Eruptive activity continues at Kilauea’s summit, as the vent on Halema‘uma‘u’s west wall continues to discharge lava into the contained lava lake. Since this phase began on September 29th, USGS estimates the level of lava has increased 197 feet, and total erupted volume to be about 30 million cubic meters, or 7.8 billion gallons! The … More Lava Update | November 19, 2021
Witness the largest lava lake in the world! The Volcano Goddess, Pele’s latest manifestation is a lake of hot liquid rock nearly a half mile long and over a third mile long! Its volume of 35-million cubic yards of lava absolutely boggles the mind! Take an early morning lava flight with Paradise Helicopters… complete with … More January 6, 2021 Halemaumau Lake – (VIDEO)
December 29, 2020 Halemaumau Lava Lake AerialsMahalo Paradise Helicopters!!!Pele has formed an enormous 600-foot deep lava lake in Halemaumau crater. In just over a week, she has poured 29 million cubic yards or 5 billion gallons of lava into the huge crater. Several islands of hardened, floating lava have appeared on the lake’s surface. The … More December 29, 2020 Halemaumau Lava Lake Aerials – (VIDEO)
For the first time in over two years, Kilauea Volcano is erupting… this time in Halemaumau within Kilauea Caldera, the focal point of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. These aerial views show the enormity of the eruption, and the huge plume generated by the eruption from several vents within the crater.
Work crews have made great progress restoring Highway 132 from Pohoiki Road to Four Corners. Still more sand has been deposited at Pohoiki Bay, making the beach less of a crescent shape. But perhaps most interesting are the changes that continue to reshape Halemaumau Crater and Kilauea Caldera. … More 8/21/19 Hwy 132 , Pohoiki, Water in Halemaumau (VIDEO)