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Because of this process, the islands are in a diagonal line, northwest to southeast, from oldest to youngest.
Starting the hike through the Kilauea Iki crater. The hike starts in a rain forest and goes down through the center of the crater bottom, over lava and past steam vents.
The view into the Kilauea Iki crater from the top:
Getting to the bottom and starting out across the crater:
Panoramic view of the Kilauea Iki crater from the bottom:
Hiking through a lava tube. It's really dark in there when you turn off your flashlights.
This is a panoramic of Kilauea Caldera. A caldera is a huge crater. This one is next to the smaller Kilauea Iki crater, which we hiked through. The Kilauea Caldera also contains another larger crater inside of it, the Halema'uma'u crater. (the close up of Halema'uma'u is the first photo of this blog post).