First ‘drive-in volcano’ on Hawaii

Tuesday, 05.02.2002
  Anzeige The Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii s Big Island fires up incentive winners. Over a four kilometre long road you can climb to viewing points offering deep insights into 70 million years of geological history. Trails bring you close to glowing lava, while a car can drive you down to the bottom of a […]

 

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The Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii s Big Island fires up incentive winners. Over a four kilometre long road you can climb to viewing points offering deep insights into 70 million years of geological history. Trails bring you close to glowing lava, while a car can drive you down to the bottom of a caldera (a collapsed, cold crater). Further volcanic activities at www.bigisland.org.