If there is something that makes the Big Island of Hawaii really unique is its two active volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea. There are not very many places on this planet where you can still watch the earth being born. Two of the areas where you can view the lava flow and its destructions and creations are Hawaii’s Puna District and the Volcanoes National Park.
The Puna Coast
The Puna District is located on the eastern tip of the island, about 40-50 minutes away from the town of Hilo. We stopped to see the area on our way to the Volcanoes National Park. The drive begins at the Lava Trees State Park and has very many scenic stops on the way, ending where the lava crosses Continue Reading