We can find many natural beauty in our lives, but the landscape caused by the slow crustal movement is not so common. Even hardcore donkey friends have not seen the natural wonders of volcanic eruptions.
Volcano, a vocabulary of violence and tenderness. Rage proves the infinite power of the earth’s core, but tenderness shows the essence and aura of nature. Whether it is an active volcano smoky or a dormant volcano under the snow, the strange landscape shown by its internal movement has always been the most fascinating in the world.
Here are 12 volcanoes worth watching in the world. You must watch volcanoes once in your life.
Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica
Although Arenal Volcano is still dormant, the region’s abundant hot spring resources have illustrated the active movement inside the volcano.
Poas Volcano，Costa Rica
The smoky Boaz volcano is indeed impressive, but even more attractive is the yellow-green squirrel unique to the area.
Mount Krakatau, Indonesia
Initially, only a small part of the Krakatau volcano emerged from the sea. After several volcanic eruptions, the Krakatau volcanic island is formed today.
Mount Bromo, Indonesia
If you come to participate in traditional local festivals in Java, you can find that locals have put tribute into Mount Bromo, a custom that has continued from the 15th century to the present day.
Parinacota Volcano ， The border between Chile and Bolivia
Located in the Parinacota volcano in Rauca National Park, there are many wild animals including alpaca, puma and so on.
Fournes Volcano，Reunion Island, France
Furnas is also known as the “Furnace Peak” and has been active. Visitors can enjoy the spectacular view from the air by helicopter.
The active Stromboli volcano has attracted many geologists to study here.
USA-Washington, Mount Rainier
Mount Rainier is indeed beautiful, but at the same time there are hidden dangers of volcanic eruption once every 10 years, and it is widely regarded as the most potentially destructive active volcano in the world.
USA-Hawaii, Kilauea Volcano
Kilauea Volcano is the world’s largest active volcanic body, known as the “Goddess of Hawaii Volcano”.
Russia-Kamchatka, Kryuchevsk volcano
The Kryuchevsk volcano is the highest active volcano in Asia. It first erupted in 1697 and the most recent in 2011.
Mount Fuji, Japan
Mount Fuji is an active volcano that spans between Shizuoka Prefecture and Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. At an altitude of 3776.24 meters, it is the highest peak in Japan. Mount Fuji, as a symbol of Japan, is widely known throughout the world. Mount Fuji has never erupted since the 18th century.
New Zealand-North Island, Mount Egmont
Although it is called “Egmont” in New Zealand, “Taranaki” is its real name. It is very similar to Mount Fuji and appeared in the movie “The Last Samurai”.