Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park
Taking pictures of active volcanoes? Daring and fun. Taking pictures of volcanoes as they erupt? We don’t know, but we’d sure wish to ask the brave soul who snapped this frightening 1955 photo!
The land of the Aloha State was formed due to volcanic activity, so it’s no wonder you’ll find not one but two such ranges, the Mauna Loa and Kīlauea, in this national park. Nature lovers, scientists and volcanologists alike visit the islands, the latter in order to better understand their formation while gathering information on volcanic activity.
Within the 323,431 acres of land you’ll find ample space for camping and hiking as well as rare fauna and flora.