Volcanic Eruption Activity.
|Hawai'i Tri-Park Annual Pass $55
|Private Vehicle Pass $30
|Motorcycle Pass $25
|Pedestrian / Cyclist Pass $15
Can you tour a volcano?
Volcano Tours in HawaiiHawaii Volcanoes National Park is located on the Island of Hawaii. Hawaii Forest & Trail provides tours from Kona and Hilo with convenient pickup locations in Waikoloa Resort areas. Browse our Big Island volcano tour options below and plan for an exciting time!
Can I see lava in Hawaii?
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is open 24 hours a day, so your chance to see glowing lava (from near or far) is pretty good when the volcano is actively erupting (it's periodically erupting only at the summit in Halemaumau currently), especially when it's dark.
Is it worth it to stay in volcano Hawaii?
Few Attractions Outside of the ParkIf you're a nature junkie, a stay in Volcano Village is well worth the trip. If you're more inclined to relax by the pool, enjoy fine dining, and get a luxurious spa treatment during your time in Hawaii, this isn't the place for you.
How much is a volcano tour?
Do you need 4 wheel drive to visit volcano National Park?
All roads in the park are two-wheel drive roadways and do not require four-wheel drive vehicles. Start your visit at the Kīlauea Visitor Center located just beyond the park's entrance station on the right.
What is the deadliest volcano to erupt?
|Human death toll
|71,000 to 250,100+
|1815 eruption of Mount Tambora, Year Without a Summer
|1883 eruption of Krakatoa
|1902 eruption of Mount Pelée
|Nevado del Ruiz
Where was the deadliest volcano?
Mount Tambora volcanoLocated on Sumbawa Island, Indonesia, the eruption of this volcano, recorded on April 10, 1815, was the most destructive catastrophe of its time and brought with it climatic consequences.
Is it safe to visit volcano National Park?
Stay out of closed areas. The park remains open 24 hours a day, and the public is reminded to stay safe by following these precautions: Volcanic conditions can be hazardous and change at any time. Stay on marked trails and overlooks, and avoid earth cracks and cliff edges.