ACCOMMODATION AND FACILITIES
Accommodation is very basic but will keep you dry and snug for the night. Twelve small A-frame huts cling to the upper slopes of the crater rim, each with two simple single beds with foam mattresses on which to lay your sleeping bag. A shared ‘long drop’ lavatory is reached by a safety rope (due to the slope being quite steep) a little further downhill, making trips to the bathroom quite an experience! There is no running water or electricity, so don’t forget a torch, and cosy clothes are a must. If you can tear your eyes away from the mesmerising cauldron of fire deep inside the crater, your personal chef will prepare a hearty and warming meal for you to enjoy around a campfire.