Big Island Pictures - Kilauea Volcano
Big Island Pictures - Kilauea Volcano - National Park is Hawaii's #1 visitor attraction. Its 377 square mile park on Hawaii's Big Island is a living museum where visitors can witness the power of Hawaii's volcanoes in surprisingly intimate ways. You'll feel great mana, or spiritual power, here as you hike along rocky trails and desolate deserts that in time will flourish and thrive with new life. However, the best way to witness a close look at lava flow is a Helicopter tour, which is offered from Hilo or Waikoloa Heliport.
Hawaii emerged from the sea millions of years ago, forged by the power of volcanoes. Today, Kilauea on Hawaii's Big Island is one of the few places in the world where visitors can come face to face with an active volcano. This once in a lifetime chance to safely explore one of the world's most active volcanoes makes Hawaii a destination unlike any other.
Above image was photographed by Ron Dahlquist
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