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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

The Kīlauea caldera is a large hole in the ground formed by eruptions. You can walk to the edge to see the lava lake down below. The Jaggar Museum explains how volcanoes work well. You will find exhibits on their formation, eruptions, and impacts on the environment. An educational film is also shown. Rangers offer


Things to do and see - Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Learn about the park's ecosystem and Hawaiian heritage
Kilauea Visitor Center
Walk through an old lava tube and explore the surrounding rainforest
Nahuku - Thurston Lava Tube
Embark on a scenic drive with viewpoints and stops
Crater Rim Drive
Stop at an overlook for one of the best views of the crater
Kilauea Overlook
Take a road trip through diverse volcanic landscapes
Chain of Craters Road
Walk around to see steam rising from cracks in the ground
Steam Vents
Stoll on a short paved trail to explore the site of a volcanic eruption
Devastation Trail
Trek a moderately challenging trail across the Kilauea Iki Crater
Kilauea Iki Trail
Glimpse Hawaii's ancient culture at an archaeological site
Pu‘uloa Petroglyphs
Marvel at a lava rock formation and enjoy the dramatic sea views
Holei Sea Arch

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