Posts Tagged “Big Island Volcano”
I recently got the chance to experience one of the rarest and most magical places this beautiful state has to offer, Hawaii’s volcanoes. Offering more than just spectacular views of Mother Nature in action, Hawaii Volcano Tours feel more like a journey back in time.
Are Hawaii’s volcanoes on the top of your vacation “to do” list? Maybe Pearl Harbor? Or you’ve heard about how beautiful the Road to Hana is. Either way, you can’t see any of these amazing sites on the same island. You need to get island hopping in Hawaii!
Hawaii is known having scenic and unspoiled natural beauty. From breathtaking waterfalls to black sand beaches, Hawaii eco tours will have you experiencing the Hawaii you’ve been dreaming about seeing.
Volcanoes, beautiful beaches, amazing snorkeling, snowboarding, music, film festivals, slower island pace and great food are just a few reasons to include Big Island Hawaii Tours in your next Hawaii vacation.
Active lava flows from Puu Oo Crater on the Big Island of Hawaii entered Hawaii Volcanoes National Park last weekend. The eruption spread across a nearby coastal plain in Kalapana, and is still located roughly one half-mile from the Pacific Ocean. The lava is not heading directly to the ocean, but instead is spreading across [...]
What activities should be on the top of the list for planning a Hawaiian vacation?
Many “must-do’s” of Hawaii may be accomplished on one island, but the only way to really discover everything Hawaii has to offer is to hop over to one of Hawaii’s outer islands.
The U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory released video footage of volcanic activity at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park this past weekend. Active lava video On Friday, April 13, 2012, the USGS released this video showing a small lava pond in the eastern section o f Pu’u O’o Crater. The lava has been active for approximately the past [...]
After two years and over $4 million in renovations, the iconic Volcano House hotel in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park may finally reopen its doors to the public. The Volcano House inn, which is also a restaurant and gift shop, opened in the 19th century, was rebuilt in 1941, and closed its doors to renovations in [...]