Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
7 expert reviews
“Since the latest eruption began in 1983, Kilauea Volcano has been adding new land to the Big Island rather steadily.”
"Hawaii’s premier natural attraction, home to an active volcano and one of only two World Heritage Sites in the islands." Full review
"Few visitors are familiar with this 116,000-acre portion of the national park...hike through forest and fields that include a cinder cone, tree molds from an 1866 lava flow, and ranchera relics " Full review
Note: There are restrooms but no drinking water.
"Even among Hawaii's many wonders, this national park stands out: its two active volcanoes testify to the ongoing birth of the islands." Full review
For hikers, it's heaven.
Travel + Leisure
"The awe-inspiring and ruggedly beautiful Kilauea is called the drive-in volcano because paved roads allow you to traverse it by car." Full review
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"The most popular attraction in the Hawaiian Islands, Kilauea has been erupting since 1983" Full review