In its most recent statement, the Hawaii Tourism Authority said "moderate-level" volcanic activity on a small portion of Hawaii Island continues to be monitored and it is no reason to cancel a Hawaii vacation. Here's the latest.
On Monday, Hawaii Governor David Ige again vouched to the traveling public that the Hawaiian Islands remain completely safe for tourism aside from a very small portion on Hawaii Island. Here's the latest on the travel situation.
A massive eruption occurred at the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii Island Thursday morning, resulting in a plume of ash that stretched roughly six miles high, according to a Reuters report. Here's the latest on the travel situation.
According to the US Geological Survey’s website, a red alert means, “Major volcanic eruption is imminent, underway, or suspected with hazardous activity both on the ground and in the air.” Here's the latest on the situation.