Yes, you read that title right. Along highway 137, just south of Volcanoes National Park, is a little gem known as Ahalanui Park. Driving along the quiet, curvy, road you may get lost in the lush, tropical beauty of the area, but if you're not careful you'll drive right by the fenced parking lot for this hidden… Continue reading Ahalanui: A Volcano Heated Hot Tub?
It was after sunset when we pulled into the Jaggar Museum parking lot for the second time. My husband and I were on a mission to see the glow of the Halema'uma'u Crater after a friend suggested that we "had to stay and see the glow of the volcano." We didn't really know what to expect… Continue reading The Big Island Glow
As a frequent visitor to Yellowstone National Park, I am incredibly fond of our National Park System. For most of my life I have lived within a few hours of Yellowstone, so road trips and weekend getaways to the Park were easy to pull together. Sadly, throughout all of my visits I never really stopped to think about… Continue reading Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Seeing an active volcano is worthy of any bucket list; however, actually having the chance to see an erupting volcano is pretty close to slim-to-none, unless you're incredibly lucky--and in some kind of danger--or, you travel to the Big Island to visit the world's longest erupting volcano known as, Kilauea. Guys, it's been erupting since 1983!… Continue reading The Big Island-Kilauea Volcano