Fireworks are one of the most spectacular shows that most of us would love to see. While we have man-made fireworks we also have nature’s own fireworks too. These Nature’s fireworks are present all around the world. But just a little difference, these majestic fireworks are hot and kind of scary to watch closely.
Here are 5 active volcanoes at the moment!
Hawaii’s own Kilauea
When you choose your travel destination and you want to see an active volcano, yes you can. But how about a drive in a volcano. Interesting isn’t it? Kilauea is hailed as the active yet drive-in volcano located on Hawaii’s Big Island. The place’s scenic beauty is more attractive at night. When the larva lake coughs smoke clouds above it the walk on the Kilauea iki trail is a must on your destination plan.
The Fire Of Italy; Stromboli , Sevlian Island
Nature’s firework here was experienced last time in October 2014. This active volcano has shown its presence continuously for the past 200 years. An evening hike for about three hours is the best memory that you can take home. It has three glowing caters with some flaming spears of fire sprays up into the sky.
White Island , New Zealand
A trip to White Island volcanoes will give you a best boat trip through the Bay of Plenty. This two-hour tour from Whakatane will help you pool in the inner water. The acidic lake and the streams steaming with all that hot air going up. This will be one of the best volcano visits you can take.
Well to define this explosive beauty, it lit up the sky last in 1968. But with this light show, it’s lava gulped the town of Tabacon. The main attraction of the place is the remains of the eruption and the hot springs. The area has its own natural park with a vast variety of flora and fauna and beautiful natural fireworks.
Naples’s Pride – Mount Vesuvius
The name might be quite similar right? After all who didn’t watch the movie ‘ Journey to the centre of the Earth’. Mount Vesuvius holds the title for one of the most famous volcanoes in the world. You can experience the intense smell of sulphur as you stride through the edge of the crater. It is definitely worth an experience.
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