It’s been a year today since our last visit to Jaggar Museum and the spectacular views of the lava lake inside Halema’uma’u crater. A few days before, on April 30th, there was a massive drain of Pu’u O’o crater sending magma rushing down the lower east rift zone towards Leilani Estates 25 miles away.
While we stood there admiring the beauty of Pele we had no idea what was about to happen to a beautiful, small community, the changes to so many lives, the incredible re-sculpting of the park, and that it was to be our last visit to our beloved viewing area and Jaggar Museum.
While we certainly miss our visits to Jaggar Museum and our lava views, we are extremely grateful we still get to visit Kilauea up close and explore it’s trails and hidden treasures.
Although a lot has changed at Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, it’s never-fading beauty remains and is still providing us with tremendous views, experiences, and adventures.
We never truly know what will happen next at Kilauea, but until then we’ll explore Pele’s beautiful works of art and wonder at her beauty.
Come join us for a day of exploration, fun and wonder as we connect you to Kilauea’s past, present, and future. We can’t wait to show you the volcanoes amazing landscapes.