A visit to the top of the volcano is a must! The views are spectacular and on a clear day, you can see both Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Our group only saw the Pacific because clouds obscured the view to the East but, needless to say, it was an awesome experience. The road/trail up has been improved recently but is still not advised for anything other than 4 wheel drive with good tires. Part of our group hiked up while I took the leisuely way and drove! Whatever gets you there, it's worth it to see both sunset and sunrise.
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