The Big Island of Hawaii
Kilauea is a volcano located in Hawaii, on the Big Island.
It is on the Big Island of Hawaii,
The Big Island of Hawaii.
The Kilauea volcano is located on the island of Hawaii, about 30 miles southwest of Hilo. It is surrounded by the Volcanoes National Park.
Kilauea is an active shield volcano located in Hawaii on the Big Island.
Kilauea is located in the United States of America, in Hawaii, on the Big Island.
Kilauea is located on the main island of Hawaii, which is part of the United States.
Southwest part of the island of Hawaii (known as the Big Island)
The volcano Kilauea is a Shield Volcano and is located on the Big Island of Hawaii
Mount Kilauea is on the Big Island of Hawaii, and is not on any continent at all.
The location of the 5 major volcanoes in the state of Hawaii:Loihi - island of HawaiiKilauea - island of HawaiiMauna Loa - island of HawaiiHualalai - island of HawaiiHaleakala - island of Maui
There is a small Hawaiian tow called Kilauea, located on the island of Kauai. However, the more famous Kilauea is the active volcano that makes up a portion of the island of Hawaii (the "Big Island").
Kilauea is located on the island of Hawai'i.
The Islands of Hawaii.
America mount kilauea is in Hawaii on the big island
Kilauea is on the eastern side of Hawaii, the largest Hawaiian Island.
Not on a continent- it is on the island of Hawaii.
The Kilauea volcano is located in the state of Hawaii in the United States of America.
In the beautiful islands of Hawaii.
Kilauea makers up part of Hawaii (the big island).
Kilauea is in the state of Hawaii, which is part of the United States.
Kilauea is the most active volcano in the world and is on The Big Island (Hawaii).
The nearest town to Kilauea Volcano (not "Mount" Kilauea) is Volcano, Hawaii, which lies just outside the Volcanoes National Park on the island of Hawaii.
The islands are located on the Pacific tectonic plate. Two currently active volcanoes are located on the Big Island, Kilauea, and Mauna Loa. Historical eruptions in Hawaii have occurred at Kilauea. Mauna Loa, Loihi, Hualalai, Haleakala, and two unnamed undersea locations.