See the big picture from above. Get up close and personal with a private visit to Volcanoes National Park with your own interpretive guide. Visit a lava field escorted by a world-renowned volcanologist.
When people talk of "the volcano" in Hawai'i, they typically mean Kīlauea, the youngest and most active volcano in the state and home to Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. A lesser known fact, however, is that the entire Hawaiian archipelago, encompassing 137 islands and numerous atolls and seamounts across more than 1,500 miles, is comprised of volcanoes.
Volcanic activity and its evidence is everywhere, and visible in every stage, in Hawaiʻi. Chains of craters, sloping, jagged lava fields, and freshly formed black sand beaches are some of the first features to emerge in the volcanic landscape. Over the passing of millennia, the interaction of lava, rain, wind, and surf creates a backdrop of steep river valleys, streaming with waterfalls.
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