Hawaii Volcanoes Information
Volcanoes of the Big Island of Hawaii
Find out about the five volcanoes that form the Big Island of Hawaii, three of which remain active to this day. Then take a look at our Kilauea Photo Gallery with photos of the most recent eruption of Kilauea Volcano.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (video)
See the best vantage points, sites, and stops in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island in Hawaii.
Kilauea Lava Flow Reaches the Ocean
Beginning in late November 2012, lava flows of Kilauea Volcano have once again begun to enter the ocean. Here are some of the best ways (and wrong ways) to view the lava up close.
Kilauea Volcano Photos
Our collection of over 75 photos of the current eruption of Kilauea beginning in 1983. New photos are being added every week. Don't miss these great photos of the only place on earth where the planet grows every day of the year.
Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
A driving tour of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii.
25th Anniversary of Kilauea Eruption Marked by Return to Royal Gardens
January 3, 2008 marked the 25th anniversary of the start of the The Pu`u `O`o-Kupaianaha eruption of Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island. Ever since that date, Kilauea has erupted continuously - the only volcano in the world to do so.
Kilauea Lava Flow Reaches the Sea
The lava flow from Kilauea once again reached the ocean on Memorial Day for the first time since July 2003. There are several entry points spaced across a 220 yard wide area on the Wilipe'a lava delta. The entries range from small flows that glide down a gentle slope into the surf zone to lava falls that drop vertically over cliffs 20-30 feet high onto rocks along the shoreline.
Standing on the Edge of Creation
Beginning in mid-July 2002, thousands of locals and visitors have been traveling to the end of Chain of Craters Road in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park every evening to view the latest lava flows from Kilauea Volcano.