Kilauea Volcano is the star of the Big Island’s Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii's only World Heritage Site. Kilauea Volcano remains active, spouting orange lava, venting steam, glowing and sputtering. When conditions are safe you can drive ... 

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November 2015

Dinner alfresco at sunset

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November 2015

Ocean-side stop.

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November 2015

Steam Vents

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November 2015

Flora growing out of volcanic rock


November 2015

Our fantastic guide Matt teaching us about the local plant-life.

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November 2015

lava glow at night!

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November 2015

Lava glow at night!

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November 2015

steam from the lava crater in the daytime


October 2012

After an AWESOME flight!


November 2015

Part of the trail

Lava Field

November 2015


Playing with lava

November 2015

Poking lava with a stick

Lava River

November 2015

Our own lava river!

Molten Lava!

November 2015

This is a small portion of the active lava field. We are grilling some hotdogs on it! You can get as close as you want :

Thurston lava tube

November 2015

Friends make travel so much fun

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