A must-see place in Hawaii, Volcanoes National Park is a stunning place to visit. You can see the beautiful scenery from the visitor center and enjoy basic activities like hiking. The National Park has its risks which you need to be aware of while going there. For instance, the park contains active volcanoes that may erupt unexpectedly or even lava flows!
How much is Hawaii volcanoes national park
How much are Hawaii volcano’s national parks?
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a United States National Park located on the island of Hawaii in the U.S. state of Hawaii. The park was established by an act of the United States Congress in 1916. It encompassed the summit and crater of Kīlauea, its associated caldera, and other features such as Halemaʻumaʻu Crater Lake, where lava has flowed since 1983. The park contains over 1,000 plant species; 200 bird species; 30 mammal species, including two endemic shrews (Sorex armandii); several invertebrate species; one reptile genus; one amphibian species (Biatora insignis); one fish genus (Oligostoma); three invertebrate families including at least 12 genera represented as fossils ranging from Cambrian through Cretaceous epochs–including possibly an Ediacaran arthropod!
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