Volcanoes National Park
We live on a constantly changing earth with Mother Nature rearranging her furniture (i.e. mountains, rivers, entire continents, etc.) as she pleases, while we can only stand back in awe and watch. Nowhere else is this fact more salient than at Volcanoes National Park—a landscape displaying the evidence of 70 millions years of Hawaii’s evolution through volcanism. The park features 323,000 acres of diverse landscapes—from wet rainforests to barren deserts—and, of course, volcanoes. The two most famous of which are Kilauea and the mighty Mauna Loa—the largest known volcano in the world.