Essential Information on Volcano Trek and Tour Guide Information
Adventure Tourism always has an element of risk, that’s why it’s called “Adventure” tourism. Risks are managed through a comprehensive assessment process to ensure they remain at an acceptable level. Your safety is important to us so we provide specific information on each of our adventure activities. These include health and fitness requirements, what to bring, and general information. This information is with your booking itinerary or request at email@example.com
It is recommended that you regularly monitor the current geological conditions on Ambrym via the Vanuatu Geo-hazards Department website. Ambrym volcanoes are active volcanoes and subject to changes with very little notice. We further recommend you get full cancellation insurance in case the the volcano alert level raises to unsafe levels and you need to cancel your trip. Please see below the link to this valuable information.
February 2015 Eruption
"This is a reminder that the Ambrym volcano activity remains unrest. Its volcanic Alert Level is still maintained at Level 2.
The danger remains in the caldera area around the volcanic craters of Benbow and Marum (including Maben-Mbwelesu, Niri-Mbwelesu and Mbwelesu) and on volcanic ash and gas prone areas exposed to trade winds. Thus approaching the volcano is not safe; it would be safer to view the volcano away from the Danger Zone (see dashed Zone on the Map below) to avoid any volcano related incidents.Therefore, it is recommended that all communities, villages, visitors and travel agents seriously consider this information."