Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

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  • Carlos C.
    Carlos CornejoMayo 23, 2016
    Venir con tiempo. Cámara. Zapatillas. Ropa abrigada para la noche y el corazón abierto.
  • Brodie O.
    Brodie OlmsteadDiciembre 10, 2016
    Great hiking and breathtaking sights. There's lots to see and do do stop by the visitor center for guides and tips. Be sure to ask if you're able to hike to the lava flow!
  • hooeyspewer ..
    hooeyspewer .Agosto 18, 2014
    Dress in layers as the temp changes with elevation and wear good shoes for hiking - you're going to want to hike. See as much of this park as you can because it's one of a kind and worth every moment.
  • Jetset Extra
    Jetset ExtraAbril 2, 2015
    Nowhere else on earth can you get as close to the power of a volcano as you can here, where Kilauea still smolders, steam vents spew sulfur, and lava flows consume the road. Leer más
  • Erin M.
    Erin McCueMayo 6, 2013
    We did the Kilauea Iki hike across the crater, Thurston lava tube, and drove down to the end of Chain of Craters road. Leave lots of time! Buy the ponchos for $3.95 and use the rest of your trip.
  • Wai Kit L.
    Wai Kit LaiJunio 1, 2014
    Good and friendly staffs here. Tailored itinerary (2 hours, 4 hours and etc) helps us to cover the good spots with limited time. Well manage national park.
  • Terry S.
    Terry SJunio 27, 2012
    Visit in the evening to see the volcano glow. Thurston Lava Tube is a must. Walk through a tube which formerly carried liquid-hot magma! Also, bring a jacket, as much of the area is rainy.
  • Jimmy K.
    Jimmy KastnerSeptiembre 26, 2014
    If you want to take a picture of the lava glow and stars at night, you will need a tripod. No, your cellphone and iPad won't capture anything... Using an iPad for photography is ridiculous anyway.
  • Jimmy K.
    Jimmy KastnerSeptiembre 26, 2014
    While some of the trails here might appear to be easy to moderate, I would suggest bringing the right shoes, lots of water, and sunscreen. The terrain is very rough and the wind is relentless.
  • Justin S.
    Justin SullivanDiciembre 2, 2014
    Bring your hiking shoes. Drive down Chain of Craters for the Petroglyphs and Lava covering the old road. Also prepare for chilly and wet weather. Lots of long sleeved clothing sold here.
  • Joe S.
    Joe StainbrookOctubre 1, 2014
    There are a lot of things to do here, so do as much as you can with the time you have! Get a map from the visitor center to help plan your visit. And your car pass is good for a week, so come back!
  • Jeiran H.
    Jeiran HasanOctubre 24, 2015
    What an amazing national park! Unlike anything else this country has to offer so if you can, you must try to make a trip out here. You'll be disappointed if you don't
  • @LorenzoAgustin ☆
    @LorenzoAgustin ☆Junio 19, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Notice the Volcano... or notice the many underdressed & unprepared tourists shivering with their lack of clothing crowding around to take photos of the volcano like a fire to stay warm. Haha.. :P
  • Brittney K.
    Brittney KleinfelterFebrero 6, 2015
    Varying hike lengths for a range of abilities, and super friendly staff ready to give you the history of Pele's wrath.
  • Don C.
    Don CorbettAgosto 13, 2013
    Had dinner at 7:30pm. Got there early to ask for a window seat. Restaurant was good, but better view from little room outside the restaurant or bar - recommend going there closer to 8-8:30 PM
  • Richard B.
    Richard BowersAgosto 30, 2014
    Bring water bottles and sunscreen. No beverages for sale, except at the bottom of the road to the ocean. Get a map at the visitor center, and do everything you have time to do.
  • Andrew F.
    Andrew FullerMarzo 22, 2014
    Great trails! We spent a day here, barely putting a dent in the amount of things to do! Get a stainless steel water bottle and refill it with the naturally purified rain water.
  • Di K.
    Di KadyrovaAgosto 1, 2015
    Our best experience in Hawaii - better go in the morning to avoid crowds. The 4-mile hike to volcano crater was amazing (starts opposite the entrance to lava tubes)
  • Rafael G.
    Rafael GarciaNoviembre 6, 2015
    Don't leave the park until dawn or you Gina miss the glowing lava lake spectacular view in front of the jaggar museum
  • Lucian C.
    Lucian CioataOctubre 7, 2014
    Interesting place! Educational for kids and adults alike, allow plenty of time to walk the trails.
  • Meg F.
    Meg FarmerOctubre 7, 2014
    Definitely worth the trip if you have time on the big island. be sure to catch the lava glow at night.
  • Adrienne P.
    Adrienne PetrinoJunio 21, 2016
    Take the time to explore everything including the museums and gift shop!
  • Philippe M.
    Philippe MironAgosto 9, 2014
    Go to the Volcano house restaurant. Good food and the view from the crater is really good.
  • Niki Katherine H.
    Niki Katherine HolmesNoviembre 29, 2014
    Drive to the end of Chain of Craters Road for spectacular views of the stone arch in the sea.
  • Ciro N.
    Ciro NigriOctubre 11, 2014
    Fantastic, there's something from everyone; short to long hikes into craters, scenic drive "crater road" is amazing. Plan 2 days minimum.
  • John P.
    John PestkaEnero 30, 2014
    Do the Kilauea Iki Crater hike. Amazing and truly one-of-a-kind.
  • Melody Ann R.
    Melody Ann RossDiciembre 16, 2010
    Stay at Hale Mahina- wonderful place, walking distance to the winery and easy park access, plus it has an amazing kitchen!
  • Laney_ms
    Laney_msFebrero 6, 2016
    take enough time, bring your hiking shoes and explore! amazing place with surprising views
  • angel m.
    angel melsJunio 9, 2010
    Must see: Kilauea Crater, Thurston Lavatube, drive the crater rim and around the park... Surreal! Don't miss the video show at the visitor center.
  • Sharecare
    SharecareMayo 24, 2012
    Wear hiking boots and pants (falling on lava is like falling on broken glass). Be prepared for this challenging terrain with this free emergency guide app. Leer más
  • Hiedi V.
    Hiedi VNoviembre 23, 2012
    The lava flow crossing the road is probably my favorite part. As a geologist, I wish I could have seen more but most of the road was closed. :(
  • Daniel W.
    Daniel WaldronAgosto 20, 2014
    Be sure to walk through the Thurston Lava Tube while you're here!
  • Allison K.
    Allison KaminskiOctubre 16, 2015
    Check out the steam vents, lava tubes and hike to the volcanos. I could spend days here!!
  • USA TODAY
    USA TODAYNoviembre 22, 2010
    The most dependable and safest place to watch a volcano in action, Kilauea has been erupting continuously for a quarter century. Leer más
  • Patrick K.
    Patrick KirbyNoviembre 9, 2014
    Come between dusk and 7:00pm to see the volcano exhibit and then the real thing
  • TerraTopia
    TerraTopiaMayo 20, 2011
    if you want hot, this is it! How often do you get to see an active volcano? Check out the Hawaiian islands... Leer más
  • Jimmy K.
    Jimmy KastnerSeptiembre 26, 2014
    There are far too many trails to do it all in a day. You will need at least three days to take as much of it in.
  • Dana D.
    Dana D.Marzo 19, 2014
    Go back at sunset to watch the glow of the magma slowly start to appear in the steam. Amazing!
  • Kelly M.
    Kelly MitchellSeptiembre 12, 2011
    Make sure to visit Volcano House and get a slice of their Pohai Berry Pie!
  • Tom D.
    Tom DaBombAgosto 13, 2013
    Check out the Hawaiian mythology books in the gift shop. Very interesting stuff
  • Jaclynn J.
    Jaclynn JoyceAgosto 10, 2013
    Beautiful, a must see for visitors to the island!!
  • The Most Interesting Man in the World
    I created my first lava lamp at this park.
  • Chris W.
    Chris WarmannEnero 6, 2014
    Bring rain gear and a sweatshirt! It's much cooler and wetter on this part of the island.
  • Jessica H.
    Jessica HalloranMarzo 5, 2016
    Wait til dusk to watch the active crater glow. Bring binoculars or a telescope to see the lava splash.
  • Condé Nast Traveler
    Erupting since 1983, Kilauea is one of Earth's most spectacular phenomena. Leer más
  • Monica V.
    Monica VMarzo 31, 2010
    Allow 4 hours to get through most of the stuff. Bring food and beverages. Send a postcard from nearby Volcano,HI post office!
  • Anne M.
    Anne MartensNoviembre 11, 2010
    Stay at the Hale Ohai Cottages - tiny, beautiful spot in a magic forest right near the park.
  • Heather E.
    Heather EdwardsJunio 26, 2011
    Bring an empty bottle. You can fill it up with rain water just outside the visitor center.
  • Jon D.
    Jon DarveauDiciembre 28, 2012
    Hit the lava tubes, its a must if you are on limited schedule.
  • Gene H.
    Gene HJulio 24, 2014
    Avoid Tuesday that's when the cruise ships dock causing bigger crowds.
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