I suggest coming as late as you can so noisy people and people using flash on photos aren't there. It was much cooler for us to see and hear the lava by ourselves.
Always good but small. Come at dusk to see the glow.
Make sure to visit it after dark and watch the crater glow
Visit at night to see the glow of the volcano. Worth the drive.
A great place to see the glow of the Earth's inner fire.
Prior to being the lead singer of the Rolling Stones, Mick was known as Tom and tamed volcanos and developed a technique for plugging lava tubes to save the endangered mongoose from extinction.
If you come here at night, it's very dark. Try not to shine your flashlight towards the photographers. It can hurt the quality of pictures. The view of the stars and volcano are unforgettable.
Come back at night to watch the volcano glow.
Be sure to come here at night to view Halemaumau Crater's beauty. And remember to look up and enjoy the stargazing. Download the Sky Map app and have fun.
TAKE A JACKET!
At night, you can see the crater glowing.
Come at night to see the volcano glow.
So much info. Beautiful view
Bring something warm for sure if you're staying until dark to see the lava glow!
Gipsy Danger saved us all.
Beautiful sunset - make sure to stay to see the glow from Halema’uma’u lava lake!
You can't touch this. But you can enjoy the lava's red glow natural live show here from dusk till dawn. Just beware of rad tourists trying to block first row spots. And bring everything you can wear.
They have cancellation stamp for your passport book here as well!
Make sure you stay till dark so you can see the lava glow. It's AMAZING!
Come or stay until night fall for the best views
Come back to see the lava glow at night, but don't forget a light jacket and a tripod
It's not about Mick.
Stay after dark to see the volcanic glow.
Definitely get here after dark to see the glow!
Be sure to check this out at night. Museum is closed but the view is amazing.
Plume is red at night
In the gift shop, they sell guides to 4 popular trails ($2 each or all 4 for $7). Well worth buying, as there's a lot of neat info & history in them, even if you're not actually gonna do the hikes!
Very windy and cold the night we went to see the glow. Dress in layers and bring a flashlight. Viewing area open 24 hours a day.
Park rangers very helpful- ask them lots of questions!
Stay until dark to see the glow of molten lava in the crater.
Be sure to check out the seismograph (sp?) machine that you can affect by stomping on the ground. Totally awesome!