The ire of Mount Kilauea reforges the world before visitors' eyes. Nicknamed "the world's only drive-in volcano," it’s produced serious lava every day since 1983 with no signs of stopping. Pele—the fire goddess who lives here, according to Hawaiian lore—is on a roll. Occasionally, like in summer 2016, the lava flows spill into the sea, making the Big Island even bigger and releasing stunning plumes of steam. Don't miss the petroglyphs, lava tube and 241 kilometers (150 miles) of trails at the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park.