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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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P.O. Box 52, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, HI 96785
808.985.6000

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - user review
The park is amazing! As you drive along the road through the park, there are places that you can pull off to the side and get a little closer to some of the natural attractions. Whether it be the gas vents, sulfur vents, or old lava flows, everything is very accessible and doesn?t require much walk...
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Volcano Park - Get there Early - user review
Absolutely wonderful, however it is a long and sweaty walk to see the lava. You should bring plenty of water, wear hiking boots and a flashlight or two. It takes so long that y...
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - user review
If you want to see firsthand the beginnings of life, you must visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (808-985-6017 or 808-985-6000). Where fresh lava is flowing, new land is formed before your eyes. If you visit older lava flows, you will see various stages of ecosystems being formed. There are barren...
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - user review
This park was great to visit. The Visitor Centre was an excellent place to start and explained how volcanoes were formed, where they were, and what was happening. If you want to try and see lava, check here first. Unfortunately for us the nearest lava when we were there was a nine-mile hike, althoug...
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - expert review
This site contains two of the most active volcanoes in the world, Mauna Loa (4,170 m high) and Kilauea (1,250 m high), both of which tower over the Pacific Ocean. Volcanic eruptions have created a constantly changing landscape, and the lava flows reveal surprising geological formations. Rare birds a...
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - user review
The large Kilauea Caldera is next to the visitor center. There?s no lava at THIS crater, but it is of an impressive size, including 400-feet tall cliffs to the floor of the caldera and steaming vents on the floor. My girls enjoyed walking through the Thurston Lava Tube, a cave/tunnel left by a lava...
igougo.com

Awesome power of nature - user review
The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the big island is the most awesome experience I have ever had on many trips to Hawaii. The power of nature takes my breath away. On an e...
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Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park - user review
This is the world's most active volcano. When you enter the park, you'll be on Crater Rim Drive. Along it you'll find the Kilauea Visitor Center (open from 7:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, year round), sulfur banks, steam vents, Kilauea Overlook, (great view of Kilauea Caldera), The Hawaiian Volcano Ob...
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Amazing views that can only be seen here! - user review
We really enjoyed this trip. We drove around the Crater Rim trail- a bunch of craters, steam rising from the ground. The best part was the drive downward along what I think is ca...
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - user review
There is lava everywhere, but it is a very unique environment. Definitely drive around the Crater Rim road and walk around the overlooks. Trails around steam vents are short and very enjoyable. Do not miss the Devastation Trail, where burned down ground borders lush vegetation--impressive! The chain...
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Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park - user review
Home of the active Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is not to be missed. The park is the most popular attraction on the Island. About 2 years ago Mauna Kilauea erupted treating everyone to a fiery display of lava. It is now the most active volcano in the world, although it is not erup...
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gotta see the Lava! - user review
I love hawaii, really who doesnt. visiting the volcanoes and lava flow are a must in order to say youve been to hawaii. The hike sounds terrible, but it is easier than y...
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - expert review
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Guide Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is located on the Big Island of Hawaii, which is 800,000 years old. Established in 1916, the park spans 878 sq kilometres (339 sq miles) and ranges from sea level to the top of Mauna Loa, the world’s tallest volcano at 4169m (...
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - user review
Many cauldrons and old site to see. Many different smells. We recommend hiking to the flowing lava, but the park rangers discourage it. We have done it numerous times. Take flashlights for everyone, water for everyone, and good shoes. You hike around 7 miles and most of it is in the dark over lava b...
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