Active Volcanoes are the perfect places for any thrill-seekers. The unfamiliar ground and uncouth danger are like a game of gambling. However, can we visit there? If you are thinking the same, the answer is yes. From the most active volcanoes to the ones resting, there are many around the world open for tourists.

Here are some of the Active Volcanoes around the World you can visit:

1. Kilauea, Hawaii

This Hawaiian Volcano, Kilauea, is well-known as the most active Volcanoes in the world in this era. Neighboring the largest Volcano, Mauna Loa, this island in the Hawai is a popular tourist spot.

Although the Kilauea still continues to erupt, the volcano does not explode. So it is safe for travelers to visit there. The deep crimson lava gliding through the mountain looks fascinating. 

2. Mount Aso, Japan

Mount Aso, by far, is the most active volcano in Japan. Cradled in Aso Kujū national park on the southern island of Kyushu, this volcano has one of the largest calderas in the world. 

This beautiful mountain of Japan offers a beautiful landscape for visitors. Take a bus from Kumamoto to reach Mount Aso. Explore the volcanic landscapes. If you have time,  visit the volcano museum, visitor center, cafes, and local shops.

3. Mount Nyiragongo, Congo

Located at the Virunga National Park in the Republic of the Congo, Mount Nyiragongo is famous for its catastrophic eruptions. The voluminous lava lake inside its prime crater is the largest one in the world. 

Mount Nyiragongo first started erupting in the year of 1882. Since then, there have been several mishaps. The volcano opened for tourism in 2014. It is the perfect place for trekking and hiking.

4. Mount Vesuvius, Italy

Nestled on the Gulf of Naples in Campania, Mount Vesuvius is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. Although the last eruption was in 1944, it can go wild in a jiff. 

Over the years, Mount Vesuvius has become a popular tourist spot for adventure lovers. Hiking through the steep walls is a little challenging. However, once you reach the top, it is worth the effort.

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5. Mount Etna, Italy

The 10,990-foot-tall Mount Etna on the eastern coast of Sicily is one of the tallest active volcanoes in Europe. Regardless of the constant volcanic activity, it is a free-roaming ground for tourists. 

The history of Mount Etna goes back to 1,500 BC. The volcanic land is fertile and ideal for vineyards and orchards. If you visit Mount Etna, you will get to see the beautiful landscapes. 

6. Arenal, Costa Rica

Just a three-hour drive from the capital of Costa Rica, San José, Arenal, is like a femme fatale. Although it is beautiful, you never know when it might explode. In 1968 it erupted unexpectedly, destroying the small town of Tabacon. 

Nonetheless, Arenal is open to travelers. You can visit the Arenal National Park without a guide. However, look for a guide if you want to try river rafting, canyoning, ziplining, or hiking.

7. Mount Pinatubo, Philippines

The disaster of the second-largest eruption of the 20th century is not something to forget easily. The explosion in 1991 killed more than 250 people as well as damaged the infrastructure. And the volcano behind that incident is Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines.  

Mount Pinatubo has now become a booming tourist spot for wanderers. You can take a Jeep to visit the volcano, then hike to Lake Pinatubo. The turquoise blue water looks stunning, although you cannot swim here.

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8. Piton de la Fournaise, Indian Ocean

Piton de la Fournaise is ranked as one of the most active volcanoes in the world. This volcano at the Réunion island in the Indian Ocean is as famous as the Kilauea. 

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a treat for hikers and thrill-seekers. The lunar landscapes, craters, and hardened lava will enchant you. But you will not get access to the active caldera.

9. Eyjafjallajökull Volcano, Iceland

The dark crimson red lava on the pearl white snow makes Eyjafjallajökull volcano unique. Eyjafjallajökull, in short E15, is one of the small ice caps of Iceland. 

Photo by Ása Steinarsdóttir on Unsplash

In 2010, the volcano made an enormous eruption as the melted glacial water flooded into it. Although it is not easy to get to the location, E15 is a popular tourist spot. If you are a sports person, you can try hiking and camping.

10. Mount Bromo, Indonesia

Located in the East Java, Indonesia, Mount Bromo is an active Somma volcano. At 2,329 meters from the ground, this volcano is famous for its magnificent sunrise.

Last erupted in 2016, Mount Bromo is now open for tourists. You can book a tourist agency beforehand and enjoy your journey.

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