Volcanoes National Park is one of the most famous spots on Hawaii’s Big Island, so named for being almost twice the size of the other islands. At the very heart of the park is Kīlauea, which is the most active volcano in the world, as well as Mauna Loa volcano, each drawing thousands of visitors from around the world every year. There are so many incredible natural phenomena to explore on this island, with Crater Rim Drive coasting over steam vents, Thurston Lava Tube, and Chain of Craters Road leading you directly over lava, the excitement never ends! The best way to explore is on foot, with an incredible number of hiking trails of varying difficulty at hand to lead you to the wildest corners of this volcanic paradise. Without further ado, here are Glamping Hub’s picks for amazing surf accommodations near Volcanoes National Park!