Images and advertisements for Hawaiian Vacations often depict coconut milk sipping tourists lounging on beach chairs, with leis around their necks, and grass skirts hula dancing by. Those images are certainly not false and are quite enticing… but did you know that Hawaii is a lot more than luaus and lying ocean-side. How about experiencing rainforests, volcanoes, sea turtles, and black sand beaches adventure travel style? If that doesn’t get your travel bug buzzing how about a lava lake that is at a record high. For a glimpse of this natural wonder in action, click on the image below to see a video Kilauea in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The volcano is erupting at two craters right now and is visible from the national park’s observation deck. The lava is 100 feet from spilling over and doesn’t show signs of calming. If lava begins to flow it will be a rare occurrence in modern history and s once in a lifetime experience for most.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is among the scenic spots we visit during our Exploring Hawaii’s Big Island trip February 3-10, 2013. The active travel on the island includes hiking, kayaking, horseback riding, snorkeling, and of course… relaxing. For more information about the trip follow this link. There are a few spaces still open, so if you see volcanoes in your future, you can register for this trip here. If you have any questions, please call us at 877/439-4042 or contact us by email.