Mauna Loa and Kilauea Volcano Tour
Mauna Loa and Kilauea Volcano Tour

Mauna Loa and Kilauea Volcano Tour: Enjoy The Real Thrill!

Can you imagine touring the world’s largest active volcano? It must be challenging your nerve, right? Take Mauna Loa and Kilauea Volcano Tour to get some wonderful experience. Located in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii, these two volcanoes are especially attractive. Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Meanwhile, Mauna Loa is the world’s biggest volcanoes. Together, these two volcanoes provide you with an experience of visiting the world’s most active and largest volcanoes!

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Mayon Volcano Tour
Mayon Volcano Tour

Mayon Volcano Tour Brings You to the Postcard-Grade Landscape

Mayon Volcano represents a perfect shape of a mountain. Imagine when you kids draw the sketch of a mountain. It will most likely look like Mayon Volcano, Albay, Philippines. The mountain is really symmetric. Mayon is the most active volcano in the Philippines. The last time it erupted was last year, when it splurged lava to the heights of up to 500 meters. Taking Mayon Volcano Tour, you will see a perfect mountain just like your imagination.

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Kelimutu Volcano Tour
Kelimutu Volcano Tour

Kelimutu Volcano Tour: Visit The Wonderful 3-Colored Twin Lakes

Flores Island, Indonesia, has a wonderful volcano, namely Kelimutu. Its last eruption was in 1968, but the volcano is still active. Unlike other volcanoes, which are spitting fires and brimstone, Kelimutu has two beautifully colored lakes. The lakes are especially interesting as the glacial color may change from green, to black, or muddy red, depending upon the volcanic activities.

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Iceland Volcano Tour
Iceland Volcano Tour

Iceland Volcano Tour: How to Explore Eyjafjallajökull

Due to its formation history and so many active volcanoes in the tiny island, Iceland is known as Land of Ice and Fire. Therefore, do not call yourself a volcano tourist before visiting Iceland, particularly Eyjafjallajökull in Suðurland. Actually, it is not a stand-alone volcano. Therefore, a visit to Eyjafjallajökull can be a part of Iceland Volcano Tour.

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