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Located on the Big Isle, Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park acts as a monument to the Hawaii's living and breathing volcanic history.
Visitors are encouraged to make a stop at the Kilauea Visitor Center and Jagger Museum before their exploration of the awe-inspiring park for some important information about the park's diverse scenery.
Then, take in the summit of Kilauea volcano through the scenic Crater Rim Drive, which summits and passes through the caldera floor or head down the Chain of Craters Road, where the route descends to the coastal area of the park and where lava sometimes meets water. Don't forget to take in the park on foot with its many biking and hiking trails.