Big Island Volcano Offers Most Spectacular Display In 14 Years

Young and Still Growing The Big Island of Hawaii lives up to its name; at 95 miles long and 80 miles wide, it is much larger than the other three major islands combined. Indeed, it comprises over 63% of the land area of all the Hawaiian Islands. At a mere 450,000 to 800,000 years of age, it is also the youngest island and is still forming today because of Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano. Unparalleled Majesty Big Island has some of the world’s tallest mountains, deep valleys, plunging waterfalls, 266 miles of coastline, black sand beaches, astounding agricultural plantations, picture-perfect tropical waters - the list could just go on. It truly is a place of matchless beauty.
Walk on Lava Volcanoes National Park is the most active volcanic region on the planet. Only on the Big Island can you witness the breathtaking natural phenomenon of lava flowing into the ocean. Our specialized volcano tours take you right into the middle of the action in both these places. You can choose a volcano sightseeing tour that will provide you with a day-long overview of all the best sights and scenes on the island. We offer departures from Oahu, Kauai, Maui and of course Hilo.

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