A blazing lava tongue touches the Pacific which sends gleaming steam out into the air. The hot cloud arise about 4 thousand feet high from rips into the volcanic valleys.
The Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park is located on Hawaii Island. The dramatic nature is offered by this National Park to the Hawaiian Islands. It seems as though the earth and the island has still construction processes left behind. The masterpiece of this Hawaiian Island National Park is four thousand feet Kilauea which is one among the highly active volcanoes of the world. The reason for this is that the goddess of Hawaiian volcanoes, Pele has selected this place for her residence.
This park also encircles 13,680 feet Mauna Loa which is the largest and active volcano of the world, which has lastly erupted on 1984. If you take about forty five minutes of drive from southwest of Hilo, you reach this five hundred and twenty square miles park. It takes about 2 hours from Kona on South-east. You can complete sampling the entire park within half of the day or you can linger longer if you wish. It’s not the matter how longer you stay or where you get going, you will surely experience astonishment and be impressed. The Hawai ‘i Volcanoes National Park is the best at doing this for people.
You will never forget this place, once you visit!
VISIT PLAN- TIPS
The National Park, Hawai’i Volcanoes is located about thirty miles from Hilo (southwest of Hilo) and about ninety miles from southeast of Kona.
Weather and Climate
The elevations of this N.P range about four thousand feet from sea level above Kilauea. The weather and the temperature range is cool weather and rainy and is uncommon during summit; the coastline of this national park is dry and hot.
You can visit the centerpiece of the National Park, Kilauea Caldera within half a day. Allocate an entire day if you wish driving to Chain of Craters Road and trek on their trials. The active lava flows including Kapalana Lava View are better experienced during darkness.