Lava Viewing Tips
- Bring lots of water.
- Bring food if you're the type that gets hungry.
- If you fry, bring sunscreen.
- If you're going at night, bring flashlights
and extra batteries.
- If your lips chap, bring something for that
- You might need to hike over the lava for hours
so bring extra "slippahs". Just kidding, wear boots. The
lava gets hot when you start walking across it.
- Finally bring something to carry it all in
and maybe some binoculars.
If you want to stay overnight, the Volcano
House is located in the park across from the visitor center.
(808) 967-7321 This place is kewl. You'll like it.
There's also camping nearby at Namakani
Paio (10 minute walk).
There's also camping at Kulanaokuaiki.
Be sure to check out the Hawaii
Center for Volcanology.
Lava Guide for HirePhilippe Nault is an expert
guide on lava flows on the Big Island. He'll bring you on an overnight
hike directly to Pu'u 'O'o where the lava currently flows.
Even more than an expert guide, Philippe is an
artist and naturalist specializing in unforgettable tours of the Big
Get in touch with Philippe via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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