from Waikiki with Go Airlines, airfare included.
Here is the latest update on the lava viewing conditions of Kilauea on the Big Island, Hawaii.
A diversion in the lava path, beginning in July 2007, has emerged east of Pu'u O'o. This is outside of tie Hawaii National Park in a very remote area. Currently there is lava flowing above ground, however due to its remote location, is NOT accessible for viewing. The entire area is closed to all access for safety concerns. The lava flow is not accessible from any hike or drive-in area. The flow can only be seen by helicopter.
As of June 2007, there is also no lava entering the ocean or running along any coast line.
With the right weather conditions there is a possibility of seeing a faint red glow, and or steam from the old
Kalapana black sand beach This stop is just one of many on our H2 Volcano National Park.
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