Mauna Kea, or “White Mountain” in english, is the tallest of the 5 volcanoes on Hawaii’s Big Island. It is no longer active unlike nearby Mount Kilauea which has been erupting continuously since 1983.
The Pu’u Loa Petroglyphs can be found off Chain Of Craters Road in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. The majority of petroglyphs show a variety of human forms, and simple dots that represent new born babies.
Mount Kilauea is the island of Hawaii’s most active volcano, and has been erupting since 1983. The raw beauty of the landscapes around the volcano is very memorable and like no place else on earth.
Jaggar Museum at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is named for Thomas A. Jaggar, a famous Geologist. The museum looks over the Halema’uma’u Crater and Mt. Kilauea.
The Volcanoes Golf and Country Club is just a 3-iron away from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, sitting on the rim of Kilauea Crater.
Mt. Kilauea’s mystifying volcanic steam vents stretch throughout Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Cascading 80 feet downand over an ancient Hawaiian caveRainbow Falls is at its best when the sun hits the misty waters in the early morning, when mists rise up from the pool below.
Queen Liliuokalani Gardens, built for Queen Lydia Liliuokalani, are located in Hilo Town on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Kuhio Bay in Hilo Town and Hilo Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii features a stunning black sand beach.
Thurston Lava Tube at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park continues to awe every visitor with its tranquil, almost eerie presence.