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Mount Kilauea Volcano - Hawaii Travel Advice

Added 21st May 2018 - Updated 21st May 2018 - Current 10th November 2019

We continue to monitor the activity of volcano Mount Kilauea in Hawaii. 

The volcano, which is located on the on The Big Island (officially named Hawaii), the largest and the south eastern most of the Hawaiian Islands.

There is continuous volcanic activity on Hawaii's Big Island. Travellers in the area should monitor local media reports and follow the advise of local authorities, including any evacuation orders.

Please re-confirm your flight with your airline directly. Most airlines will have information available on their website. If you cannot find any information we advise you to call your airline or contact them via their social media platforms.

You should follow any advice or instruction issued by the local authorities and the travel advice of your local Government: 


New Zealand


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STA Travel are monitoring this situation and updates will be added to this Travel Advice page.

Anyone with concerns about travel in this area should contact their Booking Store for advice.


There has been volcanic eruption on Hawaii’s Big Island and some local residents have been evacuated. 

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