Kīlauea is erupting again and the plumes of steam and glow of the lava lake can once more be seen in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park! Witnessing the volcano’s eruption is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you can enjoy safely. Here we share our favorite viewpoints for seeing the eruption, how to stay safe while visiting the park and more!
A celebration of the diverse culture, people, and traditions of Volcano, HI, the Experience Volcano Festival kicks off with the O’hia Lehua Half Marathon and 5k on August 14th. This is just the beginning of all the activities that the festival features - Check out the food, music, art, activities, culture, nature, and more!
Grab your baskets and reusable bags and start your Sunday at the Volcano Farmers Market on Hawai'i Island - An abundance of produce, handcrafted goods, and homegrown food await!
The Volcano Art Center is at the heart of Volcano Village, an artist's community on Hawaii Island. Nestled within the Niaulani Rain Forest, the Center operates a thriving fine arts gallery that showcases the handcrafted artwork of more than 230 local artists. Tour the native rainforest, explore the outdoor sculpture garden, or take a class at the Center’s Hale Ho’omana!
Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park is home to two active volcanoes: Kilauea and Mauna Loa. More than that, it's also home to hiking trails, drives, and sights unlike any you'll see [...]