Etna Sunset Excursion

Etna Sunset Excursion

Etna Sunset Excursion

Unforgettable excursions to Mount Etna, is the Etna sunset excursion. We go up by cable car up to 2500mt, from here we visit some inactive craters cones, inactive eruptive vents and lava fractures until we reach the Barbagallo craters at an altitude of 3000 meters at the base of the main craters where we will wait the sun down.
Then we descend on foot, with helmet and headlamp, until the departure point 1900m, from an ashy canal admiring, in the nice days, a view that sweeps from the Jonian sea coast to the inner of Sicily. 

Fantastic View


The guides provide…

The necessary equipment (jacket, socks, shoes, helmets).


To follow suggestions…

Avoid using contact lenses

…don’t forget to bring with you:

Your lunch

cappello e guanti

Gloves and hat

K-way (waterproof jacket)

Long pants

Excursion itinerary

3:30 p.m. Appointment at the Guide Shelter
4:00 p.m. Departure
7:30 p.m. Arrival at 3000 meters
10:00 p.m. Return at the Guide Shelter

* All times may vary depending on the period.

This excursion is not suitable:

to pregnant women who have overcome the third month of pregnancy, to people suffering from particular pathologies such as cardio vascular disorders, respiratory disorders (asthma), severe hypertension and anxiety.

Important notice

Thanks from the Group of Alpine and Volcanological guides Etna South (Soc.Coop) for your interest.

WARNING: Due to the particular environmental conditions in which we operate, we reserve the right to cancel or interrupt the excursion services in cases of bad wheather and volcanic risk. The guides therefore consider themselves exempt from any liability for direct or indirect damages that may derive from cancellation or interruption of services for reasons beyond their control.

€ 100,00

per person* (All-inclusive)

*The price includes (cable car tickets, hiking shoes, socks, jackets, helmets,  guide service and headlamp).

Reservation request

For info and reservations contact the following addresses.

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