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The Phenomenon of The Pacific Ring of Fire


The Ring of Fire is domestic to approximately 75% of the sector's active and dormant volcanoes. Stretching over 40,000 kilometers (25,000 miles), this zone spans numerous countries, including America, Canada, Japan, Indonesia, Chile, and New Zealand. Its formation is attributed to the movement of several tectonic plates, particularly the Pacific Plate, the Indo-Australian Plate, and

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Things to do and see - The Phenomenon of The Pacific Ring of Fire

Have scenic views of a volcano with an iconic snow-capped peak
Mount Fuji, Japan
 
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Hike in a rainforest and see hot springs
Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica
 
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See dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, and hot springs
Yellowstone National Park, USA
 
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Witness a breathtaking sunrise and hike to the volcano's crater
Mount Bromo, Indonesia
 
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Take a guided tour to visit a volcano
Pacaya Volcano, Guatemala
 
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Explore active lava flows, and hike scenic trails
Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
 
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Experience geothermal wonders, and the Maori culture
Rotorua, New Zealand
 
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Enjoy scenic views of a volcano and the surrounding landscapes
Sakurajima, Japan
 
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Hike through the blast zone and learn about the 1980 eruption
Mount St. Helens, USA
 
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Appreciate the region's rich biodiversity, and explore the landscapes
Popocatépetl, Mexico
 
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FAQ - The Phenomenon of The Pacific Ring of Fire

What are the unique features of the Pacific Ring of Fire that make it stand out geologically?
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Events - The Phenomenon of The Pacific Ring of Fire

January
Ati-Atihan Festival
Ati-Atihan Festival: This Philippine festival in Kalibo, Aklan, is known for its vibrant street parades and tribal dances, celebrating the indigenous Ati people's culture.
Aklan, Philippines

Sinulog Festival
Sinulog Festival held in Cebu City, Philippines, Sinulog is a grand religious and cultural event featuring colorful processions and dances, paying homage to the Santo Niño (Child Jesus).
Cebu, Philippines


February
Winterlude
Winterlude: This winter festival in Ottawa, Canada, transforms the city into a winter wonderland, with ice sculptures, outdoor activities, and cultural celebrations.
Ottawa, New Zealand

Setsubun
Setsubun is a Japanese festival marks the beginning of spring and involves throwing beans to drive away evil spirits and welcome good fortune.
All city, Japan


March
Pasola
The Pasola Festival is a significant event that takes place in the region of West Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. This long-celebrated annual festival usually occurs toward the end of February. The exact dates are not fixed and are decided by the Rato (a spiritual leader) two weeks before the festival takes place.
Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race
Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race known as the "Last Great Race on Earth," this event in Alaska, USA, features long-distance sled dog teams competing in a challenging race across snowy terrain.
Alaska, United States


July
WOMAD
WOMAD (World of Music, Arts, and Dance) is a global festival with events in various countries, WOMAD celebrates world music, arts, and dance, featuring performances from international artists.
Charlton Park, United Kingdom

Vancouver Celebration of Light
Vancouver Celebration of Light is a mesmerizing fireworks competition held in Vancouver, Canada, where different countries showcase their pyrotechnic skills against the stunning backdrop of English Bay.
Vancouver, Canada


August
The Sepik Crocodile Festival
The Sepik Crocodile Festival held in Papua New Guinea's Sepik River region, this festival highlights the significance of the crocodile in local culture and includes traditional ceremonies and dance performances.
Papua New Guinea, Southwest Pacific Ocean


September
Lake Toba Festival
The Lake Toba Festival is an annual cultural, tourism, and sports event on Lake Toba, Sumatra, Indonesia. The venue rotates among the seven regencies that share the shores of Lake Toba. The festival showcases a series of Batak art, sports and cultural products: Batak opera, boat races with traditional long canoes called solu balon, Tortor dances, and ulos weaving.
Lake Toba, Indonesia

The Goroka Show
The Goroka Show is located in Papua New Guinea, this cultural event showcases the rich traditions and customs of the local tribes through music, dance, and colorful costumes.
Papua New Guinea, Southwest Pacific Ocean


October
Ubud Readers and Writers Festival
Ubud Readers and Writers Festival is held in Ubud, Bali, this literary festival brings together authors, poets, and readers from around the world for discussions, workshops, and book-related events.
Ubud, Indonesia


December
Djakarta Warehouse Project
Djakarta Warehouse Project is an annual music festival in Jakarta, Indonesia, is a mecca for electronic dance music enthusiasts, featuring top DJs and immersive experiences.
Bali, Indonesia

Rhythm & Alps
Rhythm & Alps takes place in New Zealand's stunning Southern Alps, this music festival offers a diverse lineup of artists across various genres, set against a backdrop of natural beauty.
Wanaka, New Zealand



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