Hawaii is Still Safe to Visit Despite the Kilauea Volcano Eruption

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Despite the Kilauea volcano eruption but Hawaii is still safe to visit.

Despite days of eruption from Kilauea volcano, the Hawaii Tourism Authority insists there is “no reason at this time for travelers to change or alter their leisure or business plans.”

All flights to and from Kona Airport are operating as usual. Hotels remain open. Businesses and schools have reopened. Limited sections of Volcanoes National Park reopened last week following a two-day closure (best to check daily alerts as to operating status).

Please Note: Kilauea Military Camp located in the Volcanoes National Park is closed until further notice due to the possibility of an explosive steam vent and ash fall.

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