For the Sicilians Mt.Etna is just “a muntagna” (THE mountain), but do not be fooled by this name or by the fact that it is a volcano so controlled to be known as “the good giant”. Etna remains an active volcano, and one of the liveliest in the world, so it is always wrong to venture among its woods, its lavic deserts or its craters without an expert guide by your side. It is important not only to know where to go but also when to go and how, by what means. We at Go Etna Excursions are here to assist you in this pleasant choice with our itineraries.
Read what happened at the moment on Mount Etna.
We report on outbreaks, tremor and scientific knowledge. We show and explain to you video footage, pictures and seismographic records.
Etna 23 -24.04 2012
Update February 8, 2012 / 23:00
Already on 06.02.2012 it rumbled back inside the “new South-East Crater” with small fountains and some ash.
On 08 FEBRUARY, against 19:30 clock could be recognized by recording an increase of tremor.
Later, around 21.30 local time clock, you could see the lava fountains on the first thermal imaging records of the INGV (Italian Institute of Geology and Volcanology) get (more…)Posted on: