An Update on Hawaii Tourism Following the Kilauea Volcanic Eruption
Following the Kilauea Volcanic eruption in early May on the Big Island, it’s understandable that anyone with summer plans to Hawaii might be hesitant to pack their bags. Safety is a top priority and with news of destroyed homes, increased lava flow, and air quality testing, it can be difficult to picture enjoying a relaxing vacation anywhere near the activity. With your concerns in mind, the SellMyTimeshareNow.com team is here to answer your most asked question: Is it safe to travel to Hawaii?
The Short Answer? Yes.
There’s no denying that many people have been affected by this natural phenomenon. There have been over 600 homes destroyed since the eruption with road closures, 12,000 small earthquakes occurring near the base of the volcano, lava fountains as high as 180 feet, and close examination by different scientists, meteorologists, and the State Department of Health.