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Volcano Kilauea Accommodations
19-4718 Wright Road,
Volcano HI 96785 US

Castle Hilo Hawaiian Hotel
71 Banyan Drive,
Hilo HI 96720 US

Uncle Billys Hilo Bay
87 Banyan Drive,
Hilo HI 96720 US

Naniloa Volcanoes Resort
93 Banyan Drive,
Hilo HI 96720 US

Hilo Seaside Hotel
126 Banyon Drive,
Hilo HI 96720 US

Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort and Spa
78-128 Ehukai Street,
Kailua HI 96740 US

Kona Coast Resort
78-6842 Alii Drive,
Kailua HI 96740 US

Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort
78-6740 Alii Drive,
Kailua HI 96740 US

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About Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii was established in 1916 on the so-called Big Island of Hawaii. The park features two volcanoes that are currently active. Kilauea happens to be one of the most active volcanoes on the entire planet, and Mauna Loa is the world's largest volcano. Visitors to the park can actually witness eruptions of the volcanoes and see, firsthand, how the Hawaiian Islands were formed. Additionally, the park is full of unique flora and fauna that cannot be found elsewhere.

Western business people began to lure visitors to the area that would later become the National Park during the latter years of the 1800s. During this time, numerous structures were built on and around the rim of Kilauea, including a popular hotel. As the turn of the century passed, interest in protecting and preserving the area grew, and many citizens of the Hawaiian Islands decided to work diligently in the hopes of earning National Park status for the lands on which the volcanoes sit. After numerous attempts to create the National Park, President Woodrow Wilson finally signed the legislation that would make the status official in 1916.

The park is known for its natural landscapes and the activity of the volcanoes, but it also features a Visitor Center just inside the main entrance. Additionally, the park features a museum, an art gallery, and gift shops to complement the experiences that visitors can undergo. The park also features a camp for U.S. military personnel.

Most visitors to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will enjoy hiking to the caldera of Kilauea where they can see the lava flow from the volcano. While there, they can feel the intense heat of the volcano as it emits red-hot lava. They can also witness the lava as it cools and its flow becomes slower. Although this might seem dangerous, people who visit can feel safe thanks to the efforts made by National Park staff members.