Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
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It is a drive for sure but well worth it! I recommend leaving in the early morning around 8 and traveling south to see Green Sands Beach, Black Sands Beach and South Point before arriving at the park around 2. See the crater, hike around and then go back through Hilo to arrive around dinner. Drive…
Go early! There is so much to see and do. Hike the crater rim, check out the visitor’s center, visit the lava tubes, and take a lot of pictures!!!
Take a day trip and visit the park, make sure to see the Thurston Lava Tube, and the sea arch.
Volcanoes National Park is an otherworldly place, and is about a 90 mile scenic drive away. It’s beauty and rugged terrain both make this a very important place in Hawaii’s history. The Kilauea volcano eruption event of 2018 was massive and changed the landscape so drastically that Halema’uma’u…
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