Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii Volcanoes : Hawaii Volcanoes, 1837
Hawaii Volcanoes, 1837
National Park Service
Hawaii Volcanoes
Hawaii Volcanoes : Hawaii Volcanoes, 3059
Hawaii Volcanoes, 3059
National Park Service
Hawaii Volcanoes
Hawaii Volcanoes : Hawaii Volcanoes, 3060
Hawaii Volcanoes, 3060
National Park Service
Hawaii Volcanoes
Hawaii Volcanoes : Kilauea Lava Flow
Kilauea Lava Flow
Bryan Busovicki
Hawaii Volcanoes
Hawaii Volcanoes : Kilauea Volcano
Kilauea Volcano
Bryan Busovicki
Hawaii Volcanoes
Sights To See

It took Pele eons to create her marvelous house, fashioned with red-hot, flowing rock. You are now a guest of Pele and the wonders she made are for you to treasure and respect. Active Volcanoes Mauna Loa, measured from base (on ocean crust) to summit, is technically taller than Mauna Kea, ...

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Types Of Lava

You will see two types of lava in Hawai'i: 'a'ā and pāhoehoe. 'A'ā is rough and chunky, while pāhoehoe is smooth and ropy. They may vary in color from shiny black to dull brown. Both types have the same chemical composition, but pāhoehoe is hotter when it erupts and ...

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Visitor Services

Banking Services Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park is in a rural setting, and the amenities that towns may have to offer, such as banking, are far removed. Automated teller machines (ATM) are located at Kīlauea Military Camp and in Volcano Village, but the nearest full-service banks are in Pāhala, Kea'au and ...

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Walking & Hiking

Walking and hiking in the park can be a fascinating experience. Trails range from easy walks such as Kīpukapuaulu or Thurston Lava Tube (Nāhuku), to intermediate (Mauna Iki), to extremely difficult (Halapē, Mauna Loa). Whenever you hike, let someone know where you are going and when you plan ...

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Who's Who in Hawaii Volcanoes

It takes many hours of dedication and hard work to keep Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park in operation. The flora, fauna and unique features of the land must be preserved and protected for future generations. Many organizations and volunteers are responsible for the way it is today. National Park Service The NPS ...

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