From red-hot calderas to smoking craters, oozing lava flows to blackened lava fields, smelly steam vents to surreal sulfur banks, and seven (yes, seven!) unique ecological zones spanning the sea-level to nearly 14,000 feet, exploring Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is an absolute must for families heading to the big island of Hawaii. We visited the park […]
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What image comes to mind when you think of a volcano? Is it molten lava oozing down the sides of a mountain towards fleeing creatures or a massive boom ash and debris filling the sky like a mushroom cloud? Maybe its a forested, sleeping giant churning ever so slowly towards the next explosion.
Contemplating a Hawaiian getaway with your keiki (aka kids)? The Big Island has lots to offer families with young ones. In fact, the activities on this island are as varied as the topography of the land.