The world’s most impressive volcanoes

The world's most impressive volcanoes

There are many interesting volcanoes in the world, some active and some extinct.

Mount Fuji – Japan

Mount Fuji in Japan

Mount Fuji, a Japanese volcano, is one of the mountains that attract the most tourists and is still active. It has a length of 3,776 meters (12,389.2 ft). The cone is symmetrical. The snow covers the mountain over the winter, which creates a beautiful landscape or sight. The ideal months for mountain climbing are July and August.

Maelifell Volcano – Iceland

Maelifell Volcano in Iceland

Maelifell Volcano; It is in Iceland, on the edge of the Myrdalsjökull Glacier. The surface of the volcano is green, and the cone is covered with a perfect moss. It looks like an unspoiled spot to visit. Also, its surroundings consist of black soil. There are many thermal springs around it that are very beneficial for health. The ideal month to visit the region is June.

Mount Etna – Italy

Mount Etna in Italy

Mount Etna, located in Sicily, Italy, is another stunning volcano in the world. It is the longest (3,326 m – 10,912 ft) in Europe and the most popular. According to mythology, the mythological god houses Hephaestus and the one-eyed monster Cyclops.

Mount Kilimanjaro – Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania

Kilimanjaro is in Tanzania, Africa. With 5,895 meters (19,331 ft) it is known as the highest peak in Africa. It is the most visited mountain by many tourists because it is the easiest to climb and you will definitely see mountaineers and hikers during your tour. The country’s best Mount Kilimanjaro tour operators can even arrange climbing tours to the Kilimanjaro peak.

Mayon Volcano – Philippines

Mayon Volcano in the Philippines

Mayon volcano in the Philippines has very steep slopes and this volcano is still active, so everyone in the area should be prepared for any time it will erupt. Five climbers died during the explosion in May 2013.

Mount Bromo – Indonesia

Mount Bromo in Indonesia

Mount Bromo is in Indonesia and is quite active. When you visit the mountain, you may feel that you are on a different planet. It constantly smokes smoke and most travel companies serve tourists to make your travel easier. During the Hindu festival in August, you can enjoy horse riding on the slopes of the mountain. These are the best months to go there between August and April-October due to the low flood and flood risk.

Mount st. Helens – USA

Mount St. Helens in the USA

One of the stunning volcanoes of the world. Mount Helens is in Washington, USA. The last explosion took place in 1980, which led to numerous deaths and destructions at the cone summit. This mountain has become the most preferred place for tourists in the USA. Mount Helen has important viewing points during helicopter tours. November and May are the best months to visit due to dry and hot weather.

Arenal Volcano – Costa Rica

Arenal Volcano in Costa Rica

It was in 1968 when the Arenal volcano in Costa Rica erupted and constantly poured ash and lava. There are many opportunities for tours and entertainment activities on the slopes of the volcano. It is not possible to love the long and symmetrical shape of the volcano’s impressive nature. Ideal for rafting, swimming, waterfall rappelling and cycling.

Popocatepetl Volcano – Mexico

Popocatepetl Volcano in Mexico

Popocatepetl is in Mexico. Since it is only 70 kilometers from the city, it is still active and very easy to access. Since walking is not safe, a one-day tour can be satisfying. December-March are the best months to climb the mountain and have a great experience.

Mauna Loa – USA

Mauna Loa in the USA

Located in Hawaii, the Mauna Loa is the largest volcano in the world. It is still active and is 4169m (13677 ft) high. No mountain other than Mauna Loa can let you experience volcanic power. Hawaii is famous for its beaches; however, the volcanic mountains attract many tourists every year.