Posts Tagged “volcanoes”
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.
The Big Island of Hawaii is largest of all the islands in the Aloha State. Not only is it home to the world’s most active volcano, Mt. Kilauea, there are some great things to do outdoors while on vacation. Here’s a look at some of the exciting possibilities of what to do when planning Big Island activities.
Hawaii tour packages take a dash of history, a pinch of island hopping, a splash of the beach, a cup of lava, a sprinkle of sunshine, and a whole heap of fun to give you the best way to see the islands!
Hawaii volcanoes are the hottest attraction in the islands of Hawaii. Literally. Here is a look at the amazing things you’ll find while visiting Hawaii volcanoes for a vacation experience you wont forget!
The Big Island of Hawaii is home to the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea. This past week Kilauea Volcano has had increased activity and lava levels in the crater have been rising. The best time for Hawaii volcano tours is when it’s most active, so here’s a look at what’s hot right now.
An exhibit that has been featured at Lyman Museum is sure to inspire volcano tours in Hawaii. “Hawaii Volcanoes: 1880’s to Present” has been running at the Lyman Museum as an exhibit since December 9, 2011 and will end on March 31, 2012. About the Exhibit Part of the exhibit is recently discovered and digitized [...]
Kilauea is, according to the United States Geological Service and the Hawaii Volcano Observatory, perhaps the world’s most active volcano. It has been erupting continuously since January 3, 1983. That’s 29 years! Since it began erupting in 1983 there has been a lot of research done on and around the lava spewing volcano. It is [...]
Imagine living in an area where a volcano has been erupting for 28 years! Thats the Big Island for you, and Mt. Kilauea just had its birthday. Its east rift zone started erupting January 3rd 1983, and is still active today.