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!
Aloha everyone! Our guided Lava tours was successful. The ocean entry continued to produce a show for our guests. There was no surface flows but the ocean entry was spectacular. Fluctuations at the summit remained steady over the past couple days. No significant changes that would increase or decrease the actual activity at this time. The tilt meter below calculates the amount of LAVA being filled into the LAVA reservoir below Kilauea volcano. These calculations would indicate the increase of activity and decrease of activity. Please feel free to go ahead and check out the Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory for any define updates on the volcano daily.
We at Kalapana Cultural Tours have lost a loved one. Mr. Wayne Bidal played a big part in our success and also an awesome friend. We will dedicate all of our future endeavors to this special man. We love you WAYNE BIDAL. Until we meet again. ALOHA!
Aloha gang! Lava Activity is at a minimum at this time. Lava continued to enter the ocean. There are two distinct entry points at this time and both entry points are outside of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The most active out of the two is the most eastern entry point, which is closest to our launching point. The ocean entry has been steady. Lava viewing was incredible for our guests and everyone was pleased.
Major fluctuations was recorded at Pu’u O’o vent. This huge deflation and inflation event must be a sign of increased activity on the coastal plains. These fluctuations and events are heavily monitored by our Kalapana Cultural Tours staff. More updates are still to come. Come and join us. Mahalo!
Aloha again everyone! The ocean entry has picked up in activity, but still no surface flows in that area. The Lava bench or Delta continues to grow every day and will collapse as it grows too large to handle it’s own weight. The Kahaualea flows are still burning the Kahaualea Natural Area Reserve. There are two different flows heading in similar directions, and both are very active. Activity at the ocean entry is still great and guests are very happy. Till next time, Aloha!
Aloha everyone! No surface flows but the ocean entry was awesome. Lava continued to flow into the ocean on the most eastern part of the flow field. No huge changes on the coastal plains but at the summit of Kilauea, huge fluctuations was recorded in the last week. The Lava lake had rise and fall dramatically. Ground tilt has played a big factor in the Lava situation. Lava continued to occupy the tube system at this. There was a noticeable fluctuation with the tilt meter in the past 24 hours. This event could be because of massive amount of Lava being distributed back to system or a blockage has been created in the tube system and it just have been cleared. All of these scenarios could have taken place. Surface flows will be visible soon. Come and join us at Kalapana Cultural Tours. Mahalo!
Aloha! Activity at the ocean entry has picked up and there is a possibility that surface flows may break out some time tonight. The inflation from yesterday may cause lava in the tube system to start flowing once again and may cause a breakout at the ocean entry and/or somewhere along the tube system. The increased activity was awesome and our guests were happy with what they saw. The Kahaualea flow is still flowing and continues to burn the Kahaualea Natural Area Reserve. Until next time, Aloha!
Aloha again! We just want to say to all of our readers Happy Fourth Of July.Today was awesome. No surface activity but still what an awesome evening it was. Lava activity rose higher for our lava tours tonight. The ocean entry started to pick up and created some fireworks for our lava tour guests. Again, all of our guests were extremely happy. The most eastern entry point was the most active out of two entry points east of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park boundary. There is no flowing Lava in the national park at this time. This eastern ocean entry was the most easiest viewing point. We are anticipating activity to rise in the next week. So come and join us. Aloha!
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Aloha everyone! Activity has been picking up due to increase of activity at the summit. Inflation had occurred at both summits of Kilauea. Halemaumau crater had recorded inflation and also at Pu’u O’o crater. These recordings could be viewed on the Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory website. This means more lava entering the use system at this time.
Last night our guests were happy. Lava continued to enter the ocean at this time. Our guides have reported that the ocean entry was elevated last night. The ocean entry was more active then the past days. As for surface flows, our first group led by Andrew went 2 miles above the ocean entry to a surface flow which had been flowing for a few days. (Ocean entry and Surface flows) Because it was so far from each other, the lava viewing was either or. Our guests were so happy for the turnout. Come and join us now while the lava is flowing. Aloha!
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Aloha! Lava is still flowing into the ocean and can be seen from a safe vantage point, while surface flows have stalled in the vicinity of the ocean entry. The Big Island is continuing to grow as lava enters the ocean. The stalled activity is due to the surface flows that have broken out near the base of the Pali and the Kahaualea flows which are currently burning the Kahaualea Natural Area Reserve. Despite these surface breakouts, the ocean entry continues to be active and is amazing. Aloha and A Hui Hou!