is scheduled to start or within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests aged 2 and up can attend.
You’ll need to take a picture of yourself that matches the photo on your ID. This is so Airbnb can confirm who’s actually going on the experience. You’ll only have to do this once.
Trekking to the Sierra Negra Volcano