The more dangerous the more beautiful | Did you know these classic volcano resorts?

Starting from the 14th of this month, a volcanic eruption occurred in the waters of Tonga, a South Pacific island country known as the “Friendly Islands”. The volcanic ash reached 2.2 Mount Everest, releasing energy equivalent to 1,000 Hiroshima atomic bombs. Alaska, USA.

As one of the strongest volcanic eruptions in the world in 30 years, the Tonga volcano has attracted much attention from the outside world. What does the eruption of a volcano look like? Please see the picture below~

Tonga Volcano: Satellite Images Show Before and After the Eruption, Tsunami  - Bloomberg

Is it breathtaking? But it is almost impossible to witness such a spectacular natural phenomenon with one’s own eyes and ensure 100% safety.

It is both a deadly monster and a beautiful scenery. This is the volcano, a beautiful and dangerous being that is both avoidable and sought-after.

Volcanic eruptions not only bring danger to human beings, but also endow us with many gifts from nature. Many volcanic regions around the world are well-known and fascinating tourist destinations.

Japan · Mount Fuji

47,973 Mt. Fuji Stock Photos, Pictures & Royalty-Free Images - iStock

Japan’s volcanoes are gentle and graceful, with cherry blossoms in spring and clear sky in summer, red leaves in autumn and snow in winter.

Mount Fuji is the symbol of the Japanese nation. This active volcano, which is covered with snow all year round, attracts many tourists every year. One of the reasons is of course that it is famous enough, but the most important reason is that its scenery is really beautiful, and there are different seasons throughout the year. The scenery, see what you can encounter!

China · Changbai Mountain Tianchi Volcano

Was the water in the Changbai Mountain Tianchi "boiled"?The thunder  detonated the lake, has the volcano at the bottom of the lake awakened? -  iNEWS

Changbai Mountain is also a famous dormant volcano with Tianchi, the highest volcanic lake in the world. This beautiful mountain body decorated with volcanic lava is like a piece of white jade embedded in the land of Kanto, retaining the legend of man and nature.

Tianchi is located at the top of the volcanic cone of the main peak of Changbai Mountain. It is the most complete Cenozoic multi-causal compound volcano in my country. The Tianchi volcano eruption from 1199 to 1201 was the largest eruption event in the world in the past 2,000 years. to the Sea of ​​Japan and northern Japan.

From the three scenic spots of the north, west and south slopes of Changbai Mountain, you can see Tianchi, but the angles are slightly different. In winter, Tianchi will freeze, and the weather turns warm in early July. The blue water of Tianchi is clear and blooming with different brilliance. It is quiet and clear like jasper, giving people a mysterious and unpredictable feeling.

United States Yellowstone Volcano

What would happen if the Yellowstone supervolcano actually erupted? - Vox

Remember the Yellowstone Park in the United States in the movie “2012”? Why does the selection of the end of the world in the film start from Yellowstone Park? Because Yellowstone Park itself has the world’s super volcano.

Yellowstone National Park is the world’s first largest national park and one of the largest volcanic craters in the world. It has one of the largest forests in the world. The forests in the park account for about 90% of the total forest area in the United States.

The distinguishing features that initially attracted interest and made Yellowstone a national park were the geothermal phenomenon, which is home to more geysers and hot springs than anywhere else in the world, the colorful Yellowstone River Grand Canyon, fossil forests, and Yellowstone Lake.

The world’s largest superactive volcano has entered a red alert state, and it may erupt at any time even without external forces (referring to solar activity and artificial drilling).

Hawaii Big Island

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Hawaii currently has three active volcanoes, all located on the Big Island, and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island is one of the few places in the world where visitors can get up close and personal with an active volcano.

The entire park is composed of countless craters and lava. During the day, you can see the whole view of the crater, and at night, you can see the churning magma and the endless flames in the crater. If you are lucky, you can also see the magnificent scene of magma pouring into the sea at Holei Sea Arch.

Italy Sicily

Sicily - WorldAtlas

Mount Etna, the highest, largest and most dangerous active volcano in Europe, stands in the east of Sicily, Italy. The summit is almost always smoky, and walking in Etna’s crater seems to hear its breath and feel its pulse. And if you’re lucky, you might see a volcanic eruption, sending rocks, dust, and smoke into the air.

Philippines Mayon Volcano

Mayon - Wikipedia

Mayon Volcano is an active volcano located in the southeastern part of Luzon Island in the Philippines. Its almost perfect cone-shaped mountain is known as “the most perfect cone”. It is the most complete volcano in the world, and Japan’s Mount Fuji is second only to it.

Several recent eruptions are on the verge of eruption. Although the Philippine government has evacuated nearby residents, it has attracted many volcano enthusiasts and photography enthusiasts who want to see the perfect volcanic eruption.

Indonesia East Java

Mount Bromo : East Java Tourist Destination Reviews @ Indonesia


Indonesia’s volcanoes are huge and shocking. The majestic sea of ​​clouds and gorgeous light and shadow set off the forbidding landscape, as if you are at the end of the world.

Indonesia’s Java island is nearly volcanic, and the world’s most densely populated island is still under 45 active volcanoes. The most famous volcanic peak is Mount Bromo, which is reached by climbing 253 stone steps, where visitors can overlook the steaming interior of the volcano and enjoy panoramic views of other volcanic peaks.

“The blacksmiths of the gods lit the furnace, and the red flames scorched the world.” The breathtaking scenery brought by the volcanic eruption has attracted more and more tourists to explore.

Currently, there are more than 1,500 active volcanoes in 81 countries around the world. According to the National Geographic magazine of the United States, in the past few years, with the help of social media, the popularity of active volcano tourism projects has continued to rise. Depending on the location, visitors can view the volcano from a distance by boat, fly over the crater by helicopter, or even “surf” the slopes of the volcano.

Volcano Tips

According to their active nature, volcanoes are divided into three types: active volcanoes, dormant volcanoes and extinct volcanoes.

Active volcanoes: Active volcanoes, including those that are still erupting frequently and those that have not erupted for a long time, but have erupted in human history.

Dormant volcano: a volcano that has not erupted for a long time, but will erupt in the future. It is difficult to draw a clear distinction between it and an active volcano.

Dead volcano: a volcano that has no activity, and some still retain the unique form of a volcano, but there is neither record of eruption nor activity in history.