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When you reach the top either by car or in a trecking program youll have the reward of a fantástic view
Apart from the lagoon once a vulcano crater you can glimpse part of the island the surrounding sea
If you are hiking or about...More
Absolutely gorgeous lake. We went twice. Once in the afternoon and the next day in the morning. Both visits taught us to be patient. Fog (or clouds) moves in from the ocean and occasionally disappears after warming up. The next wind repeats the cycle. The...More
I was left breathless just by the plain sight of surreal nature! It was like being in Jurassic park, just waiting for some triceratops jumps out of the bushes! Bathing in the volcanic pools is just an otherworldly experience! Coming here only once is just...More
We were there during a short trip from the north to the south. Mostly the lake is behind fog and the name is really suitable. Always check weather conditions before to go up to the lake. If conditions ok, the view is fantastic, especially when...More
Fantastic views on the winding roads to get here, lots of different viewpoints. If you head to the main car park you can park there free and walk down to the lake for a different perspective. Very peaceful place and beautiful even on a cloudy...More
Beautiful. Well worth the visit. You experience all kinds of weather - fog, sun, rain. I went by car in a tour but you can take a taxi or drive and find lots of hiking trails. Pictures don’t do it justice.
Just nice place with lots of views. I recommended to go there early morning because of people and mby for sunrise. We walked down around the lake and try found out second way out which should be a few steps behind a little lake, unfortunately...More
I don't believe there is public transport to the mountain. We rented a vehicle and drove to the top(rim) and then hiked down. I did notice several couples coming from the bottom and hiking up as we were going down. There are... More
I don't believe there is public transport to the mountain. We rented a vehicle and drove to the top(rim) and then hiked down. I did notice several couples coming from the bottom and hiking up as we were going down. There are tour buses that go up but I didn't actually see any during the time we were there.
There is a paved road going to the top of the hill overlooking the lake, but I really would not see it as a hiking area. You would want to take a vehicle to the top. Once there, you will find plenty of easy places to walk... More
There is a paved road going to the top of the hill overlooking the lake, but I really would not see it as a hiking area. You would want to take a vehicle to the top. Once there, you will find plenty of easy places to walk near the road. However, the "money" view overlooking the crater requires a short walk on a narrow, uneven, and rocky path. I would not recommend that for someone with limited mobility.
At the level of the lake, there is a scenic overlook area. There is a narrow path down to the beach. I did not take it, but it looked reasonably smooth and not overly steep for those with good mobility in relatively decent shape. However, it is a long path, it does go downhill, and it is not wide, so I would not recommend it for someone with limited mobility.
Mostly, you can get the best views from either a vehicle window or by stepping onto the pavement at the scenic overlooks. This lake is one of the most beautiful parts of the island, if not the most beautiful, and should not be missed.