Lava River in Hawaii

Incredibly beautiful and terrible sight!
Volcanic activity in Hawaii is reaching its peak, and many people come here to see this glittering spectacle. Visitors to Hawaii National Volcano Park can witness volcanic activity and the formation of new slag cones, sacred craters of failure, lava rivers and lava spray fountains. This fire-breathing paradise has 70 million years of volcanic activity, but the place became a national park only in 1916. The park has a total area of 134.8 hectares and hosts two active volcanoes. Kilauaua is one of the most active volcanoes in the world, which has been erupting almost continuously since 1983, and Mauna Loa is the largest volcano on Earth. The Hawaiian National Volcano Park consists of 7 ecological zones. In 1980 it became a biosphere reserve, and in 1987 it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Welcome to the Big Island, a fire-breathing paradise!

Lava River in Hawaii

Lava River in Hawaii

Lava River in Hawaii

Lava River in Hawaii

Lava River in Hawaii