The fiery grandeur of Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park

Spanning 505 square miles on the southeast coast of the "Big Island," Hawaii, this UNESCO World Heritage Site famously includes two active volcanoes, Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, and you can get epic views of volanic landscapes as well as steam vents and even some molten lava (especially dramatic at night). There’s also a paved road, and at the park's Jaggar Museum you can learn about the history and the science of the park and its volcanoes; there's also a viewpoint over Kilauea's Halema'uma'u Crater, where the lava lake is on the surface.

Read more in Tripatini member Iness Greener's post "5 Musts in Hawaii." 





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