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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Michelle W

November 2015

Dinner alfresco at sunset, Michelle W - November 2015

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Dinner alfresco at sunset

Michelle W

November 2015

Ocean-side stop., Michelle W - November 2015

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Ocean-side stop.

Michelle W

November 2015

Steam Vents, Michelle W - November 2015

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Steam Vents

Michelle W

November 2015

Flora growing out of volcanic rock, Michelle W - November 2015

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Flora growing out of volcanic rock

Michelle W

November 2015

Our fantastic guide Matt teaching us about the local plant-life., Michelle W - November 2015

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

Michelle W

November 2015

lava glow at night!, Michelle W - November 2015

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lava glow at night!

Michelle W

November 2015

Lava glow at night!, Michelle W - November 2015

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Lava glow at night!

Michelle W

November 2015

steam from the lava crater in the daytime, Michelle W - November 2015

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steam from the lava crater in the daytime

Steven D

October 2012

 After an AWESOME flight! , Steven D - October 2012

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After an AWESOME flight!

Jennifer N

August 2016

 My husband and I posing before climbing one of the bridges to a zipline platform , Jennifer N - August 2016

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My husband and I posing before climbing one of the bridges to a zipline platform

David J

July 2016

 This is a photo of live lava, stick it with a stick and see it burn... Live flows are called break outs points where the lava is active and moving. I stayed over on the Kona side of the big ... , David J - July 2016

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This is a photo of live lava, stick it with a stick and see it burn...
Live flows are called break outs points where the lava is active and moving.
I stayed over on the Kona side of the big island it was a 2 hour drive over to my
tour site, Hilo is about 30 minute's away.

Melissa B

July 2016

 View from the biplane. , Melissa B - July 2016

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View from the biplane.

Melissa B

July 2016

 Post flight selfie! , Melissa B - July 2016

In the Helicopter

Post flight selfie!

Melissa B

July 2016

 I was pretty nervous, but not by the end of the flight! , Melissa B - July 2016

In the Helicopter

I was pretty nervous, but not by the end of the flight!

Graham C

May 2016

 Aide from the volcano we also took in some spectacular waterfalls which are not accessible other than from the air. , Graham C - May 2016

Waterfalls

Aide from the volcano we also took in some spectacular waterfalls which are not accessible other than from the air.

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