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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Volcano - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, HI 96718, United States

Phone: +1-8089856000

Ticket Price: 8 USD

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Time Required: 04:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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Established in the year 1916, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is one of the oldest national parks in USA. It consists within it two of the major volcanoes found in Hawaii. Mauna Loa as well as Kilauea are encompassed within this National Park. It is a designated International Biosphere Reserve and was announced as a World heritage site in the year 1987. You can undertake various activities here such as hiking and camping. You would need prior permission for rock climbing. More than half of the park is full of exciting wilderness and it is definitely an attraction that you should not miss. Remember to visit the Kilauea center first thing when you visit.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Information

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Ticket Prices

  • Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park : (Private Vehicle) USD 15.00
  • Admits one private non-commercial vehicle (capacity 15 or less) and all of its passengers. Valid for 7 days. Organized non-profit groups, (service organizations, scouts, church groups, college/school clubs) are not eligible.
  • Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park : (Motorcycle) USD 10.00
  • Per motorcycle : Valid for 7 days
  • Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park : (Bicycle) USD 8.00
  • Per bicycle : Valid for 7 days
  • Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park : (Individual) USD 8.00
  • Per walk-in pedestrian : Valid for 7 days
  • Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park : (Groups) USD 8.00

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • Twice a day at 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., the 1959 eruption video of Kilauea Iki is featured in the auditorium.

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  • Highly recommended. $25 and you get a day to see everything. Lava spitting from the volcano in the evening is spectacular and will take your breath away. Truly amazing. Tourist tip, if you plan to do the east rift walk bring plenty of water and sunscreen. The lava is reflective and you burn very quickly. It gets super hot out there. 25 f hotter than on the top of the volcano.

  • I came here with my boyfriend while we were visiting the southern part of the island. It was $25 to get in but the pass was good for 7 days. There is great hiking as well as other attractions to see throughout. I'd recommend hiking during the day and then staying until dark to see the lava glow in the large crater. Definitely worth visiting.

  • A spot that is a must to visit when on the Big Island. The volcano is still erupting and from the lookout at the park you can see the red glow of the lava. We visited during the summer and it got pretty packed at night. Nighttime it can be pretty chilly so bring a jacket. I would also suggest visiting around sunset so you can see it during the day and at night.

  • We had a fantastic time here! It is a HUGE national park, and we only spent one day here. So we were not able to fit everything in, but we loved what we were able to do. We drove the Road of Craters and absolutely loved it. We also saw the live Volcano at night to see the glow. It is quite cold at night, so make sure you bring a jacket. It is a $25 entrance fee per car.

  • Another world! We arrived about 1 PM and checked out the visitor center. Really helpful rangers and volunteers helped us plan our day beginning with a drive to the upper viewing center and a 2 PM volcano guide from a volunteer. We traveled the length of the crater road and back to the upper center in time for sunset at the crater. The glow of lava is visible after dark.

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