Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
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Although you might not see lava pouring into the ocean at the moment, the Volcanoes National Park offers a wide variety of activities from hikes, steam vent viewing, and lava tube exploring. The rural setting is absolutely stunning and the native forest habitat is a wonderful place to spend at…
Located on the south side of the Big Island, you won't regret visiting this great national park. Although there is no longer active lava flow, you can still visit craters, see ancient petroglyphs and even see steam still rising from the earth's crust.
It is a drive for sure but well worth it! I recommend leaving in the early morning around 8 and traveling south to see Green Sands Beach, Black Sands Beach and South Point before arriving at the park around 2. See the crater, hike around and then go back through Hilo to arrive around dinner. Drive…
Hawaii was created by volcanoes and the National Park remains one of the greatest attractions available. Learn about the dynamics of Pele's power. Chain of Craters Road is a great drive.
The world famous Volcano National Park. Home of the hawaiian volcano goddess Pele. Learn of volcanic system and also hawaiian history and beliefs.
Very popular sightseeing destination with great views of the crater and steam vents. Excellent hiking