From the red glow of molten lava, to ocean entry plumes and exciting crater activity, experience the best of the Big Island’s lava flow and the volcanic craters of Kilauea. In this video Tropical Visions Video takes you on a tour of the volcano with Paradise Helicopters.
Thurston Lava Tube, dating back 350-500 years is an exemplar example of the many lava caves on the Big Island formed by continual volcanic activity.
For those interested in the unique and exciting nature of Hawaiian volcanoes, the Thomas A. Jaggar Museum offers a detailed and interesting exhibit.
The Big Island experienced an eruption of Kilauea during the summer of 2018, marking some of the most significant seismic activity in decades.