There are over a thousand species of flowers and over 50 of the state’s endangered species call Hawaii Volcanoes home
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park also protects a number of petroglyph fields that are a testament to the ancient culture of the island.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a natural treasure of the United States, providing visitors with an unforgettable experience.
The park’s staff focuses on the most biologically diverse habitats and those that offer the best chance for restoration.
Lava has cut a swath through Kapa’ahu, destroyed numerous homes, and covered a section of State Road 130.