The Spanish island of La Palma opens its guided routes to the Cumbre Vieja to tourism. As the volcano continues to degas.
Circuits have been established through safe areas near the cone that are monitored at all times. In the first visits the residents have come.
“You are impressed to see what nature does and see the destruction it caused, how many houses are under there, horrible,” says one of the residents.
Isla de la Palma opens its guided routes to the cone of the Cumbre Vieja volcano to tourism
“This for me is an opportunity because it means coming to reconcile, accept and learn to live together,” says another.
They are the first steps towards reconciliation with this huge lava field that is solidifying on top of their houses.
The volcano that forced the eviction of more than 7,000 people, destroyed more than 1,640 buildings, 73 kilometers of roads and ruined the island.
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