The Big Island of Hawaii is home to five volcanoes, and two of them — Mauna Loa and Kilauea — are protected by Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Although still active, the pair generally have non-violent eruptions, with the former last erupting in 1984 and the latter currently erupting, which it has been doing since 1983. Although it might sound dangerous, park visitors can actually get surprisingly close to the action, but are urged to use caution, stay on marked trails, and not hike after dark (all of which would be a bit too crazy). For a saner alternative, visitors can enjoy views from the Jaggar Museum’s enclosed room overlooking the Kilauea Caldera or witness active lava flows while taking a drive (if the conditions permit) along the Chain of Craters. Eyes on the road, though!