Volcanos in Hawaii

A volcanic archipelago in the middle of the pacific, Hawaii offers some of the most surreal and unusually beautiful landscapes that you’ll ever come across. Unlike any other place in the world, its rich volcanic terrain has created stunning rugged peaks, carpets of lush green jungle, and beaches with gold, red, black and even green sands. The very best way to experience these enchanting scenes is by climbing to the very top. There are a total of 5 volcanoes that make up the island of Hawaii, three of which are currently active. At the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park — one of the few places on Earth where you can come face-to-face with an active volcano — you’ll have 150 miles of hiking trails to choose from. Snaking through volcanic craters, scalded deserts and rainforests, these trails also take you past ancient petroglyphs and a walk-in lava tube. It is an otherworldly experience to explore the park, hike through the lava tubes, and watch flowing lava. We suggest ending your day at the top of Halema’uma’u Crater where you can marvel at the incredible sights this land has to offer. 

Getting There

The main gateway to Hawaii is Honolulu International Airport which has many daily flights serving from New York CityLos AngelesLas VegasSan FranciscoOrlando, and Miami. There are also direct flights from the mainland to Maui, Kauai, and Hawaii Island, but you may need to connect through Oahu to get to neighboring islands such as Lanai and Molokai. Once at the airport, you are welcomed with a host of travel options. There are number of travel option via Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Mexico, Chile or USA for Australian Citizen. Public transport is always an easy way to get around the city or you can find private transfers and rental vehicles. Tour packages will be a great idea to explore the active volcanoes with an expert guide.

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