Category: Volcanoes

Villarica

The volcano at Villarrica in Chile is a very picturesque conical volcano in the Southern volcanic zone of the Andes. Tanno and Iguda have made their first stop around the Pacific ‘Ring of Fire’, along the Andes Mountains at a…

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Iceland

Iceland the land of fire and ice, is probably the most famous volcano destination. Iceland sits on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, and also sits on top of the Iceland hot spot, a plume of heated mantle that means there is more…

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Erebus

The cold continent of Antarctica is surprisingly home to active volcanoes and one of the driest deserts on the planet. Here Tanno and Iguda’s volcano expedition touches the very bottom of the earth to see Mt Erebus. Erebus is a…

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Sarychev

Russia has a surprising amount of volcanoes, and one of the most spectacular eruption images comes from a volcano called Sarychev on the the northwestern end of the island of Matua, in the Kuril Island chain. The Kuril Islands range…

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Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands form a chain of volcanic islands that range from Hawaii (the Big Island) in the east, to Niʻihau in the west. They’re found in the middle of the pacific plate. If you could drain the sea away,…

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Pinatubo

The Pinatubo eruption of 1991 was one of the largest eruptions the world had seen for some 100 years. Mount Pinatubo is located on the northern Island of Luzon in the Philippines. It is an active stratovolcano in the Zambales…

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Fuji

Mt Fuji is Japans highest mountain and an active volcano that last erupted in 1707. It is surrounded by five lakes: Lake Kawaguchi, Lake Yamanaka, Lake Sai, Lake Motosu and Lake Shōji. Image Credit: Reflection of Mount Fuji in Lake…

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