Volcanoes are monuments to Earth’s origin. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park displays the results of 70 million years of volcanism, migration, and evolution and a distinct human culture.
The park allows you to witness two of the world’s most active volcanoes, including the Kīlauea volcano.
Seen by millions of tourists each year, it the most visited attraction in Hawaii and the most visited volcano in the world.
Some quick facts:
It is the youngest and most active of the five volcanoes and has been erupting continuously since 1983.
You can SEE THE LAVA flowing into the ocean and whose glow you can see at night at the Halema’umau crater.
Check it out below:
A few fun activities:
You can experience the crater by car, bicycle, or foot.
You can check out the Jaggar Museum along the crater rim.
You can go underground in the Volcano House (hotel). It is the original Whitney Vault where MIT scientist, Hawai’ian Volcano Observatory founder and Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park co-founder Thomas A. Jaggar set up his 16-by-12-foot underground lab.
The vault is open to visitors weekly (check the park’s calendar for dates and times) for a peek inside the lab and its original seismograph and other tools used by scientists in the early-1900s.
Of course, you can walk through lava!
And, if you are the romantic type, you can witness the beautiful starry night. Stargazing at Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park is spectacular.
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