The drive starts at the Kilauea Visitor Center and takes about an hour to complete.
The park has over 150 miles of hiking trails, ranging from easy walks to challenging backcountry treks.
The Jaggar Museum features exhibits on the geology and history of the park, including displays on volcanic activity, earthquakes, and tsunamis.
The park rangers offer a variety of programs, including guided hikes, cultural demonstrations, and evening talks.
This 18-mile scenic drive takes you through some of the park's most breathtaking landscapes, including the Holei Sea Arch and the Pu'u Loa Petroglyphs.
Several companies offer tours that fly over Kilauea's active lava flows, Mauna Loa's vast summit, and the park's stunning coastline.