Aloha! Lava activity was awesome tonight! Our guests were able to see both the ocean entry and the surface flows. That is right, surface flows broke out tonight and our groups were able to safely get up close to them. The surface flow is located above the ocean entry approximately 200 yds. The bench area has collapsed further and lava continues to flow into the ocean and create new land. What an amazing evening even if it was a little damp. Now is a good time to book an unforgettable adventure with us, Aloha and A Hui Hou!
Aloha Folks! The activity at the ocean entry was awesome. As we arrived at the ocean entry we were able to see lava flowing out of a lava tube and into the ocean. While we witnessed this awesome sight, all of a sudden half of the tube collapsed into the ocean. This was amazing to see because as the tube collapsed so did part of the lava bench. This is why no one should be on the bench. A part of the bench could collapse at any moment and without warning. There are still no surface flows, but the activity at the ocean is awesome. Until next time, Aloha!
Aloha! Activity at the ocean entry is still very good and is actually getting better. Lava continues to flow into the ocean and is making the bench area bigger. There are three entry points that are visible and one that is not. The non-visible entry point is located just inside of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Once again, as night fell the color of lava really started to show. Beautiful weather doesn’t hurt this awesome experience either and our guests were very happy with their experience.Aloha!
Aloha Kakou! What a beautiful evening we had tonight. Although there are no surface flows, the lava activity is good at the ocean entry. The nearest entry point is really active and lava could be seen flowing down onto the newly formed black sand when the waves receded. Every once in a while a wabe would cover the flowing lava, but would only slow it down for a short period of time. Like nothing happened, the lava would continue to flow. A surface flow broke out on the bench while we were there. This was a short lived surface flow that we could not get to because of the area it was at. The moon is half full, which gave us a little moonlight and added to the already beautiful night. See you later, Aloha!
Aloha everyone! We had an awesome night at the ocean entry tonight. There were multiple entry points that we viewed from a safe vantage point and the activity at the ocean entry has picked up. A small portion of the lava bench has collapsed since last night. We also witnessed a small bench collapse soon after we got there. A piece cracked off of the bench area and lava started to pour into the Pacific ocean. Awesome activity at the ocean entry. Every one was happy and pleased with the activity that we saw. Aloha and A Hui Hou!
Aloha Viewers! The activity was at the ocean entry was great and we witnessed many breakouts at the ocean entry. A small portion of the bench area had collapsed since last night and while we were there another small piece of the bench area had collapsed and a nice flow was seen dumping into the ocean. Every few minutes we would view Littoral explosions, which would throw lava up into the air. The Kahaualea flow is still burning the Kahaualea Natural Area Reserve and is North of Pu’u O’o. Still a great show at the ocean entry and guests were very happy. Till next time, Aloha!
Aloha Folks! Still no surface flows that we are able to safely get up close to, but the ocean entry is active and lava continues to flow into the Pacific Ocean. The bench area continues to grow every day and may collapse soon. New black sand is also being created as each day passes. There are surface flows, but they are on the ever dangerous bench area. Overall activity is good and everyone is happy with what we saw. Aloha!
Aloha! What a beautiful evening we had as lava from the ocean entry could be viewed from a safe vantage point. The ocean entries were extremely active and multiple breakouts were witnessed as they broke out from the lava bench. The lava just kept on flowing even though the ocean continuously pummeled it. Lava was sometimes seen flying into the air, which was even more spectacular as night fell. A nice surface flow broke out on the lava bench area. This flow was very active and flowed over the side of the bench and into the ocean. Everyone had a great time on tour last night. Aloha and A Hui Hou!
Aloha! The ocean entry is continuing to be active, while surface flows have stalled out. The ocean entry has picked up in activity and the lava bench is growing larger each day. There are still three main entry points, two of which are outside of the Hawaii Volcanos National Park boundary. The weather is great and makes for beautiful nights. Guests are pleased to see creation right in front of their own eyes as lava continues to pour into the Pacific Ocean. Till next time, Aloha!
Aloha gang! The activity has not changed to much but continued to be very excellent for tours. No surface at this time. The ocean entry had picked up from the previous night. Lava had continued to enter the ocean in two distinct entry points. The most eastern entry point was the most active and a the easiest entry point to view. All of our guests were very happy. Activity will be picking up in the next couple days. We will be monitoring the activity everyday to insure our guests to have a great experience. Stay tuned to more updates. ALOHA!