Hawaii Volcanoes National park is located in the Big Island, Hawaii. The national park has the active volcanism as well as the biological diversity side by side with the Hawaiian culture. The national park is located for about 45 minutes or 30 miles from Hilo, and 96 miles or 2 ½ hours of distance from Kailua-Kona.
This Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is open for 24 hours every day. There are several rates of entrance fee available here. Visitors with vehicles are permitted to go inside of the park for seven days by paying $10.00 per vehicle. Visitors who are bicyclists or pedestrians are charged for $5.00 for seven days. The national park is also offering an annual tri-park pass that will allow visitors to visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and other two national parks in Hawaii for all year round from the first time the pass being used. This annual tri-park pass can be purchased for $25.00.
Visitors who wish to be able to visit Hawaii Volcanoes national Park are able to visit the national park in all year round. The weather in this national park is steady although that it may be varied for every day. It is unpredictable in all the time. Visitors are recommended to prepare for rain that may come at any time. The temperature of the summit may reach 12 to 15 degrees cooler than the coastal area that often hot and also windy and of course rain will be very possible to come by.