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Patricia Erfurt, an independent volcano researcher who runs a consultancy called Geotourism Australia, says a blanket ban is not the answer. She says: “Accidents can always happen and volcano tourism can only be as safe as the people in charge of this tourism sector are prepared to make it.” Ways to visit volcanoes and still stay safe.
A photograph of an erupting volcano flashing a bolt of lightning awarded Sergio Tapiro Velasco the prestigious title of 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year.
Drew Pulley has directed and produced documentary content for National Geographic in over 30 countries across the globe. He’s crawled through caves on Easter Island, camped out in polar bear country, explored ancient temples and secret government facilities, tracked a pride of lions on foot, hovered over an erupting Russian volcano, galloped with the gauchos in Patagonia, repelled into caves.
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Create an eruption with National Geographic’s exciting Volcano Science Kit. Your child will get to cast their own volcano (plaster and mold included), paint it (paint and brush provided), and then make it erupt (includes eruption powder)! This is a great family activity and provides hours of fun for all ages. Learn about tectonic plates, earthquakes, volcano formation, and volcanic rocks.