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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
After being closed for 134 days, most of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park reopened on Sept. 22, marking a miraculous comeback from months of eruptions, seismic activity and lava flows at Kilauea. And although the visitor center, which is the first building you see when you enter the park, looks nearly the same as it did before the closure, some of the park’s other attractions have changed in significant ways. There is no more active lava in the park. The lava lake in Halemaumau Crater, a popular site for visitors and locals, has completely drained, and its distinctive orange-glow is no more. However, Halemaumau itself is still worth seeing as it has grown dramatically after numerous collapses on its crater walls. To get a front-row seat of the crater, visit the Volcano House, which is open to visitors for its views and gift shops. If you are looking to travel to Hawaii it is an amazing destination all year round but November to January are exceptionally great months to travel.